Following their release from WWE back in April, it looks Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson have plenty of options elsewhere.
As noted last week, Impact Wrestling aired a commercial to promote their Slammiversary pay-per-view event, which featured footage of several WWE stars who were released and also previously worked in Impact.
Gallows and Anderson were shown despite them not previously working in Impact. Instead, the footage was from their time in Global Force Wrestling.
Dave Meltzer reported in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that the tag team is looking for what was described as two deals, one of that would be NJPW, which would be their main deal. They are also looking for a deal in the United States, with Impact Wrestling being in play.
Due to their non-compete clauses with WWE not expiring until mid-July, they can’t do anything until that time but since Slammiverary takes place a few days after the non-compete expires, it is possible that they could appear on the pay-per-view. There is no word on if there’s interest in them from All Elite Wrestling.