As the contractual status of The Good Brothers remains up in the air, Finn Balor has discussed the possibility of them returning to WWE.
It’s believed The Good Brothers finished up with IMPACT Wrestling at the promotion’s latest set of television tapings. Dropping the World Tag Team Championships to Matt Taven and Mike Bennett, the Bullet Club tandem are now considered free agents.
A return to WWE could now be on the cards, especially if you believe anything Finn Balor says. ‘The Prince’ spoke exclusively to Inside The Ropes’ Alex McCarthy for talkWRESTLING ahead of WWE Clash At The Castle, stating that he believes they’ll eventually come back to WWE:
“Listen, I’m sure the opportunity for those guys to return to WWE will happen. You know, they have all the talent in the world. They’ve proven themselves all over the world in every promotion at every level. And you know, they can do it. So I’m sure once the time is right, they’ll be back.”
Comprised of Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson, The Good Brothers were let go from WWE in April 2020, joining IMPACT Wrestling as soon as their non-compete clauses ended. They’ve held the company’s doubles titles three times, beginning their latest run with the championships at Slammiversary.
Fightful Select reported that the duo had agreed to appear for New Japan Pro-Wrestling through to January’s Wrestle Kingdom card. They returned to their old home promotion in July 2021, winning the Tag Team Turbulence Tournament, with Anderson also being the current NEVER Openweight Champion.
During their time in WWE, The Good Brothers were aligned with both Finn Balor and AJ Styles in separate WWE attempts to gain buzz from the ex-Bullet Club teammates.