Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson signed new WWE contracts and it took a lot of money to convince The Good Brothers to stick around. They had previously rejected great offers and were subsequently pulled from the road. Now they’re back and brothering on television once again.

Dave Meltzer was asked during Wrestling Observer Radio about how much The Good Brothers accepted from WWE. He didn’t reveal an exact number, but it took a lot to change their minds.

“Look, everyone knows it was $500,000 that they turned down… so you can do the math from there.”

A specific number wasn’t given for how much WWE is paying for the Good Brothers’ services, but it’s apparently a number that is larger than half a million dollars a year each for five years.


That is some serious Good Brother cash, let’s just hope that WWE uses them and gets their money’s worth.

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