Bullet Club are wrestling's most recognisable stable, and it's not even close.
Formed by Prince Devitt, Bad Luck Fale, Tama Tonga, and Karl Anderson in May 2013, the nWo/DX-inspired group have conquered the wrestling world. The t-shirts are everywhere, their most prominent members generate more buzz than anyone else outwith WWE, and they're never short of championship gold.
Bullet Club's ranks have gone through major changes over the years, with 26 individual wrestlers coming and going since Wrestling Dontaku 2013. Members past and present have held every single NJPW title since the group was born, but they recruit from all levels of the New Japan hierarchy, with lifelong jobbers sitting alongside former IWGP Heavyweight & Intercontinental Champions on their list of alumni.
Ranking them is difficult, but not impossible. It doesn't take a genius to see that Kenny Omega has played a bigger role in BC's success than Cody Hall, but the upper echelons require a deeper dive, particularly when it comes to former leaders.
With a focus on tenure, accomplishments, wrestling ability, their fit within the group, and contribution to Bullet Club's legacy and identity, here's how they all shape up.
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