The Good Brothers, Karl Anderson, and Doc Gallows had a tremendous run in NJPW as well, where they won the IWGP Tag Team Championships. After making their way to WWE, both of them had trouble adjusting to WWE’s way of going about things. Their contract with Impact Wrestling is also reaching its conclusion.
Sean Sapp recently reported behind Fightful’s paywall that the original contracts for Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson, members of the IMPACT Tag Team Champions, were for two years. They were due to expire in late July. The two aren’t precisely free agents at the moment, despite earlier reports to the contrary.
They agreed to appear through August, and they have since learned that they have truly consented to extensions. New details about their arrangements has come out in a follow-up report.
The Good Brothers will continue to work with IMPACT through the Dallas, Texas, tapings on August 26th and 27th. Additionally, they will travel to New Japan Pro Wrestling for a few weeks in September, but by that time they will be contractually free agents.
The Good Brothers’ time with IMPACT Wrestling is reaching its possible conclusion. The IMPACT Tag Team Champions Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson’s original deals were two-year contracts set to expire in late July. However, contrary to previous reports, the two aren’t exactly free agents as of yet. We’d reported in the past they’d committed to appearing through August, and we’ve been told that they actually agreed to extensions. We’ve learned some more specifics on their agreements. The Good Brothers will remain with IMPACT until through the August 26 & 27 tapings in Dallas, Texas. In addition to that, they’ll be heading to New Japan Pro Wrestling for a couple of weeks in September, but will be contractually free agents by then. We’d heard in the past they’d agreed to do some work with New Japan Pro Wrestling through the 2023 Wrestle Kingdom shows. Fightful will have an update after next week’s shows.
We will have to wait and see if they will return to Impact Wrestling or not. Regardless, NJPW seems to be their home again for the foreseeable future. Stay tuned to Ringside News for latest news and updates.
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