Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson have reportedly turned down new WWE contracts.
According to a PWInsider report, Gallows and Anderson met with WWE officials recently about their future. PWInsider were told by sources that over the course of the last few days, Anderson & Gallows have turned down “multi-million-dollar deals” to remain with the company.
The report pointed out that while Anderson and Gallows have been brought into television, they haven’t been booked on recent live events since initial meetings did not lead to a new deal. Their last match was on February 25th when they defeated Sanity at a SmackDown house show in Savannah, Georgia.
Dave Meltzer says there is nothing additional to report at this time about the ongoing contract situation. Their deals are up in late-September.
The duo signed with WWE in 2016 and made their debut in April, soon aligning themselves with AJ Styles as a trio called The Club, a play off their Bullet Club run in NJPW. The brand split separated them as they were kept on Raw while AJ Styles was sent to SmackDown.
They remained a part of the tag team title scene, winning the Raw tag team titles in January of 2017. They were moved to SmackDown as part of the 2018 Superstar Shake-up, and while they have made a few appearances on television over the last year, they have been mainly been working on house shows since then.