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====Bullet Club (2018–Present)====
 
====Bullet Club (2018–Present)====
{{main|Bullet Club}}Later that month, White took part in his first [[G1 Climax]] tournament. White opened the tournament with victories against former [[IWGP Heavyweight Championship|IWGP Heavyweight Champions]] CHAOS stablemate [[Kazuchika Okada]] and Hiroshi Tanahashi, after cheating to win his matches using tactics such as attacking his opponents with a chair and ref bumps or low blows. White's CHAOS stablemates [[Rocky Romero]], [[Sho]] and [[Yoh]] were against White's tactics. White suffered his first losses against [[Minoru Suzuki]] on July 22 and [[Bad Luck Fale]] on July 27. He bounced back with three more victories, but a loss against [[EVIL]] on the final day cost him his place in the finals of the tournament.
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{{main|Bullet Club}}Later that month, White took part in his first [[G1 Climax]] tournament. White opened the tournament with victories against former [[IWGP Heavyweight Championship|IWGP Heavyweight Champions]] CHAOS stablemate [[Kazuchika Okada]] and Hiroshi Tanahashi, after cheating to win his matches using tactics such as attacking his opponents with a chair and ref bumps or low blows. White's CHAOS stablemates [[Rocky Romero]], [[Sho]] and [[Yoh]] were against White's tactics. White suffered his first losses against [[Minoru Suzuki]] on July 22 and [[Bad Luck Fale]] on July 27. He bounced back with three more victories, but a loss against [[EVIL]] on the final day cost him his place in the finals of the tournament.
   
On September 23 at [[Destruction in Kobe (2018)|Destruction in Kobe]], White attacked Okada and was joined but Okada's former manager [[Gedo]], after he turned on him. Following the attack, Gedo nominated White to face Tanahashi for his [[G1 Climax|Tokyo Dome IWGP Heavyweight Championship match contract]] due to White previously defeating Tanahashi in the 2018 G1 Climax. On September 30 at [[Fighting Spirit Unleashed (2018)|Fighting Spirit Unleashed]], White and Tanahashi faced off in a tag team match, where White teamed with Gedo and Tanahashi teamed with [[KUSHIDA]]. White won the match for his team for his team by scoring a direct pinfall over Tanahashi and afterwards White demanded his opportunity for his contract. White received his opportunity on October 8 at [[King of Pro-Wrestling (2018)|King of Pro-Wrestling]], unsuccessfully challenging Tanahashi for his contract. Following the match, White and Gedo were joined by [[Jado]], who also turned on Okada and joined [[Bullet Club#Bullet Club Civil War|Bullet Club OG]]. White would become the fifth leader of the Bullet Club, after the departure of The Elite. On October 17, during the ''Road to Power Struggle'', White led a Bullet Club OG assault on Okada, but Okada's rival Tanahashi made the save and Okada left the ring. Shortly after, Hiroshi Tanahashi would help Okada and CHAOS formed an alliance with NJPW home unit. During the [[World Tag League#2018|2018 World Tag League]], White faced off in multiple tag team matches against Okada and Tanahashi, won by White and his Bullet Club stablemates. On November 3, at [[Power Struggle (2018)|Power Struggle]], White and Okada agreed to face each other in a match, which was later set to be at [[Wrestle Kingdom 13 in Tokyo Dome]]. On January 14, at ''Road to Tokyo Dome'' tour, White would try to help Gedo to defeat Okada in his match but was unsuccessful and Okada managed to win the match, despite White's interference. On January 4, 2019, White defeated Okada. Later that night, White challenged Tanahashi to a match for the [[IWGP Heavyweight Championship]]. On February 11, 2019 at [[The New Beginning in Osaka (2019)|The New Beginning in Osaka]], White defeated Tanahashi to become the new IWGP Heavyweight Champion. He lost the title to Kazuchika Okada on April 6 at [[G1 Supercard]].
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On September 23 at [[Destruction in Kobe (2018)|Destruction in Kobe]], White attacked Okada and was joined but Okada's former manager [[Gedo]], after he turned on him. Following the attack, Gedo nominated White to face Tanahashi for his [[G1 Climax|Tokyo Dome IWGP Heavyweight Championship match contract]] due to White previously defeating Tanahashi in the 2018 G1 Climax. On September 30 at [[Fighting Spirit Unleashed (2018)|Fighting Spirit Unleashed]], White and Tanahashi faced off in a tag team match, where White teamed with Gedo and Tanahashi teamed with [[KUSHIDA]]. White won the match for his team for his team by scoring a direct pinfall over Tanahashi and afterwards White demanded his opportunity for his contract. White received his opportunity on October 8 at [[King of Pro-Wrestling (2018)|King of Pro-Wrestling]], unsuccessfully challenging Tanahashi for his contract. Following the match, White and Gedo were joined by [[Jado]], who also turned on Okada and joined [[Bullet Club#Bullet Club Civil War|Bullet Club OG]]. White would become the fifth leader of the Bullet Club, after the departure of The Elite. On October 17, during the ''Road to Power Struggle'', White led a Bullet Club OG assault on Okada, but Okada's rival Tanahashi made the save and Okada left the ring. Shortly after, Hiroshi Tanahashi would help Okada and CHAOS formed an alliance with NJPW home unit. During the [[World Tag League#2018|2018 World Tag League]], White faced off in multiple tag team matches against Okada and Tanahashi, won by White and his Bullet Club stablemates. On November 3, at [[Power Struggle (2018)|Power Struggle]], White and Okada agreed to face each other in a match, which was later set to be at [[Wrestle Kingdom 13 in Tokyo Dome]]. On January 14, at ''Road to Tokyo Dome'' tour, White would try to help Gedo to defeat Okada in his match but was unsuccessful and Okada managed to win the match, despite White's interference. On January 4, 2019, White defeated Okada. Later that night, White challenged Tanahashi to a match for the [[IWGP Heavyweight Championship]]. On February 11, 2019 at [[The New Beginning in Osaka (2019)|The New Beginning in Osaka]], White defeated Tanahashi to become the new IWGP Heavyweight Champion. He lost the title to Kazuchika Okada on April 6 at [[G1 Supercard]].
   
 
In May, White started a short feud with [[Hiroshi Tanahashi]], after he announced his intentions of challenging for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship in the finals of the [[Best of the Super Juniors#2019|2019 Best of the Super Juniors]] on June 5, leading White to attack him. At the event on June 5, White defeated Tanahashi. From July 6 until August 11, White took part in the [[G1 Climax#2019|2019 G1 Climax]]. White started the tournament losing his first three matches. However, White bounced back winning the remaining of his matches, culminating on August 11, White defeating [[Tetsuya Naito]] to in his block and reach the finals of the tournament. On August 12, White was defeated in the finals by [[Kota Ibushi]].
 
In May, White started a short feud with [[Hiroshi Tanahashi]], after he announced his intentions of challenging for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship in the finals of the [[Best of the Super Juniors#2019|2019 Best of the Super Juniors]] on June 5, leading White to attack him. At the event on June 5, White defeated Tanahashi. From July 6 until August 11, White took part in the [[G1 Climax#2019|2019 G1 Climax]]. White started the tournament losing his first three matches. However, White bounced back winning the remaining of his matches, culminating on August 11, White defeating [[Tetsuya Naito]] to in his block and reach the finals of the tournament. On August 12, White was defeated in the finals by [[Kota Ibushi]].
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