The Good Brothers are back in Impact Wrestling, but that’s not the only company they’ll be working for. There is also a clause in their contracts that will permit them to work with NJPW as well.

During their Countdown To F#cktown special, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson revealed a bit more about the new contracts they signed.

“It was a great offer. There was a New Japan Wrestling carve-out Rocky so I’m waiting on you to email me that with the doc you signed,” Luke Gallows said to Rocky Romero who was also on the show.

Karl Anderson confirmed that the Good Brothers signed two-year deals with Impact Wrestling. He said that they are not getting paid per appearance. They have actual contracts that he said were “a good deal.”


Luke Gallows also mentioned how Jim Cornette lost his mind when WWE fired them. He said that Cornette had very nice things to say about them and it “popped the sh*t outta me.”

As soon as The Good Brothers are permitted to fly back to Japan they are joining NJPW once again. Impact Wrestling “is going to work around New Japan’s dates.”

The Good Brothers had to give Impact Wrestling some big props as well. The company offered them a deal when their WWE contracts were expiring last year. After they were fired due to a pandemic, Impact Wrestling offered them just about the same contracts.

We will have full coverage of Impact Wrestling’s Slammiversary event right here at Ringside News.

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