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.

The O.C., Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows, returned to WWE on the October 10th episode of WWE Raw. They were released in April 2020, shortly after WrestleMania 36, where they took part in the Boneyard Match.

While speaking on After the Bell, Luke Gallows talked about their release back in 2020. He admitted that both he and Anderson were offended by being released right after the match.

“It’s eleven days removed from this Boneyard match that we got all this praise for. so we didn’t see it coming. It offended him and it offended me too a little bit. We’re eleven days out from main eventing Wrestlemania.”


We will have to wait and see how WWE will be booking The O.C. vs The Judgment Day feud in the coming weeks, as fans are certainly looking forward to it as well.

What do you think about what Gallows said? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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