Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson Reportedly Sign Long-Term WWE Deals (Updated)
It looks like The Club may be sticking around for the long haul.
The contractual future of Luke Gallows and “Machine Gun” Karl Anderson has been a source of great speculation for quite some time, but according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the Bullet Club originals have either agreed to sign, or have already signed new long-term contracts with WWE.
The two reunited with AJ Styles this past Monday night on Raw, after teasing it over the past couple of weeks, leading to a major heel turn at the expense of U.S. Champion Ricochet.
The Observer also noted that this is not a situation like with The Revival, who wanted out of their WWE contracts earlier this year, and the company has been giving them more attention and even title wins in an attempt to make them happy and get them locked down to new long-term deals.
The Club members have reportedly already committed to staying, and are fulling invested in the new program with Styles. It’s believed that their new contracts expire at some point in 2024.
Dave Meltzer has confirmed that Gallows and Anderson have now officially signed new five-year contracts with WWE. While an official amount was never specified, it was reported that the new contracts are for “bigger offers than people think,” and that the offers they had previously turned down were for $500,000.
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