Bullet Club’s Trophy Case

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Can you believe that Bullet Club has already been around for four years? It’s one of those things where it’s hard to remember a time without the faction, but at the same time it feels like Prince Devitt (aka Finn Balor) turned on Ryusuke Taguchi just yesterday. Since that moment, the faction has grown and grown, appearing in just about every major promotion in the world. This is common knowledge though. After all, whether it’s WrestleMania or your local indy, you’ll see someone with a Bullet Club shirt. What you might not know, however, is just how much success the group has truly had.

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Bullet Club’s Trophy Case

Quick Disclaimer

In this article, members of Bullet Club that are currently signed to WWE are listed as members of the faction. Even AJ Styles, who was forcibly removed from the group early last year, because despite what a crazed Kenny Omega may have said in a promo, even for AJ Styles, Bullet Club is f-f-f-for life. Without further ado, here is the list of championships won or held by wrestlers or tag teams as a member of Bullet Club.

WWE

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WWE Championship- AJ Styles.

Reigns- One.
Days- 140.

Universal Championship- Finn Balor (Prince Devitt).

Reigns- One.
Days- One.

NXT Championship- Finn Balor.

Reigns- One.
Days- 293.

United States Championship- AJ Styles.

Reigns- Two.
Days- 20 and counting.

Raw Tag Team Championships- Gallows and Anderson.

Reigns- One.
Days- 63.

Ring of Honor

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World Championships – Adam Cole and Cody.

Adam Cole.
Reigns- Two.
Days- 175.

Cody.
Reigns- One.
Days- 42 and counting.

TV Championship- Marty Scurll

Reigns- One.
Days- 175*.

Tag Team Championships- The Young Bucks

Reigns- Three.
Days- 347 and counting.

CMLL

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Slightly less well known than the Ring of Honor or New Japan Pro Wrestling versions of Bullet Club was the short-lived Bullet Club Latinoamerica. The sub-stable was barely active, but in their time at CMLL, they still managed to pull in some gold.

CMLL World Heavyweight Championship- El Terrible

Reign- One.
Days- 1,125*.

CMLL World Tag Team Championships- El Terrible and Tama Tonga and Tama Tonga and Rey Bucanero

Terrible and Tonga.
Reigns- One.
Days- 234.

Bucanero and Tonga.
Reigns- One.
Days- 34.

Mexican National Light Championship- Mephisto

Reigns- One.
Days- 741*.

New Japan Pro Wrestling

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IWGP Heavyweight Championship- AJ Styles.

Reigns- Two.
Days- 307.

IWGP Jr Heavyweight Championship- Kenny Omega and Prince Devitt.

Kenny Omega.
Reigns- Two.
Days- 285.

Prince Devitt.
Reigns- One.
Days- 419.

IWGP Intercontinental Championship- Kenny Omega and Bad Luck Fale

Kenny Omega.
Reigns- One.
Days- 126

Bad Luck Fale.
Reigns- One.
Days- 92.

IWGP United States Championship- Kenny Omega

Reigns- One.
Days- 33 and counting.

IWGP Tag Team Championships- Gallows and Anderson and G.o.D.

Gallows and Anderson.
Reigns- Three.
Days- 601.

Guerillas of Destiny (G.o.D)
Reigns- Three.
Days- 176.

IWGP Jr. Tag Team Championships- The Young Bucks

Reigns- Six.
Days- 673 and counting.

NEVER Openweight Championship- Yujiro Takahashi

Reigns- One.
Days- 106.

Never Openweight 6-man Tag Team Championships- The Elite and the team of Bad Luck Fale, Yurjio Takahashi, and Tama Tonga.

The Elite.
Reigns- Two.
Days- 111.

Yujiro Takahashi, Bad Luck Fale, and Tama Tonga.
Reigns- One.
Days- Three.

G1 Climax- Omega

Victories- One (2014).

Best of the Super Juniors- Prince Devitt

Victories- One (2013).

World Tag League- Gallows and Anderson

Victories- One (2013).

Super Jr. Tag Tournament- The Young Bucks

Victories- One (2013).

*-if the entire reign didn’t occur while the wrestler or team was a member of Bullet Club, but they joined while still carrying the belt.

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