WWE does not seem to want to use more Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson currently, and the latter on their side might well go elsewhere if the grass is greener in the very near future.
The PWInsider website indicates that the two wrestlers have refused to renew the contracts that bind them to the WWE. New contracts that according to the information site were valued at “several million dollars” had yet been proposed. Their current contracts would end next September.
This refusal unsurprisingly follows a dissatisfaction with their low use at WWE and their absence on television and on house shows since last month would follow negotiations that would not have succeeded.
ABSENT SINCE LAST MONTH
The last television appearance of Gallows and Anderson dates back to February 5, when wrestlers played against Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura, and their last WWE match against SAnitY in house show on February 25.
Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson had signed at WWE with Shinsuke Nakamura and AJ Styles in January 2016 and made their direct debut at Monday Night RAW in April, joining AJ Styles to form The Club, alluding to the Bullet Club they were part of. They have since been once RAW team champions in 2017.