Luke Gallows believes that The Young Bucks absolutely have to come to WWE if they want to make their mark and go down in wrestling history.
While WWE currently seems to be in the business of picking up any and all of the greatest wrestlers from all around the world right now, there are a couple that they can't seem to quite pin down. Kenny Omega is the big one of course who is continuing his plight to make New Japan Pro Wrestling a global brand and British star Will Ospreay is also very happy with his current lot in Japan.
The other big act that stands out is The Young Bucks. Matt and Nick Jackson are widely regarded as one of the best tag teams in the world right now but it seems as if going to WWE is the last thing they want to do. The brothers have appeared in WWE as enhancement talent and even had a tryout but have never officially been WWE Superstars.
Luke Gallows is a tag team wrestler who has taken a slightly different path to The Bucks. The good brother wrestled in WWE very early on in his career and then left to broaden his horizons. Gallows is now back alongside Karl Anderson and recently told Sky Sports that he is of the firm belief that The Young Bucks should join them.
"If you want to make your mark in sports entertainment, if you want your name to go down in the annals of sports entertainment history, you absolutely have to come to WWE," Gallows believes. As great a time as wrestlers like The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega are having in New Japan and Ring Of Honor right now the former Raw Tag Team Champion has a point. If you want to reach that next level it does have to be as a WWE Superstar.
For Gallows, things look to be on the up. Since he and Anderson signed for WWE they haven't really been given that big opportunity to make their mark just yet. That opportunity could be coming soon though as they have been reunited with Finn Balor who led them during their Bullet Club days to form the Balor Club. If booked right, there could be big angles ahead for the trio.
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