THE Good Brothers invaded AEW to recreate the iconic Bullet Club faction.
Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson joined Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks in the ring to form an iconic reunion.
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The duo had just seen Omega see off Rey Fenix to retain his title.
But when Jon Moxley entered the fray, Gallows and Anderson stepped in to dispatch the intruder at Dynamite: New Year's Smash.
Nick and Matt Jackson – aka the Young Bucks – then looked as though they were going to step in to help Moxley.
However, they instead decided to team up with their pals and stood together.
The quintet then made the famous 'Too Sweet' gesture together to symbolise their wrestling reunion.
The Good Brothers signed with Impact Wrestling last year and will team up with Omega at the next Hard to Kill pay-per-view when they face Rich Swann and the Motor City Machine Guns.
Speaking of the Bullet Club's reunion, Omega said: “We warned you guys.
"The clues were there. Weren’t you listening? We’re just getting started.”
Omega's right-hand man Don Callis explained the situation.
He added: "There is no relationship between AEW and Impact Wrestling. There is a relationship, a family relationship, between Don Callis and Kenny Omega. There is a power dynamic.
“The business has changed. We’ve changed it. Kenny Omega and I have changed it.
"AEW got its highest rating ever with Kenny and I on that programme. Impact the same thing.
“Kenny Omega is my family. At the end of the day, Kenny and I have been planning this not for weeks, not for months, but for years.
"We have an unbelievable ability to play the long game, and watch a plan roll out the way it should, and not to rush.”
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