We could be seeing The Good Brothers on an American wrestling program once again very soon.
Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson were right alongside AJ Styles in AJ’s Boneyard Match against The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 36, a match that very well may prove to be Undertaker's final bout ever. In that match, the pairing met a very cinematic end as they were inside of a house that was set on fire. shortly thereafter, both Gallows and Anderson were released due to Coronavirus-related budget cuts.
Gallows and Anderson have promised to tell all on their podcast on a date that just so happens to coincide with IMPACT Wrestling’s Slammiversary event. According to new reports, the pairing may be headed to IMPACT Wrestling as well.
Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet reports that IMPACT Wrestling has been pushing for the duo to come in, offering Gallows and Anderson “strong deals” with the option to work with New Japan Pro Wrestling once that is a possibility again and Coronavirus-related restrictions are lifted.
Gary Cassidy of Sportskeeda adds that the Gallows & Anderson to IMPACT Wrestling is "pretty much a done deal" and that they've recorded content for IMPACT Plus. As previously reported, Gallows & Anderson announced Talk N' Shop A-mania for August 1st, but details regarding the event remain scarce.
Gallows was once a member of the TNA Wrestling roster as DOC, the Director of Chaos for the Aces & Eights faction. Gallows would keep the name DOC and use that name in NJPW as well. On a recent episode of IMPACT, D'Lo Brown teased the revival of the biker gang.
Fightful will continue to monitor the story and report any and all updates.