Good Brothers Make Their AEW In-Ring Debut On Dynamite
It took longer than expected, but The Good Brothers made their AEW debut Wednesday night on Dynamite.
The Impact Tag Team Champions teamed with AEW World Champion Kenny Omega in a win over the Varsity Blondes and Danny Limelight -- a preview of their six-man tag team match against Impact World Champion Rich Swann and the Motor City Machine Guns this Saturday on the Impact Hard To Kill pay-per-view.
Omega and Don Callis were backstage with the Young Bucks in preparation for Wednesday's match. Callis said they would see the Bucks out there, but when he and Omega got to the ring, Callis instead introduced the "World Tag Team Champions" and Omega's "best friends", the Good Brothers. Omega, the Brothers and the Bucks had reformed their faction on last week's Dynamite as a callback to their Bullet Club days.
After the match, Jon Moxley ran out and attacked Omega but the numbers were just too much. The Lucha Bros came out to even the odds and a brawl ensued which brought out the Bucks. They tried to calm down Moxley and the Bros superkicked them instead. The brawl continued and Callis and Omega slinked away while surveying the chaotic scene.
In the summer of 2019, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson re-upped with WWE when it was thought they would sign with the still-developing AEW, referenced in this July 2020 BTE. They were released last April as part of the WWE pandemic cuts and signed with Impact in a June 2020 deal that allows them to also work for New Japan Pro Wrestling.