The Good Brothers were fired from WWE on April 15. They were surprised by their releases at the time considering their participation with AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36.
The Phenomenal was unable to protect them from a dismissal that was reportedly premeditated. Their release also caused Styles to request to be brought to SmackDown because he did not want to see Paul Heyman, who allegedly suggested they be removed.
Apparently there was hatred for Paul Heyman of Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows that continues to this day. They threw spikes at both Triple H and Paul Heyman about Being The Elite for being two Pauls who would never lie to them.
WWE had no time for good brothers
During his interview with Chris Van Vliet, Karl Anderson mentioned Ed Koskey, who was a WWE lead writer at the time of this story. Anderson didn’t want to bury him, but Big LG had no trouble sticking with a Koskey story.
“I remember that Ed Kosky was the main writer at the time and I don’t want to bury him, but what the hell does he know anyway?”
Gallows told a short story in which they approached Ed Koskey and asked him for a moment of his time. His answer was simply: “No.”
“Remember the time we were at the restoration and we said” Hi Ed, do you have a minute? “He says, ‘No, not really.’ Really?”
Chances are, Ed Koskey didn’t have time to talk to them was an indication of how Anderson and Gallows were viewed by the company.
Ed Koskey is now WWE’s Creative Vice President. Much has changed since the departure of The Good Brothers because Paul Heyman is gone. Chances are, Ed Koskey doesn’t have much time for them yet, especially after this interview.
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