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AEW’s Lance Archer Comments On Possibly Showing Up In IMPACT

It was previously reported that this past Wednesday night’s episode of AEW Dynamite ended with one of the biggest reunions in the history of wrestling, the reunion of Bullet Club, with AEW World Champion Kenny Omega together with the AEW World Tag Champions The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) and the IMPACT Wrestling World Tag Team Champions The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson).

Immediately following the main event, Omega attempted to continue his attack on Fenix after retaining his AEW World Title, but Jon Moxley made his way out and stopped the attack from taking place. IMPACT World Tag Team Champions

The Good Brothers then made a surprise appearance and took Moxley out. There would then be a brawl, where wrestlers at ringside would try and fight off the Good Brothers, but all the other wrestlers who were present at the time were kept at bay.

The Young Bucks would then make their way to the ring to question what Kenny Omega was doing with the Good Brothers. The Varsity Blondes would then hold AEW World Champion Omega up against the ropes, but they were super kicked by the Young Bucks. AEW Dynamite this past Wednesday night would then end with Omega doing the patented Bullet Club “Too Sweet” hand gesture, joined first by the Good Brothers, and then by the Young Bucks.

Top AEW Star “The Murderhawk Monster” Lance Archer recently took to Twitter and said that he might be making a trip to the IMPACT Wrestling locker room soon and confront the Good Brothers after the tweet the Good Brothers sent out writing, “#BeatUpJonMoxley.”

The Murderhawk Monster also commented on Karl Anderson’s tweet writing, The Good Brothers “won’t do that s— to me.”, implying that the IMPACT Tag Team Champions doesn’t and will not have the guts to come after him.

You can check out the tweets below:



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