Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows aka ‘The Good Brothers’ are the current Impact Tag Team Champions. However, the duo never misses an opportunity to troll WWE because of their contempt for the company.
Recently, former WWE writer, producer, and current personal writer for The Rock and his production company, Brian Gewirtz took to Twitter and spoke about how ludicrous Raw looks nowadays. He felt the way wrestlers are declaring themselves for WWE is stupid.
Karl Anderson quickly retweeted the post and added his own hilarious turn to it. Not only he warned Gewirtz of driving himself insane if he thinks too much, but he also declared The Good Brothers into the Royal Rumble.
He also tagged Impact Wrestling and AEW in the tweet. On Saturday, The Good Brothers and AEW World Champion Kenny Omega defeated Rich Swann, Chris Sabin, and Moose in the main event of Impact Wrestling’s Hard To Kill pay-per-view.
In 2019, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, and AJ Styles received contracts from AEW. However, all of them decided to stay in WWE.
But last year in April, WWE fired Gallows and Anderson because of pandemic related budget cuts. The sudden firing not only surprised the world but also shattered the confidence of the duo.
“I hate to admit this, but I think there was a point in WWE where we had a loss of confidence,” Anderson told Sports Illustrated.
“But I can promise you that the confidence is back. We needed to get out of that environment to remind ourselves who we really are and what we can be. Right now, we’re on top of our game. It feels that way to us, and hopefully, it shows.”
However, The Good Brothers have apparently put the past behind them. They even joked about not receiving their Slammys for being in The Undertaker vs AJ Styles Boneyard match at WrestleMania 36.
“We don’t have any sour grapes about WWE, except that they forgot to mail us our Slammy Award for Match of the Year. Maybe the mail is slow. I’m still waiting on that. But we’re focused on right now,” said Gallows.
The duo said they are grateful to Impact for keeping faith in them. What did you think of The Good Brothers’ run in Impact till now? Let us know in the comments below.