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WWE/AEW News: Former Raw Tag Team Champion makes an interesting comment on Double or Nothing

Soumik Datta
ANALYST
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4.98K   //    26 May 2019, 12:50 IST

Double or Nothing was historic!
Double or Nothing was historic!

What's the story?

All Elite Wrestling's first-ever show, Double or Nothing, has sent quite the shockwaves throughout the entire world of Professional Wrestling and wrestling stars from all around the globe have now reacted to AEW's historical pay-per-view.

Former Raw Tag Team Champion, Karl Anderson also sent out an interesting message in regards to Double or Nothing.

In case you didn't know...

Prior to signing with WWE in 2016, Karl Anderson established himself as one of the best wrestler's to have competed in New Japan Pro Wrestling.

During his time with NJPW, Anderson was a vital part of the legendary Bullet Club faction along with current AEW Executive Vice-Presidents, The Young Bucks.

Anderson, along with Luke Gallows, represented the Bullet Club and were the group's mainstay heavyweight tag team.

Whereas, The Young Bucks represented the Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Division for the Bullet Club and won the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Titles on 7 different occasions.

In 2016, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows signed with the WWE and eventually went on to win the Raw Tag Team Championships, however, following WrestleMania 33, Anderson and Gallows weren't really used to their full potential.

The heart of the matter

At AEW: Double or Nothing, The Young Bucks successfully defended their AAA World Tag Team Championships in a highly competitive match against former champions The Lucha Bros.

The match itself received high praises from all around the wrestling world and several top wrestling stars took to social media and credited both the teams for revitalizing tag team wrestling, as well.

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One other tag team specialist, in the form of Karl Anderson, also took to Twitter and gave his thoughts on AEW: Double or Nothing, as the man formerly known as 'The Machine Gun' stated that he misses "those #Boys", clearly referencing his former Bullet Club stablemates The Young Bucks.

What's next?

Following the success of Double or Nothing, All Elite Wrestling is now preparing for Fyter Fest. Whereas, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows' current WWE contracts expire in September, will The Good Brothers make a jump to AEW instead? Only time will tell.

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