Luke Gallows recently spoke with FOX Sports to promote WrestleMania 33. During the interview, he was asked about Southpaw Regional Wrestling. Gallows stated that the concept of the show is 1980s southern regional wrestling promotion or territory and stuff that the Superstars have been doing for years backstage to entertain each other. He said that he knows his character, in particular, has been an ongoing thing for the better part of a decade and that it was him and the rest of the Superstar to take off the gloves and use their comedic style. He noted that the fans would see a lot of people step outside of the realm of what the fans see them do. “So it’s kind of a chance for everybody to let their hair down. I didn’t get to because I don’t have any, but everybody else. And we had a blast doing it, man.”
When asked about his second run with WWE being more enjoyable than the first run, he noted that he thinks that he has matured as a performer during his time in NJPW with Karl Anderson and that they found their niche with the Bullet Club. He noted that he then brought it to WWE with AJ Styles and Finn Balor. He noted that the faction grew and the fans not only accepted it but dug it. “It kind of got everybody over, and pushed us into or back into the WWE spotlight. I know all four of us have certainly been enjoying the ride, and there’s a lot more untapped potential there, so the sky’s the limit. We’re all looking forward to our WrestleMania moments come Orlando at the beginning of April.”
You can read the entire interview here.