Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson entered WWE around the same time as AJ Styles and WWE soon formed their own watered-down version of The Bullet Club. No matter how much fun it was to see three good friends banter on television and talk about beating up John Cena, WWE still felt the need to separate them.
It’s easy to understand why Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows would be frustrated because they’re a highly-decorated tag team without any television time or current storyline. Needless to say, when fans discuss who might be better off if they left WWE, Gallows and Anderson are almost always a topic of conversation.
PW Insider now reports Gallows and Anderson’s contracts aren’t up until September 2019. This would put their contract expiration date right before SmackDown’s big move to Friday nights on Fox in October next year.
WWE is likely to make all sorts of changes in preparation for their big move to Fox, so hopefully pushing Gallows and Anderson will be part of their plan. If WWE continues to underutilize The Club to this extent, you never know if they could find a much more attractive offer in ten months’ time.