The Good Brothers on Japan experience: We felt like children



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The Good Brothers on Japan experience: We felt like children

The Good Brothers were guests on SiriusXM’s Busted Open Radio. They talked about the impressions after NJPW Wrestling Dontaku on May 1 in Fukuoka. “We went to Japan with WWE. We were lucky enough to go four times, we went every single year,” Anderson said, as quoted by wrestlinginc.

“Each time, it always brought back great memories, but nothing was like landing back in Tokyo, getting picked up by the New Japan office, the same office that picked me up six years ago, taking me over to the same hotel I stayed in back in the day, seeing all the same people.

“I got to the hotel room, me and Gallows were texting back and forth, sending videos of all the drinks we got from the convenience stores and how excited we were. We felt like children. Gallows even sent me an emotional video.

I don’t know if it was because he was half-hammered coming off the plane, but it just felt right to be back in Japan, even before we got to the New Japan show in Fukuoka five days after landing”.

Gallow on impressions

Doc Gallows is happy with everything that happened to him and it was an impressive experience.

“Man, it was almost surreal,” Gallows said. “So cool, like you said, getting to see our old friends, guys we used to go out with and have dinner every night in different towns and stuff like that. I definitely missed the eating tour of Japan.

[Tommy] Dreamer and I were talking about that after we were on Busted Open the last time, when he ate 86 pieces of sushi just to impress us. But yeah, all the way around, it couldn’t have been better. And to get to go to the PayPay Dome in Fukuoka, run out there again with wrestling happiness. [It’s a] wrestling utopia, brother”.