New details on Karl Anderson's schedule



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New details on Karl Anderson's schedule

Among the many comebacks in WWE in recent months thanks to Triple H's takeover, the name that made the most noise was that of Karl Anderson. In fact, there have been more important returns than the original Bullet Club member, but his return made a noise all the same: in fact, Karl Anderson returned to WWE from NJPW Never Openweight Champion, which fans have not escaped at all.

In fact, in Vince McMahon's old WWE policy, no one could be signed to the Stamford federation if they were still a champion of another company. But did things change with the arrival of the King of Kings as WWE COO? Fightful's Sean Sapp gave the answer.

However, after Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa were betrayed by Jay White and co., The Good Brothers returned to the Bullet Club. Anderson won the NEVER Openweight Title from Tonga at Dominion 6.12.

Karl Anderson is very active

In the last few hours Sean Sapp has reported on his website how this unconventional situation is nearing an end, despite both Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows will appear on the next NJPW show, with the approval of the Stamford federation.

In addition, Karl Anderson will also have another date, in addition to that of December, in which he will appear in the NJPW, or in the show Wrestle Kingdom 17, at the Tokyo Dome: "Those we spoke with said that the plan is still for Anderson to work more.

dates past his title defense in December, noting that he's always been designated and planned to work on the Tokyo Dome show. He and Gallows had committed to working on those dates even before they left IMPACT Wrestling." Not only that: during the show where the NEVER title will be defended there will be the finals of the World Tag League tournaments (and also of the Super Junior Tag League) of the New Japan Pro Wrestling.

At the moment there is no more information on the possible appearance of the duo during these finals but stay on WorldWrestling.it to receive the latest news regarding NJPW and beyond. Backstage at the recently concluded NJPW Rumble on 44th Street show, Takahashi challenged Hikuleo.

He asked the former Bullet Club member to step up and face a former NEVER Openweight Champion in the absence of the current champion. "Hikuleo! All you've got is your size. In Osaka, why don't you try and take on a former NEVER Openweight Champion?" said Yujiro Takahashi.