Things have certainly been getting interesting in the world of professional wrestling over the last few months, and there’s no telling who might be looking to part ways with WWE in the future.
PWInsider is reporting that the status of former Raw Tag Team Champions Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson was one of the big topics of conversation at the recent SmackDown Live tapings.
Their WWE contracts are set to expire in late September, and they’ve been approached about signing new deals.
Gallows and Anderson have had multiple meetings with WWE officials, and over the last two days the duo reportedly turned down “multi-million-dollar deals” and it’s being said that they intend to part ways with the company when their contracts expire.
Part of the reason why Gallows and Anderson are looking to leave has to do with how they’ve been used over the last few years.
One source also claimed that while they have been brought to TV, Gallows and Anderson aren’t currently being booked on live events moving forward following meetings that didn’t result in a new deal being signed.
Gallows and Anderson will be in demand when they become free agents and companies such as AEW, ROH, Impact Wrestling and NJPW would likely have interest in them.
Anything can change before their deals expire, but the talk among the other wrestlers is that they’ll be looking to work elsewhere.