Report: Stipulation In Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson's WWE Contracts Revealed
The Good Brothers had a novel clause added to their WWE contracts
It appears as though Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson negotiated a unique stipulation in their WWE contracts.
After the duo were absent from the Royal Rumble, as well as the Raw taping the night after, some people began to wonder about their status with the company. According to Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp, The Good Brothers have a clause in their contract stipulating that they don't need to be present if there are no plans to use them.
Making the comments while hosting a recent episode of The Extreme Life of Matt Hardy podcast, Sapp said:
"People were asking why The Good Brothers were not at the Rumble or at Raw. In their new deals they said if you're not going to use us, we don't want to be there. Just don’t send us there. [With] all due respect we will do our jobs but we don't want to be there for not being used, and WWE said okay."
This has not always been the case, as talent in the past could be brought to tapings despite not being used for months at a time.
Gallows and Anderson reportedly signed five-year deals with WWE in October.