This past week on Monday Night RAW, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows shocked the world when they showed up on WWE television and brawled against the Judgment. This sparked a lot of speculation as to what lead to their return.
Fightful Select reports that Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson had interest in joining WWE while they were under contract at Impact Wrestling, and they weren’t shy about it. Since their Impact Wrestling contracts got extended by a month, they finished in late August.
After that they were working in New Japan Pro Wrestling without any contracts with Karl Anderson as the Never Openweight Champion. Despite knowing that Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson were WWE bound, NJPW and The Good Brothers had committed dates till January’s Wrestle Kingdom show.
The future dates originally agreed to by both parties are still happening. However, it’s too early to tell if that may be the case, since The Good Brothers were only under a verbal contract in Japan. However, the official news is that The Good Brothers have signed a “big money deal” with WWE.
We’re told that Anderson and Gallows were only under a verbal commitment in Japan, and those duties are being allowed to be fulfilled. However, they have officially signed with WWE, for what was said to be a “big money deal.”
We’ll have to see what’s next for Anderson and Gallows, but they are certainly happy to be back with AJ Styles on the WWE main roster.
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