WWE is a complicated workplace, and many people can attest to that. The inherently political nature of the past year only made things worse. Karl Anderson & Doc Gallows made their way to WWE in 2016, and they had a mixed run in the company.
Gallows and Anderson 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.
Speaking with Sports Illustrated, Karl Anderson noted that while he and Gallows have a verbal agreement with NJPW, stating that they do not rule out a possibility of returning to WWE in the future.
“Just like you said, never say never. We’ve got verbally agreed upon dates with New Japan Pro-Wrestling for an extended period of time. But there’s such a built-in story with Bullet Club, and we never got to finish the story (in WWE) with AJ Styles or even Finn.
“There’s been a lot of things that have happened in the business, so you can never say never. Any time we can work with brothers like AJ and Finn, we’re always going to listen to that.
Anderson and Gallows were released by WWE shortly after WrestleMania 36 in 2020, with the Boneyard match being their final appearance in the company. Regardless, it is unlikely they will return to WWE anytime soon, if ever.
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