IMPACT Wrestling recently held both nights of their Lone Star Stampede television tapings over the weekend, with several newsworthy occurances taking place.
At the tapings, Mike Bennett and Matt Taven of the OGK defeated the Good Brothers, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson, to win the IMPACT Tag Team Championship. The following night, the Motor City Machine Guns defeated the Good Brothers in what was their final scheduled appearance for the company.
The Good Brothers are reportedly set to focus more on the New Japan Pro Wrestling product going forward, with work also already being made on their ‘Talkin’ Shop A Mania 3′ pay-per-view.
Per PWInsider, there had been overtures from WWE to Gallows and Anderson (the Vince McMahon regime, not the new Triple H one), but talks between the two sides fizzled out, due to the duo already being burnt by the company once. Gallows and Anderson signed a five-year extension with WWE back in 2019, preventing them from leaving for AEW as the show was set to premiere.
The team were then cut shortly after WrestleMania 36 in 2020, with the Boneyard match being their final appearance in the company. This meant that the Good Brothers weren’t going to return on the cheap, which led to talks between the two sides fizzling out.
This could of course change with the new WWE regime.
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