Backstage news on The Good Brothers' future

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Backstage news on The Good Brothers' future

As we reported in recent weeks, the farewell of The Good Brothers (Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson) from Impact Wrestling was now imminent. The confirmation came during the recent Impact recordings where Mike Bennett and Matt Taven defeated them, taking the Impact duo titles.

But that's not all, the two former Bullet Club members were then defeated by the Motor City Machine Guns in what was, to all intents and purposes, their last scheduled appearance. Many have immediately assumed a return to WWE but, for the moment, these do not seem to be the plans.

The two want to focus on New Japan Pro Wrestling and on making the third edition of 'Talkin' Shop A Mania. According to what was reported by PWInsider Gallows and Anderson had been contacted by the WWE when Vince was still in charge, but the negotiations have vanished.

The two had complained about previous management and demanded more money.

The latest news on The Good Brothers

Vince McMahon realized his mistake and made an effort to bring The Good Brothers back into the fold before his resignation earlier this year.

The two, we remember, signed a five-year extension with WWE in 2019 (to prevent them from going to AEW), but were then fired in 2020, immediately after WrestleMania. Their last screen appearance was in the Boneyard Match between AJ Styles and The Undertaker.

Of course, that could all change now with Triple H in command. The two then signed with Impact in July 2020 with their debut during the eighteenth anniversary of the Canadian federation, Slammiversary. The two have so far won the Impact duo titles three times, an element that leads them to be duo champions for eight faces thanks to their further victories between WWE (title of RAW ed) and New Japan Pro Wrestling.

The firing of Gallows and Anderson from WWE was also wanted by Paul Heyman, which led AJ to rage with him. After learning of this secret, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson revealed all this to a lifelong friend AJ Styles, who immediately wanted a face-to-face clarification with Paul Heyman, who however continued to deny any kind.

of involvement on his part. Recently, Vince Russo praised The Good Brothers: "I'm gonna go with The Good Brothers because I think these guys are very entertaining. I did their show once bro, they had me on this show. I had an absolute blast. These guys are funny, bro."