Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson didn’t like the way they were being used on WWE television so when the company started to re-sign a bunch of people earlier in the year, they held off. This resulted in some very questionable portions of time for the Good Brothers.

Anderson and Gallows were pulled from the road because they didn’t re-sign with WWE. The $500,000 a year contracts were still on the table, but neither Good Brother had put pen to paper on new five-year deals.

Now that The Club is back together it appears that was enough to convince them to stay. Dave Meltzer reported on Wrestling Observer Radio that both Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows have taken WWE up on the lucrative new contracts.

There was some thought that Anderson and Gallows might find their way to AEW or even back to New Japan. However, they are not leaving WWE. So this newly re-formed Club with AJ Styles could have a lot more time to go in WWE as they continue on with whatever the company has in store for them.


H Jenkins

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