Report: Talks Between Good Brothers And WWE Have 'Fizzled Out'

Talks between the Good Brothers and WWE have reportedly 'fizzled out'

The Good Brothers have finished up with IMPACT Wrestling following the company's most recent set of tapings, and the team of Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows will now focus on their New Japan Pro Wrestling commitments going forward. 

They will not, it seems, be making a return to WWE anytime soon. 

According to a report from PWInsider, there were discussions between the two sides but talks have since fizzled out. 

The report noted that it was the previous (Vince McMahon era) regime that made overtures to Gallows and Anderson, but that the Good Brothers weren't going to come back cheaply after having already been burnt by the company once before. 

The tag team re-signed with WWE in late 2019 for a substantial amount - opting against jumping to AEW - only to be released shortly after WrestleMania 36 was taped. Gallows and Anderson were subsequently very outspoken about the nature of their release, which had been attributed to 'budget cuts' owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The two-time Raw Tag Team Champions originally signed with WWE in early 2016. Anderson is the current NJPW NEVER Openweight Champion.

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