Last night saw the Bullet Club implode at the New Japan Pro Wrestling G1 Special event in San Fransisco when Tama Tonga led a revolution.
Tama Tonga alongside his brother and tag team partner Tanga Loa, and their father King Haku (aka Meng) stormed the ring and laid waste to Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks, as well as Marty Scurll and Hangman Page to end the show.
Since then Tonga has made a comment via Twitter, simply posting an image of a revolution to his account, whilst Matt Jackson stated they are licking their wounds. Jackson noted that they are a family and will overcome it.
Licking our wounds. We’re a family. We will overcome this. #BulletClubElite
— The Young Bucks (@MattJackson13) July 8, 2018
— 'Bad Boy' Tama Tonga (@Tama_Tonga) July 8, 2018
Kurt Angle On Failure
WWE Raw GM, Kurt Angle shared an experience of his own failure on Instagram, talking about when he attempted to get into sportscasting following the Olympics but it didn’t work out. Angle added that whilst he failed, he is proud that he tried and encouraged people to do the same thing.
What did I do between my Olympic career and WWE career? I took on a sportscasting job in my hometown of Pittsburgh, Pa. I failed miserably at this job… but I was very proud that I at least tried. I had the balls to try something different, and I learned a lot from it. Don’t ever be afraid of failing. Sometimes you need to go outside of your comfort zone, to find out what your strengths and weaknesses are. When you do this, success will eventually come to you in so many different forms. #trytryagain #itstrue
RVD Addresses WWE Rumor
For a while now it has been believed that RVD could no longer compete in WWE due to being unable to complete a medical for the company, but the former ECW star has commented on that today, noting that he has never confirmed or denied that.
— Rob Van Dam (@TherealRVD) July 8, 2018