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Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows Appear on AEW Dynamite

Karl Anderson Doc Gallows The Good Brothers

On tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Don Callis and AEW World Champion Kenny Omega were joined by familiar allies. During the show, IMPACT World Tag Team Champions Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows, collectively known as The Good Brothers, made their first appearance on AEW programming. Thus, the collaboration between All Elite Wrestling and IMPACT Wrestling continues.

In the main event, AEW World Champion Kenny Omega battled Rey Fenix. The high-flying half of The Lucha Brothers put on a spirited effort, using his fast-paced offense in order to keep the reigning champion at bay. However, Omega had not only his own experience but the backing of Don Callis. During the match, as it looked like Fenix had the advantage, Callis provided the distraction. This allowed Omega to catch Fenix. After a series of V-Triggers, knee strikes, and finally, the One-Winged Angel, Omega put Fenix away.

Post-match, Callis revealed that Fenix’s allies, Penta El Zero M and Pac, were previously attacked backstage by Eddie Kingston and his faction. A fallen Fenix had no choice but to watch the footage. As Omega looked like he was set to finish off Fenix, an irate Jon Moxley stormed the ring, barbed wire baseball bat and all. Frustrated over losing his AEW World Championship late last year, Moxley took his frustrations out on Omega as Callis watched on helplessly. This prompted the arrival of The Good Brothers, the IMPACT World Tag Team Champions, who made their way into the ring to blindside Moxley. Gallows and Anderson then hoisted Moxley up, executing the Magic Killer.

This resulted in a series of AEW stars storming the ring in order to ward off The Good Brothers, who dispatched of them. Omega joined in on Anderson and Gallows’ attacks on Moxley, showing his allegiance toward his former Bullet Club allies. Finally, The Young Bucks charged the ring, attempting to cease the attacks and talk reason into Omega. In the center of the ring, Omega, Anderson, and Gallows threw up the “too sweet” hand motion. They turned their gaze toward Matt and Nick Jackson, both of whom appeared hesitant. Reluctantly so, The Young Bucks joined them in the group “too sweet” salute.

Stay tuned to Last Word on Pro Wrestling for more on this and other stories from around the world of wrestling, as they develop. You can always count on LWOPW to be on top of the major news in the wrestling world, as well as to provide you with analysis, previews, videos, interviews, and editorials on the wrestling world. You can catch AEW Dynamite Wednesday nights at 8 PM ET on TNT and AEW DARK Tuesday nights at 7 PM ET on YouTube.

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