Every Bullet Club Member Ranked From Worst To Best

8 months ago by Brian Joyce

15. Hangman Page

Hangman Page might be one of the most popular wrestlers in the world now, but in Bullet Club he had a ways to go. A fairly bland character at the time, Page joined the group with Adam Cole in 2016.

His work on Being The Elite brought him a long way as a character but his best work didn’t come until he left the group in 2018.

He still had good matches, having several in the 2018 G1 Climax, but Page will be best known for his ascent after leaving the group.

14. Taiji Ishimori

We have reached the tier of good Bullet Club members with the new Bone Soldier, Taiji Ishimori.

Ishimori could not be more different from the original Bone Soldier. He is a phenomenal wrestler, with his dynamic style and explosive moves making up for his size.

Seriously he is so small. Ishimori has been one of the best junior heavyweights in the world for years but has shown it on a huge stage since arriving in New Japan in 2018.

His matches with Hiromu Takahashi have been excellent and he is the best heel in the division by far.

The only problem with Ishimori in Bullet Club is there has rarely been a connection with him and the group. He is a heel, but he doesn’t quite match the identity the group had at the time of his introduction.

13. Tanga Loa

Tanga Loa has only recently started to put it together as an in-ring performer, but he has the other assets you need to be great. He and Tama Tonga have been a great team for years and a true fixture of Bullet Club.

They refuse to stop winning titles, becoming IWGP Tag Team Champions for the seventh time in 2021.

Tanga Loa hasn’t been great enough to crack the top tier of Bullet Club members but his identity is synonymous with the group and points have to be given for that.

12. Doc Gallows

One of the earliest members of Bullet Club, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson were the faction’s heavyweight team for two years.

A solid wrestler, Gallows was firmly behind his partner in terms of importance within the group but more than held his own in the ring.

It is unlikely he was anyone’s favorite Bullet Club member during his time with the group but he was a key member during the faction’s first boom period of popularity.

11. Adam Cole

If this list was based purely on in-ring ability, Adam Cole would have to be near the very top. However, his spot with the faction is taken into account as well and Cole just didn’t quite fit the Bullet Club makeup.

He was perfect with The Elite, which is once again being seen in AEW, but at his core Cole wasn’t Bullet Club. This feels like the case with many of the Ring of Honor members of the group.

Cole’s ability and interplay with the Young Bucks and Kenny Omega put him in the top half of this list, but his short time with the group leaves him outside the top ten.


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