A veteran of the ring, Karl Anderson made his debut for WWE in the spring of 2016 alongside Luke Gallows. Immediately being paired with their New Japan Pro-Wrestling Bullet Club stablemate, and WWE freshman in his own right, AJ Styles.
Since that time, the duo, which had tremendous success in Japan, has experienced peaks and valleys in WWE.
When The O.C. join Lilian Garcia's Chasing Glory podcast, Karl Anderson discusses what he feels is the main key to overcoming these creative droughts that can come suddenly in a company with as much signed talent as WWE has.
"You know, you can get lost in this creative direction quickly if you don't stay on top of it," Anderson begins. "I think you have to just build relationships, good working relationships with all the people that are in charge in charge of all that and let them know, I think that they need to know that we're willing to put in all the work to deserve it."