The Good Brothers Returns On WWE RAW Season Premiere

The Good Brothers Returns On WWE RAW Season Premiere

The Good Brothers Returns On WWE RAW Season Premiere – As we spoiled earlier today, The Good Brothers, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows, made their return to WWE during tonight’s RAW Season Premiere.

Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson returned to re-join AJ Styles as The OC. This happened after The Judgment Day attacked Rey Mysterio and after Finn Balor made one final offer to join his stable.

Styles teased that he would join Finn and The Judgment Day but it was a swerve to announce Gallows and Anderson’s return. A brawl broke out around ringside and the segment ended with Styles, Gallows and Anderson standing tall.

Gallows and Anderson finished up with Impact Wrestling at the August 27 TV tapings, losing to The Motor City Machine Guns. This loss came the day after they dropped the Impact World Tag Team Titles to Matt Taven and Mike Bennett. Their Impact contracts actually expired in July, but they agreed to work more dates. They planned to focus on NJPW, at least through Wrestle Kingdom in January, and there were early plans for Anderson to defend his NEVER Openweight Title in a top match at the annual event in Tokyo.

WWE actually made overtures to The Good Brothers before former Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon retired in July. Those talks reportedly fizzled when Gallows and Anderson made it clear that they were not interested in returning for anything less than a high financial premium. Now talks have opened back up under the new regime.

The Good Brothers Returns On WWE RAW

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