AJ Styles On The Reformation Of The Club With Luke Gallows And Karl Anderson

AJ Styles has had quite the WWE career. Showing up at the Royal Rumble hot off the heels of being the leader of the Bullet Club. AJ was positioned as a main event wrestler right away, feuding with John Cena less than 8 months after his debut. AJ was joined by Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows calling themselves The Club. The Club made their mark by beating up John Cena and turning “Beat Up John Cena” into a catchphrase.

When AJ was drafted to Smackdown Live! He was separated from Gallows and Anderson. Since the. AJ has become World Champion and prominently featured, while Anderson and Gallows have floundered as a team. Floundering so badly in fact, that they still have not re-signed with the company, and their contracts are up before the end of the year.

AJ Styles was interviewed by Newsweek, and one question he was posed was if he thought The Club would reunite.

If it were up to me, we’d be together right now. Those two and myself, we have chemistry, man. It’s not something you can teach. And they can be very entertaining. Who knows? Maybe soon we’ll be back together again and put on some entertaining matches. But who knows when that’ll be. I would love to be back with those guys.


The window for a reunion is quickly closing. Time will tell if they get a bit of a run together before The Good Brothers part ways with the company.

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