Back on April 15, WWE released 37 Superstars including Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows. The releases came after the company announced they would be making cutbacks because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Reports in early June noted the wrestling behemoth tried to re-sign multiple former Superstars at a fraction of what they were previously making. No one took WWE up on their offer, and Karl Anderson recently revealed he has no plans to return to the company.
After a fan tweeted the former Raw Tag Team Champion saying he has likely been rehired by WWE, Anderson took exception to this and replied: "Absolutely F*****g Not. Quote that. Dumb ass."
The Good Brothers future lies outside of the wrestling behemoth and recent reports have noted they are looking to sign with two promotions. One of the companies is likely to be New Japan Pro-Wrestling, which will be their main promotion, but Machine Gun and Gallows are also hoping to wrestle in the United States in between tours, possibly in IMPACT Wrestling.