Bad Luck Fale has ended the speculation and rumors of the newest addition to the Bullet Club‘s OG faction, featuring Fale, Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga & Tanga Loa), “Bone Soldier” Taiji Ishimori and Hikuleo. In a Tweet posted during King of Pro Wrestling, Fale revealed that the new member – who will tag with Ishimori in the upcoming Junior Tag Team tournament – is Australian indie superstar Robbie Eagles.
— TheUnderboss (@TOKSFALE) October 8, 2018
Robbie Eagles Newest Member of Bullet Club
“The Sniper of the Skies” Robbie Eagles, despite being an 11 year veteran of the Australian indie scene, has had a break out year internationally. Although he made his US debut several years ago with House of Glory (HOG), his Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) debut this year at All Star Weekend 14 began his breakout run with the company, that lead to him being one of three Aussie indie stars to compete in this past September’s Battle of Los Angeles. The former 3x Pro Wrestling Australia (PWA) Heavyweight Champion and Melbourne City Wrestling (MCW) Intercommonwealth Champion made his NJPW debut this February when New Japan held a series of shows on an Australian tour, appearing on all three nights of the tour. Robbie Eagles joins fellow Aussie star Gino Gambino as the only Australian members of Bullet Club, but third Oceanic star (as Bad Luck Fale is from New Zealand).
@RobbieEagles_ WILL DEBUT FOR NEW JAPAN PRO WRESTLING AS PART OF THE BULLET CLUB!!!!!
— PWA Black Label (@PWAaustralia) October 8, 2018
— Madison Eagles (@SeriouslyEagles) October 8, 2018
I cannot wait for @RobbieEagles_ to show the world what he can do!
The Sniper of the Skies is locked and loaded. I can’t wait ? https://t.co/HUYig03KuV
— ‘Tuff Stuff’ Ricky South (@TSRickySouth) October 8, 2018
??????????????????????????about damn time https://t.co/pZJNuS9eM0
— “HEARTcore” Shazza McKenzie (@Shazza_McKenzie) October 8, 2018
Congratulations to Robbie Eagles who has joined The Bullet Club’s Firing Squad and will be representing our nation well in the upcoming #NJPW Junior Tag League in Japan.
— WRESTLE RAMPAGE (@WRAustralia) October 8, 2018