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Karl Anderson Talks IMPACT ‘Invasion’ of AEW Dynamite

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Kenny Omega, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Don Callis and The Young Bucks all reunited on this past week’s episode of AEW Dynamite.

The ‘Bullet Club’ reunion, although not being addressed as such on IMPACT or AEW, added an extra layer to the IMPACT vs AEW ‘war’ that is starting to pick up massively. With The Young Bucks joining the group it adds an extra layer of intrigue; two of the Executive Vice Presidents of All Elite are now teaming with the head of IMPACT Wrestling Don Callis? This could go anywhere from here.

On this week’s episode of Talk’n Shop, Karl Anderson would discuss how The Good Brothers arrived in Florida to invade Dynamite. Anderson and Gallows appeared at the end of the broadcast, after Omega had defeated Rey Fenix and defended his AEW Championship.

Karl Anderson on AEW Locker Room

‘No, no, no [they knew]’ Karl Anderson stated on the podcast, discussing how the talent backstage at AEW knew they’d be appearing. ‘I guess that’s the difference of the time right? Because there was a couple’¦I guess there was a couple marks at the hotel here and there?’

Anderson then discussed how the invasion wasn’t leaked online. ‘We came in and there might have only been one or two in the hotel? I don’t know how they didn’t see us? Maybe they just are a part of the game, and didn’t want to leak it? I almost think it was probably expected at some point, but where we are in the world right now? It’s just easy to surprise I guess.’

Co-host Rocky Romero would ask Gallows and Anderson if they intend on returning to AEW Dynamite this week. The duo simply said ‘wait for the show.’

credit to SEScoops for the transcription

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