News that Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows had officially signed new WWE contracts broke over the weekend, ending a months-long saga that started with the duo turning down a reported multi-million dollar set of deals earlier in the year.
Several new details have now arrived via PW Insider. The first is that as well as the promise of a major push alongside AJ Styles, a "ridiculously amazing" financial offer convincing the Good Brothers to stick around for the next five years, with their new deals not set to expire until 2024.
On top of this, it has also been confirmed that both NJPW and AEW were interested in signing the follically-challenged duo before they committed their futures to WWE. This shouldn't come as a big surprise as AEW have made promoting tag team wrestling a priority, and they have a lengthy history in New Japan, where, as Bullet Club members, they held the IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Championships on three separate occasions.
Good on Anderson and Gallows for seemingly securing a big payday. Here's hoping their push lasts, that this Club run goes longer than previous attempts, and that they're happy with their decision.
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