Former WWE stars Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson confirm signing with Impact Wrestling

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Former WWE Superstars Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson confirmed Friday night that they have officially signed with Impact Wrestling. In a live video before an interview with Pro Wrestling Sheet Ryan Satin, the pair appeared in an Impact Wrestling ring before Saturday night Slammiversary Event. Gallows looked at the camera and said, “The rumors are true. The buzz on the internet was ok. We have officially signed with Impact Wrestling. According to Satin, the duo have signed two-year agreements that also give them the freedom to work for New Japan Pro Wrestling.

” It’s midnight. We are live. And we’re going to be live on TV tonight for Slammiversary. It’s good brother’s time, baby! »Stem added. It has not been revealed which game they will be in on the pay-per-view.

The pair also confirmed that their own personal event, Talk N ‘Shop A-Mania, will take place on August 1st. Stars announced for the show will include Heath Slater, Enzo Amore, Mike & Maria Bennett and Rhino.

During the interview, the couple revealed that they had been in talks for AEW for almost six months and planned to be with the promotion when AEW Dynamite launched at TNT in October 2019. However, in the midst of this negotiation, Triple H dismissed the pair and simply asked “what do you want?” ”Regarding a new agreement, and ended up financially outbidding AEW’s best offer. The couple signed new lucrative multi-year contracts in 2019, to be released on April 15 with more than 30 other active wrestlers.

After a long and successful run in New Japan as a tag team, Gallows and Anderson joined WWE in April 2016. Over the next four years, the duo would win the Raw Tag team championships twice and work with d ‘former Bullet Club members Finn Balor and AJ Styles, but was never presented as a dominant team. Their last WWE appearance was at WrestleMania 36 during the Boneyard match between AJ Styles and The Undertaker.

Other topics covered in the interview included why they renamed themselves The OC, Rocky Romero’s attempt to re-sign the couple with New Japan, and their frustrations with Paul Heyman (whom they described as ” 100% full of bulls – “).
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