The Bullet Club faction in Japan has signed a major endorsement deal with a clothing brand.
Per Dave Meltzer in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the new deal sees Bullet Club join forces with Under Armour.
The Under Armour brand is known worldwide for its line of sporting clothing, footwear and accessories and frequently uses celebrities and athletes in its endorsements, including Dwayne Johnson.
Details of what products will be released under the deal have not been shared.
The crossover will no doubt appeal to fans of Bullet Club wishing to get their hands on some branded sportswear with the Bone Soldier logo.
The Bullet Club was first established in New Japan Pro-Wrestling in early 2013.
The highly decorated stable features a number of notable names, including current IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Jay White.
The Bullet Club was recently referenced on WWE TV during a segment featuring Karl Anderson. The current NEVER Openweight Champion was initially due to defend his gold against Hikuleo at NJPW Battle Autumn on November 5.
Anderson’s surprise return to WWE resulted in Anderson being pulled from the event, as he was scheduled for a six-man tag match at Crown Jewel on the same night.
In the match, Gallows and Anderson teamed up with former Bullet Club member AJ Styles as they took on Judgment Day, which is headed up by former Bullet Club leader Finn Balor.
The current Bullet Club leader Jay White will defend his IWGP World Heavyweight Championship against Kazuchika Okada at Wrestle Kingdom 17 on January 4, 2023.
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