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Tag Team loses shocking new offers; will leave WWE when the contract ends

Rumors 9.27K //09 Mar 2019, 05:42 IST SHARE Are the good brothers finished with WWE? What is the story? It seems that Dean Ambrose is not "T will be the only current WWE Superstar to look out his contract, with the company as new reports from Mike Johnson from PWInsider claiming that the tag song The Good Brothers Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson have rejected new WWE deals and will leave the company. If you didn't know … Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson went to WWE in April 2016, along with much fanfare and hype due of their association with popular breakstable "The Bullet Club" and potential reunions with Finn Balor and AJ Styles, both former leaders in the stables. [19659020] Also read: 7 Superstars recently willingly removed from WWE While There were fleeting moments of a pseudo-Bullet Club formed in WWE, Anderson and Gallows failed to take off on WWE programming, with their latest appearance being February 5 in a losing effort against Shi nsuke Nakamura and Rusev. [embedded content] Human Heart Mike Johnson has suggested that Gallows and Anderson have been in several conversations with WWE, but that different sources within the company have told him that the call ended without any new business would be written. While Gallows, 35, and Anderson, 39, had several meetings with WWE about their future, we have been told by three sources over the past two days that the couple has phased out "several million dollars deals" from the company and to…

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9.27K //


09 Mar 2019, 05:42 IST

 ] Are the good brothers finished with WWE?

 Are the good brothers finished with WWE? Are the good brothers finished with WWE?

What is the story?

It seems that Dean Ambrose is not “T will be the only current WWE Superstar to look out his contract, with the company as new reports from Mike Johnson from PWInsider claiming that the tag song The Good Brothers Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson have rejected new WWE deals and will leave the company.

If you didn’t know …

Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson went to WWE in April 2016, along with much fanfare and hype due of their association with popular breakstable “The Bullet Club” and potential reunions with Finn Balor and AJ Styles, both former leaders in the stables. [19659020] Also read: 7 Superstars recently willingly removed from WWE

While There were fleeting moments of a pseudo-Bullet Club formed in WWE, Anderson and Gallows failed to take off on WWE programming, with their latest appearance being February 5 in a losing effort against Shi nsuke Nakamura and Rusev.

Human Heart

Mike Johnson has suggested that Gallows and Anderson have been in several conversations with WWE, but that different sources within the company have told him that the call ended without any new business would be written.

While Gallows, 35, and Anderson, 39, had several meetings with WWE about their future, we have been told by three sources over the past two days that the couple has phased out “several million dollars deals” from the company and to terminate after their current offer expires.

Johnson continued to say that the couple intends to leave the WWE desp it is the generous offerings of the company, because of how they have been booked in recent years, where Gallows and Anderson are mostly turned into live events.

From sources we have talked to, some of the reason why the couple is looking for exit is how they have been handled in recent years.

What’s next?

Gallows and Anderson become the latest in a long line of high-profile names that have been linked to request, or have really requested, their release from the company with The Revival, Dean Ambrose, Mike and Maria Bennett, Hideo Itami and Jim Ross all allegedly do it.


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