The Young Bucks Tell WWE to ‘Cease and Desist’ Following Bullet Club Reference


Earlier today, we noted WWE was hyping the Balor Club reunion on Raw last night with posts on social media, as well as with a Raw Fallout video which you can watch above.

One of the social media references made by WWE included the phrase “Bullet Club”, and it read as follows:

The boys are back in town! Monday Night #RAW saw the debut of the #BulletClub in the @WWE and it was #TooSweet! Who’s looking forward to seeing more of @FinnBalor, @KarlAndersonWWE & @LukeGallowsWWE?

WWE has since deleted the reference to the Bullet Club, and in response to the reference Bullet Club member and one half of The Young Bucks, Matt Jackson, Tweet a cease and desist crack, before quickly deleting the Tweet.

Jackson also included a plug for their t-shirt which plays off the cease and desist incident from several months back, when WWE officials sent a legal cease and desist letter to The Bucks, telling them to stop using the “too sweet” hand gesture made popular by the nWo, which is now WWE’s intellectual property. The Bucks have been inciting WWE for quite some time now, with incidents such as the now famous “Bullet Club” invasion during which members of The Club invaded Monday Night Raw back in September of 2017.

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