Karl Anderson Wants Nothing to Do With WWE Anymore

Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows were part of a large group of superstars who were shown the door in April by WWE, following pay-cuts in response to the losses incurred due to the impact of COVID-19.

WWE put out a tweet recently hyping The Undertaker’s One Last Ride episode, which featured the story behind Undertaker’s match against AJ Styles, which included appearances from the Good Brothers.

Anderson retweeted it with a caption 18th July 2020, which is the date when his no-clause contract comes to an end, and also the date for IMPACT’s Slammiversary PPV, which is rumored to feature several stars from the released list.

Anderson responded ‘absolutely f**k*g not’ to a user who suggested that Anderson might be returning to WWE along with Gallows. The user cited a report which stated that certain stars are re-signing with WWE, but it seems Anderson won’t be putting pen to the paper for WWE anytime soon.

Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows signed with WWE in early 2016, joining their Bullet Club leader from NJPW, AJ Styles, in a major reunion. However, after lengthy unmemorable feuds and title reigns, the duo were surprisingly shown the door, a few days after they featured in the main event of WrestleMania 36.

Anderson and Gallows will be appearing on their Talk N’ Shop podcast to discuss their departure from the company on July 18th. It seems like the Machine Gun will be firing some nasty shots soon.