The Club Pulled From WWE Shows, Vince McMahon Not A Fan Of Call Up

The Club Pulled From WWE Shows, Vince McMahon Not A Fan Of Call Up. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson pulled from upcoming house shows. VKM doesn't like EC3.

There are a ton of rumors swirling around Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson’s future with the WWE. Reports have surfaced indicating that both superstars have rejected recent deals brought forth from the company, and while it seems as if all three parties are in negotiations, the WWE might be playing a little hard ball as, according to PW Insider, the Club has been pulled from upcoming WWE live events.

According to the report, this decision was made because the duo turned down a five-year deal extension. Having said that, the WWE and the Good Brothers seem to be “in discussion” around their contracts, so maybe there is light at the end of this tunnel. After all, Karl Anderson posted a video on Twitter of his son stating that fans shouldn’t always believe everything that they read, recently; however, the fact that Gallows and Anderson have been pulled from future house shows is undeniably an interesting development in this story.


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– EC3 was recently called up from NXT, along with some other talents, at the beginning of the new year; however, other than a few matches with Dean Ambrose, the talent hasn’t really done too much on the main roster. While there are others backstage who would love to see him in a prominent role within one of the main roster brands, one very important person doesn’t seem to be a fan is none other than WWE’s Chairman, Vincent Kennedy McMahon.


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According to Wrestling News, VKM doesn’t see anything for the former Impact Champion at this current time, and while there may be some officials who see EC3 as a potential major player on either Monday Night RAW or SmackDown LIVE, it’s ultimately up to Vince, and he’s not too high on EC3 right now.

Here’s hoping that EC3 or the WWE Universe can change McMahon’s mind and soon.

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