The Good Brothers Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson could be on the lookout for somewhere new to ply their trade after it emerged their IMPACT Wrestling deals end this summer.
Gallows and Anderson joined IMPACT Wrestling in July 2020, three months after being released from their WWE deals. The duo had joined WWE as a tag team in 2016, going on to win the Raw Tag Team Championship twice during their run. The Good Brother’s last appearance on WWE television came in the main event of WrestleMania 36 when they attempted to help AJ Styles in his Boneyard Match with The Undertaker.
Gallows and Anderson joined WWE after a stellar spell in New Japan Pro Wrestling where ‘Machine Gun’ Karl Anderson was one of the founding members of Bullet Club. During their time in NJPW, The Good Brothers captured the IWGP Tag Team Championship on three occasions.
In an interview with PWInsider.com Doc Gallows is quoted as saying that it’s “contract season” for The Good Brothers. Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com has followed up on that by reporting that Gallows and Anderson’s deals with IMPACT Wrestling end in July.
The Good Brothers have previously made appearances in AEW as part of ‘The Super Elite’ with fellow Bullet Club alumni The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega.
The two-time IMPACT Tag Team Champions recently defeated former Ring Of Honor Tag Team Champions The Briscoes at IMPACT’s Multiverse of Matches.