Sting vs. Undertaker News, WWE Tweets About Bullet Club, Strowman
One match that fans have been clamoring to see for decades now has been a match between The Undertaker and Sting. Both of these mysterious men have never competed together in a WWE ring, and although WWE had the chance to do the match in 2015, both men competed in different matches at WrestleMania 31. Now WWE has forced Sting into retirement, the match may never happen. When asked about it on Twitter recently, the Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer revealed that Sting still cannot get cleared to wrestle. Despite this, Meltzer said that Undertaker is the only opponent that Sting would want to wrestle if he ever did return to the ring.
The impression we have is that Sting probably can’t get cleared to wrestle. He’s already retired. I know that if he could wrestle,he would want that match. https://t.co/esXKrHqWbf
— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) January 2, 2018
For the first time since their days working together in Japan, original Bullet Club members Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, and Finn Bálor competed together as a team in a WWE ring.Bálor and his friends picked up a win over The Miztourage and “The Drifter” Elias, which promoted WWE’s official Facebook account for the UK to send out a tweet referencing the Bullet Club by name. The post has since been taken down by the account, and Matt Jackson of the Young Bucks even responded to the tweet with a clever reference to WWE preventing him from using expressions that they owned. There is no word on whether or not the team of Gallows, Anderson, and Bálor will continue to team up, but for one night, the Bullet Club did indeed reunite on WWE television.
Braun Strowman has been exciting fans on Raw over the past year with his nonstop path of destruction. He recently decimated Heath Slater and Rhyno several times on Raw from this past Monday night. During the scuffle between Rhyno and Strowman, Braun took a microphone and encouraged Heath Slater to stay out of his business by stating, “you don’t want these hands”. This has led to some fans assuming that this will be Strowman’s new catchphrase in WWE, much like his current “I’m not finished with you” catchphrase. Strowman even tweeted out the expression he coined on Twitter after Raw concluded.
One day in to 2018 two notches on my belt!!!! #YouDontWantTheseHands
— Braun Strowman (@BraunStrowman) January 2, 2018