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Triple H To Partner With An Interesting Trio During WWE's Tour Of Japan

WWE reveals Triple H will be partnering up with AJ Styles, Luke Gallows, and Karl Anderson during upcoming Japanese tour.

While none of us can know for certain, we would hazard to guess that the WWE locker room is a pretty tense place to be right now. A number of Superstars want out of their contracts and since there is now a seemingly viable option to jump to, they're not afraid to vocalize their displeasure on social media. Some of the main culprits include Sasha Banks and The Revival.

WWE has seemingly been trying to remedy some of the issues backstage in peculiar ways. For instance, The Revival won the Raw Tag Team Titles shortly after rumors surfaced that they were unhappy. Now they find themselves helping Shane McMahon every week. WWE obviously sees that as a step up. Whether Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder agree with that sentiment is something else entirely.

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Judging by news revealed via WWE Japan this week, it would seem as if Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson are about to get the same treatment. It has been revealed that The Good Brothers will be teaming with Triple H on an upcoming WWE tour of Japan. Anderson, Gallows, and The Game will team up with AJ Styles to take on four heel Superstars.

Not only is this likely WWE's way of trying to keep Gallows and Anderson sweet, but it will also massively help Triple H too. By pairing himself up with the former Bullet Club members, WWE's COO is basically guaranteeing he gets a great reaction on the tour. Whether doing this will be enough to keep The Good Brothers under WWE's banner, well, we'll have to wait and see.

Anderson and Gallows' appearances on TV haven't necessarily been few and far between, but it has been a while since they were given something of any substance to work with. It seemed as if we might get a rivalry between the two of them after they (sort of) squabbled over the 24/7 Title. So far, we are yet to see that escalate any further. Who knows? Maybe after siding with Triple H and Styles in Japan, we could see a lot more of them on TV.

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