AJ Styles Reveals If He Wants To Join The Balor Club

During this past Monday night's episode of Raw, WWE stars and former Bullet Club members Finn Balor, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows confirmed that they've reunited as the Balor Club.

Of course, the only other former Bullet Club member that's currently with WWE is AJ Styles, but unfortunately he's on SmackDown Live and not Raw, so he's unable to join Balor, Anderson and Gallows and become a part of their new group.

Styles recently spoke with IGN and was asked about Anderson, Gallows and Balor coming back together and forming the Balor Club.

"It is what it is, I guess, as far as the way things are supposed to happen. Even though I had my own reunion with them shortly after I arrived, and its in the story, I'm not even with those guys right now. They're on RAW and I'm on SmackDown and I'm kind of doing my own thing by myself. But those three guys being together is something special because, truth be told, those were the three guys who were originally together."

Styles was then asked whether or not he can foresee himself joining the Balor Club.

"If I could look into the future or try to predict things. I'd like to think that maybe we can all be together doing something. At some point. But you never know where things are going to lead, but right now I'm very interested in what I'm seeing."

It would be great if Styles could join back up with the Anderson, Balor and Gallows, but unless WWE moves him from SmackDown to Raw, that's not happening.


There have been some reports of Balor making the move to SmackDown in order to face off against Styles prior to WrestleMania. That sounds interesting, but until that happens, we can only assume Balor is staying on Raw.

The best move for WWE would be for them to move Styles to Raw in order to rejoin his former Bullet Club stablemates and become a part of the Balor Club. First, we'll have to wait and see if the the company puts together some kind of story in order to make that happen.


During his time with the Bullet Club, Styles ended up becoming their third ever leader and was with the group from April of 2014 to January of 2016. Of course he had to leave the group after deciding to sign with WWE.

Comment below and tell us whether or not you think Styles will end up with Anderson, Gallows and Balor as a member of the Balor Club. Also should WWE move him to Raw in order to join up with his former Bullet Club members?

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