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Luke Gallows. Image Credits: Twitter
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Luke Gallows Wants The Club vs. The Undisputed Era At Survivor Series

Former two time WWE Raw Tag Team Champion Luke Gallows recently said that he wanted Survivor Series classic elimination tag team matchup between the club and the Undisputed Era in his last WWE run.

Luke gallows went through a lot of giving changes during his professional wrestling career. After having a little spell on the independent circuit he came to WWE and he made his main roster debut as the fake Kane. Gimmick is still very much talked about among the fans. Even though the gimmick was a failure, it is rumoured that he was scheduled to be the next Kane and the imposter Kane was scheduled to be the real Kane.

Luke Gallows
Luke Gallows. Image Credits: Twitter

Luke Gallows Wants The Club vs. The Undisputed Era At Survivor Series

After the failure of the gimmick, he was repackaged as Festus. This gimmick however was loved by the fans and it was something quite unique back then. But even this gimmick did not last long, soon he was repackaged as Luke Gallows.  To date he is carrying this gimmick only.

He became a member of one of the most famous stables in professional wrestling today; The Bullet Club. The gimmick was even carried WWE after they came to the promotion. They were known as The Club (with AJ Styles and Karl Anderson) in WWE.

Luke Gallows
Luke Gallows. Image Credits: Twitter

Recently he spoke on Q&A With Wrestling Daily where he Express his desire to face the Undisputed era in a survivor series classic elimination match up. He said;

“What we wanted was to do a big Survivor Series match with the four of us [Gallows, Karl Anderson, AJ Styles & Finn Balor], and if you remember, there was another tease that there was a time whenever it was The Shield, The Club and I think The New Day were in the shot too and that was a tease and we did a lot of cool sh*t with The New Day.

Luke Gallows
Luke Gallows. Image Credits: Twitter

“Those guys are all great. But The Shield tease, we had some matches but we never did like a big full Shield/Club program which I thought that could’ve been cool but I think people wanted to see AJ, Finn and The Good Brothers together and we thought a big Survivor Series matchup, we weren’t gonna run as a faction, would have been a really cool one-off to do that to put ‘em with — sh*t, I can’t think of the name of the team at the time but Kyle [O’Reilly] and Bobby [Fish] and Adam Cole — The Undisputed ERA.

“You know what I mean, we could have done something there or however it would’ve came about but to see all four of us together in one of those dream match scenarios I think would have been really cool for wrestling fans and I think they flirted with that idea but it’s maybe one of those WWE things where if it’s not fully their creation, sometimes they don’t fully wanna pull the trigger and hey, that’s how it works. It’s your company, do what you want. We can do it at Talk’n Shop A Mania though.”

H/T and transcribed by Post Wrestling

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Two WWE Raw Superstars Achieved Unique Record In 2019

2019 is over leaving behind a number of fallouts on WWE programming that in turn will set up the Royal Rumble 2020 angles in due course.

Meanwhile, the closing of the last year still leaves us in a state where we find out which superstars claimed to possess incredible achievements of their own. Another interesting thing was noted on the internet.

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As noted by the WWE Stats Twitter handle, an impressive statistic was mentioned regarding this decade. They managed to find out two Superstars who were involved in the first WWE program of 2010 and they eventually were part of the last show of 2019. It means they started the decade ten years ago and managed to hold it down until the end.

The two concerned superstars are Drew McIntyre and Luke Gallows who both competed on the final WWE RAW of 2019 as well as the oast decade.

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Gallows were part of the Straight Edge Society back in 2010 working on SmackDown whereas McIntyre was the chosen one by Vince McMahon to go for big things. Here’s what the source has actually noted,

“Superstars who had a match on the first @WWE TV show of 2010 (SmackDown 1/1/10) and the final #WWE TV show of 2019 (#RAW 12/30/19): Drew McIntyre & Luke Gallows.”

The more interesting part is that both of them left WWE for years before coming back. Gallows were part of the New Japan Wrestling Promotion whereas Drew McIntyre became Drew Galloway performing for the Impact Wrestling promotion. Now they are enjoying their time as WWE Superstars, once again.

Drew McIntyre picked up back to back squash win on WWE Raw to send a straight message to the WWE locker room claiming that 2020 will be named after him.

Gallows is pretty busy at this point dealing in the tag team title picture. He and his partner Karl Anderson will feature in a triple threat tag team matchup which also features The Street Profits and the champions, The Viking Raiders.