– Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson vs. WWE Hall of Famers The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express is currently planned for the November 25th WWE Starrcade live event in Greensboro, NC. WWE has not confirmed the match but they did cover the Twitter exchange between the two teams with this announcement:
Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson call out The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express for Starrcade 2017
Could a “good brother” showdown be on the horizon for WWE Starrcade 2017 in Greensboro, N.C.? A challenge from Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson has old school and new school fans buzzing with anticipation.
Gallows & Anderson took to Twitter to call out 2017 WWE Hall of Fame Inductees Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson, The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express, for the Thanksgiving weekend extravaganza.
While some may have thought The Club issued the challenge in jest, Ricky & Robert didn’t take it lightly.
Were this battle to take place, The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express would certainly have the homefield advantage. Morton & Gibson took part in two highly revered Steel Cage Matches at Starrcade in Greensboro – defeating Ivan & Nikita Koloff to win the NWA World Tag Team Championship in 1985 and successfully defending the gold against Ole & Arn Anderson in 1986.
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express are scheduled to appear at Starrcade’s return to Greensboro on Saturday, Nov. 25. Will Gallows & Anderson be there to confront them?
– Earlier we noted how Goldust fired back at two WWE fans on Twitter who were complaining about Bray Wyatt and his feud with Finn Balor. He wrote, “These kids are our future! Quit your b—hin. Suck it up and try and enjoy our product.”
The WWE veteran followed up with the following comments on fans enjoying the product:
Try and enjoy the product we put on for you. That’s all I’m saying. It’s a TV show. You’re not always gonna get what you want.
— Dustin Rhodes (@Goldust) September 28, 2017
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