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“We don’t have any sour grapes about WWE” – Former RAW Tag Team Champions

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• “We don’t have any sour grapes about WWE” – Former RAW Tag Team Champions

The Good Brothers were released from WWE during the first round of budget cuts in April last year, and got signed by IMPACT Wrestling a few months later.

Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson are now the IMPACT World Tag Team Champions in the company.

Speaking to Sports Illustrated, The Good Brothers revealed if they are unhappy with their WWE run.

Anderson said:

“I hate to admit this, but I think there was a point in WWE where we had a loss of confidence. But I can promise you that the confidence is back. We needed to get out of that environment to remind ourselves who we really are and what we can be. Right now, we’re on top of our game. It feels that way to us, and hopefully, it shows.”

Gallows added:

“We don’t have any sour grapes about WWE, except that they forgot to mail us our Slammy Award for Match of the Year (Boneyard Match at WrestleMania 36). Maybe the mail is slow. I’m still waiting on that.

But we’re focused on right now. We’re the IMPACT Wrestling Tag Team Champions, Hard to Kill is going to be a banger of a pay-per-view, we’re in the middle of ‘Wrestle Week’ on AXS TV, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see some more fallout from us and Kenny Omega on Dynamite.”

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Ernest “The Cat” Miller celebrates his 57th birthday today.

The former Karate / Kickboxing World Champion joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1997 during the famous Monday Night Wars and wrestled for the promotion till it was bought by the World Wrestling Federation in 2001.

Ernest didn’t join the WWF right away as he still had an AOL Time Warner contract, so he decided to stay at home, till he joined the now renamed WWE in late 2002.


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