The non-compete clause is now up for the WWE talent that was released a few months ago and two of them have revealed where they will be landing.
Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows (fka Luke Gallows in WWE) have revealed that they have signed with Impact Wrestling. They also revealed that they will be appearing at Slammiversary as well. You can view the announcement in the tweet below from the official Immpact Wrestling Twitter account that contains the tag team announcing the signing.
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) July 18, 2020
Gallows and Anderson also revealed that the deal is for 2 years and they will be allowed to work dates in NJPW.
S.A.M.’s Spiel: This is a very good signing by Impact because they are in need of tag teams for their division. They really only have two teams, so Gallows and Anderson should be shot right to the top of the division. I would imagine many were expecting them to announce signing with AEW or NJPW but I think working with Impact is the right move for them. It will be interesting to see what they do at Slammiversary and I would imagine people will tune in so they can see if any other former WWE talent may show up.