It was previously reported that All Elite Wrestling filed to trademark the “Too Sweet” term, which is one of the most, if not the most famous wrestling catchphrase and hand gestures in the history of the business, this past January 14th for merchandise and general pro wrestling use.
The “Too Sweet” term was mostly made famous by The Kliq and the nWo. The “Too Sweet” term/gesture has been used by various pro wrestlers over the years, including current AEW World Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks, IMPACT World Tag Team Champions The Good Brothers and AEW World Champion Kenny Omega.
Speaking of AEW filing to trademark the “Two Sweet” term and AEW/IMPACT Wrestling Stars using the Too Sweet hand gesture, top NJPW Star Tama Tonga, who is one of the founding members of Bullet Club, took to his Tama’s Island podcast and talked about AEW’s attempt to trademark the famous “Too Sweet” term. Tama Tonga also said that he doesn’t really care about the “Two Sweet” term/hand gesture as the group has moved on, especially from The Elite.
This is what Tama Tonga said:
“If you guys think that [you did] the too sweet heard around the world? F— that nonsense. Are you kidding me, man. That s— is wack anyways. We’ve done moved on. I would get the company to cease and desist their b—- asses but I ain’t no snitch. … Ain’t nobody jealous. … The only people they’re advertising is themselves, not Bullet Club. You should’ve known that when they did the whole Elite thing. … They used Bullet Club as a platform.”
Tama Tonga has been very vocal and has been voicing his displeasure towards the reunion that The Good Brothers, The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega had on Dynamite a number of weeks ago, which they called as the reunion of The Bullet Club. Tonga was very vocal as well towards Omega wearing an original Bullet Club shirt at IMPACT Wrestling’s Hard To Kill PPV.