Ring of Honor fans yesterday said farewell to AJ Styles and two other Bullet Club members, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson, in their final match for the promotion before heading to WWE.
The ROH show in Duluth, Georgia, had a main event of The Bullet Club – Gallows, Anderson and the Young Bucks – taking on Jay Lethal, War Machine, and Roderick Strong where The Bullet club did the job. After the match was over, AJ Styles joined his team mates and they all hugged each other similar to what The Kliq did back in 1996 at Madison Square Garden. Out of all of them, only the Young Bucks are remaining with ROH and New Japan.
AJ Styles did not wrestle during the show but did perform the Styles Clash after interrupting a promo. You can see the curtain call moment below.
— Corey Bigbie (@BigbieMusic) January 24, 2016