Chris Bey says being in Bullet Club is too sweet.
Bey, a former IMPACT X-Division Champion, joined Bullet Club in 2021. At various points in the group’s history, it has included Kenny Omega, Prince Devitt (Finn Balor), Jay White, AJ Styles, and other stars. Ace Austin joined the group in June 2022, and he and Bey went on to capture the IMPACT Tag Team Championship on the March 2 episode of IMPACT Wrestling.
Speaking with Lee Tarrier of PWMania.com, Bey was asked to share his thoughts on what it means to be part of Bullet Club, given the group’s history.
“Honestly, it’s just too sweet. It’s the greatest faction to ever be in professional wrestling,” Bey said. “It’s cool to do whatever, be whatever hang out with whoever, and we are just gaining more momentum. We’ve got championships from different promotions running throughout the brand, so it’s great man, it’s like being on the top team in the NBA, the NFL, whatever it is that you watch. It’s like playing for the top team. So it’s a sweet stamp of approval.”
As a member of Bullet Club, Bey was asked to describe the differences in his approach to wrestling in Japan and the United States. He noted there is a bit of a difference, but the goal of entertaining the crowds remains the same/
“There’s a little bit of a difference but at the end of the day I’ve always classified myself as an entertainer,” he said. “I just like to entertain crowds man. So wherever I go, I’m just trying to assess where I’m at and how most people react or what it is that they want like to react to and then I find my best way to give them that without taking too much away from myself. So as much as it is different from you know, American crowds versus the Japanese crowds or, you know, restricted crowds versus non restricted crowds, it’s all the same man, people who pay to see you and they pay to be entertained. So I just make sure I bring the entertainment and I can do that regardless who I’m in their with and where I’m competing.”
Bey and Austin will defend the titles at IMPACT Sacrifice on March 24. WrestleZone will have coverage of the show as it airs.