Doc Gallows: "I Would Love To See New Japan And IMPACT Form A Working Relationship At Some Point"

Doc Gallows is hopeful that IMPACT could one day work with NJPW.

During an interview with "This is Wrestling" on TSN 1200, Gallows spoke on signing with IMPACT and was asked whether or not this new contract that he signed with the company will be his last one, Gallows said it is not.

"I’m in my prime. I’m not slowing down. I just want to grow this IMPACT brand as big as we possibly can and keep it pushing forward. Yeah, this ain’t my last wrestling contract. Oh hell no! I’m not going to stop," Gallows said.

Now that Gallows, as well as Karl Anderson, have signed with IMPACT, Gallows is hoping that the company could enter a working partnership with NJPW. Both Gallows and Anderson wrestled for NJPW prior to coming to WWE years ago and they even held the IWGP Tag Team titles multiple times during their time wrestling in Japan.

I think it’s all about keeping momentum. I think there is more tag team championships in the future for us as a team. I think we’ll always be together but we can support each other through a singles run. One for him, one for me. That’s some stuff we’ve been talking a lot about. What we want to do is continue to grow IMPACT. I want IMPACT to continue to grow and get bigger and better so that when our friends are calling us and they got contracts up in other places we can go “hey we can do this for you over here. What do you think? Come jump on board, come have some fun, and come party with us?” I think it would be great. I would love to see New Japan and IMPACT form a working relationship at some point. I think it would be beneficial for both sides and I would really love to see that. Hopefully, (I) can be a part in making that come together," Gallows said.

"This is Wrestling" can be found at TSN1200.ca under “Podcasts”. The full interview can be found here. Credit to "This is Wrestling" for the transcription.

Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp spoke with Gallows, Anderson and Rocky Romero and you can check out that interview at this link.

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