With The Good Brothers seemingly looking for pastures new, Finn Balor believes that the door would be open for them to return to WWE.
After dropping the IMPACT Wrestling Tag Team Championships to Matt Taven and Mike Bennett at the latest set of television tapings, it is believed that Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson’s time with the company may be at an end, with talk that their contracts have expired.
Speaking to Inside The Ropes’ Alex McCarthy for talkWRESTLING ahead of WWE Clash At The Castle Finn Balor, who knows The Good Brothers well from their time together in WWE and as Bullet Club members, feels that a return to WWE could well be on the cards.
Listen, I’m sure the opportunity for those guys to return to WWE will happen. You know, they have all the talent in the world. They’ve proven themselves all over the world in every promotion at every level. And you know, they can do it. So I’m sure once the time is right, they’ll be back.
The Good Brothers were released by WWE in April 2020, and joined IMPACT Wrestling as soon as they were able to once their non-compete clause expired. They’ve gone on to be three-time Tag Team Champions with the organisation, picking up the titles the final time at Slammiversary 2022.
The duo have also appeared elsewhere in that time, notably for New Japan Pro Wrestling, winning the Tag Team Turbulence Tournament in July 2021 as well as Karl Anderson currently holding the NEVER Openweight Championship.
A return to WWE could see a reunion with either Finn Balor or AJ Styles, both of which The Good Brothers worked alongside in their previous run in an attempt to work off the success of The Bullet Club.