Released WWE Superstar Shows off insane body transformation

Published 07/09/2020, 2:43 AM EDT

Former WWE tag team champion Karl Anderson took to Instagram to showcase some insane transformation.


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However, it wasn’t about him, the transformation was of his buddy Luke Gallows.

The duo’s friendship goes a long way back. The good brothers first met each other at NJPW in Osaka, Japan.


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Gallows would join The Bullet Club, sowing the seeds of their friendship.

Within just a year of teaming up, the duo captured the IWGP tag team titles. They defended these coveted titles all around the world.

The Good Brothers were shoulder to shoulder in many indie promotions. They wrestled in shows in England, Germany, and many parts of the United States. And then in 2016, the big boys came calling.

In 2016, Anderson and Gallows attacked the Usos, announcing themselves to the WWE universe.

They went on to become two-time tag team champions and won the Tag team world cup in Saudi Arabia.

Unfortunately, they were recently among the many talents released by WWE due to financial losses caused by COVID-19.


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Karl Anderson reveals Luke Gallows’ insane transformation after leaving WWE

The COVID-19 Pandemic led to lockdown all over the world. During this time, people around the world are trying to make up for things they could never do.

People are also learning new skills or improving their existing skills.

Luke Gallows has taken full advantage of this lockdown time. Check out Karl Anderson’s Instagram post.


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Damn @the_biglg how much shit are you on? @talknshoppodcast @the_biglg @azucarroc #TalkNShopAManiaTapings

A post shared by Karl Anderson (@machinegunka) on Jul 6, 2020 at 5:06pm PDT


The tag team division in the WWE hasn’t been up to the mark for many years.

It makes one feel that WWE doesn’t give much attention to the tag team division. However, that feeling had changed some years back

In 2016, when Anderson and Gallows joined, the WWE universe felt different. The fans felt that WWE will now give tag team wrestling importance.

The vibe was similar to the attitude era with The Dudleyz, The Hardys, and Edge and Christian.

There was a breath of fresh air in the tag team division. Teams like Anderson and Gallows, American Alpha, The Revival as well as Enzo and Cass were ruling the roost across various brands of WWE.

The combination of these new teams with the existing New Day, The Usos, and returning Hardy boys looked mouth-watering.

Unfortunately, most of these teams are disbanded and some have left the company, meaning that the division is back to square one.


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As things stand, The Good Brothers are free agents and haven’t signed with any company yet. Many superstars like Luke Harper, The Revival, and Matt Hardy have joined rivals AEW.

There were rumors flying around that post the pandemic, WWE would re-sign many of the talents they released. Only time will tell whether the good brothers return to WWE or join another promotion.



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