IMPACT's Scott D'Amore Wasn't A Fan Of The Good Brothers' Preacher Gimmick

Less hallelujahs going forward?

Scott D'Amore wasn't a fan of The Good Brothers' new preacher gimmick.

Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson debuted the new personas on last week's edition of IMPACT Wrestling and they gave plenty of praise to the lord, while mixing in a number of amens and hallelujahs for good luck.

The gimmick may have just been a one week deal, though, as The Good Brothers revealed on Talk'n Shop that IMPACT EVP Scott D'Amore wasn't the biggest fan of the change. 

Anderson said: "We're walking and talking, doing a promo, and Gallows is gone full-blown preacher from the southern baptist world. Now, he has an accent. We get to the back and Scott D'Amore goes, 'when the f*ck did you guys preachers?'"

"He goes, 'I thought I signed the badass New Japan Bullet Club, not Sex Ferguson and Chadd 2 Badd.' I said, 'Sex Ferguson and Chadd 2 Badd don't practice this kind of religion. You need to clean your show up. I think this is great.' He didn't think it was funny. He said, 'You've got to tell me when you're going to try sh*t like that,'" Gallows added.

Anderson then finished off with: "He said, 'I'm glad you guys took a chance, but when I look down at the screen and see the Machine Gun and Big LG talking in a country accent and praising God, you just gotta let me know.' 'Sorry, boss.'"

H/T to Fightful

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