Ryan Satin of ProWrestlingSheet.com is reporting that Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson have been offered deals by Impact Wrestling that are hard to refuse, deals that would also allow them to freely work in New Japan Pro Wrestling.
Anderson has never worked for Impact Wrestling but Gallows spent two years with TNA between 2011 and 2013 using the name D.O.C and was a part of the Aces & Eights stable. Both of them were also close to signing with Impact before their WWE arrival in 2016.
The ability to work for New Japan Pro Wrestling as well might be too good to turn down and offers like this don’t come very often. Gallows and Anderson have enjoyed a long and successful career in NJPW and both have made it clear that they would love to return.
The pair, who were released in April after last year signing a new five-year deal with WWE, were last seen in the main event of night one of WrestleMania 36, helping AJ Styles in his boneyard match against The Undertaker.
Their 90-day no-compete clause expires in mid-July, perfect timing to debut at the Slammiversary pay-per-view on July 18.