They’ll be around. One of the biggest WWE stories of the last several months has been the return of several wrestlers after their releases from the company the previous year. It can mean a lot to have these wrestlers back, especially when some of them did not leave on the best of terms. Two wrestlers in particular are back with the company and now we know a little more about it.
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Last year, the Good Brothers (Karl Anderson/Luke Gallows) returned to WWE to help AJ Styles in his feud with the Judgment Day. According to Fightful Select, the team signed five years deals with WWE, keeping them under contract until 2027. New hirings are usually on three years deals but WWE COO Triple H was reportedly offering the team longer deals to make up for the team being released in 2020.
The team is good. Check out some of their time in WWE:
Opinion: That is a different way to go and it might wind up working well for WWE. If nothing else, other wrestlers might be interested in the chance at a longer deal than usual. I’m not sure how likely that is going to be for everyone, but the Good Brothers were at least big names. If nothing else, it is nice to have the team back for a long time after their sudden departures back in 2020.
What do you think of the team? How will they do in their second WWE run? Let us know in the comments below.
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