The Good Brothers Aren't Saying 'Goodbye' To IMPACT Wrestling, Just 'See You Later'

The Good Brothers are going to back to Japan to take care of some business but they are not ready to say goodbye to IMPACT Wrestling altogether.

On September 15, The Good Brothers, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson, lost to the Motor City Machine Guns, Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin. leading up to that match, Fightful Select had reported that Anderson and Gallows were likely on their way out of IMPACT following two years with the promotion

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The Good Brothers' time with IMPACT Wrestling is reaching its possible conclusion.

The IMPACT Tag Team Champions Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson's original deals were two-year contracts set to expire in late July. However, contrary to previous reports, the two aren't exactly free agents as of yet. We'd reported in the past they'd committed to appearing through August, and we've been told that they actually agreed to extensions.

We've learned some more specifics on their agreements. The Good Brothers will remain with IMPACT until through the August 26 & 27 tapings in Dallas, Texas. In addition to that, they'll be heading to New Japan Pro Wrestling for a couple of weeks in September, but will be contractually free agents by then. We'd heard in the past they'd agreed to do some work with New Japan Pro Wrestling through the 2023 Wrestle Kingdom shows.

Now, IMPACT has released a new video of Gallows and Anderson saying that they're not leaving forever, this is simply goodbye for now.

"The Motor City Machine Guns vs. the world-famous Good Brothers in the marquee box office. It finally happened. Chills on my body just hearing that. Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley, nothing but respect for you. Nothing but respect for the Motor City Machine Guns. IMPACT Wrestling, We gotta tell you something. We're leaving for a little while. New Japan Pro-Wrestling is where we're going. We've got business we gotta take care of across the pond," said Anderson.

Gallows added, "We don't say 'goodbye,' we say 'see you later. ' I'm happy we got to have a dream match on the way out what we asked for for two years with the Motor City Machine Guns. So until we get back from across the pond, Too Sweet."

Gallows and Anderson recently sat down to speak with Sean Ross Sapp. Fans can check out the full interview at this link.

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