Following their release from WWE this past April, Doc(Luke) Gallows and Karl Anderson have been both been teased on making an appearance at Impact Wrestling’s Slammiversary pay-per-view.
Impact has aired vignettes featuring the former WWE tag-team, alongside other talent who were part of recent released.
According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, Impact Wrestling is heavily pursuing the pair to work for the promotion, and has offered them a strong deal.
The deal would allow the team to work in the United States for Impact Wrestling, as well as return to japan to work for NJPW, if the pair received an offer from that promotion.
Our sources say Impact has offered Gallows and Anderson incredibly strong deals that would allow them to work with New Japan once that’s a possibility, both in a legal sense and from a travel sense due to current COVID-19 restrictions.
Due to travel restrictions, as well as a non-compete clause from WWE, Gallows and Anderson cannot sign with any other promotion, or travel to Japan if offered a contract from NJPW.
Gallows and Anderson plan on making an announcement on July 18, when their WWE non-compete clauses come to an end.