David Finlay

David Finlay, the newest member of the faction, has emerged as the new head of the Bullet Club

David joined the company after Jay White left since he is the son of WWE legend Fit Finlay. After suffering two consecutive defeats at the hands of Hikuleo and Eddie Kingston, The Switchblade recently parted ways with Bullet Club and New Japan Pro Wrestling. The most recent leader of BC, according to Finlay, recently advanced to the next round of the New Japan Cup.

”Look at me. My aptitude and potential. O-Khan is ineligible to fight with me, as you are aware. Who am I in terms of generations? The strongest and most talented wrestlers of each era gave birth to this masterpiece. To win a war, even the world’s strongest man requires support from the population. But regardless of how others feel, I’m the leader because we have all seen what a career without taking chances would look like, said Finlay. With the assistance of the faction, Finlay continued, he will advance.”

Jay White was defeated by Eddie Kingston in a “Loser Leaves NJPW” match at NJPW Battle in the Valley. After the game, White was ready to address the crowd when David Finlay attacked him. The two men have been acquainted for a long time. Gedo, White’s former manager and stablemate, joined him shortly after Finlay’s BC membership was made public. David and Juice Robinson were the previous IWGP Tag Team Champions.

Big E At WrestleMania 39

Robinson, coincidentally, is also a member of the BC and was brought on board by White. There have been rumours that WWE is considering bringing injured star Big E back to join partners Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods on the New Day at WrestleMania 39, which is less than 3 weeks away. The leader of the wildly popular group has not taken the squared circle since March 11th, 2022, due to a terrible neck injury he sustained while wrestling on Friday Night SmackDown.

According to Dave Meltzer’s report in the most recent Wrestling Observer Newsletter, business executives may order Big E to make his first WWE TV appearance since suffering a neck injury.” I don’t believe that this will result in anything, and I don’t believe that Kingston’s injury will change this.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.