Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson Reveal Scott D'Amore's Reaction To Preacher Gimmick From Impact On AXS: "He Didn't Think It Was Funny"

During the latest episode of their Talk'N'Shop podcast IMPACT superstars Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows, better known as the Good Brothers, revealed that head executive Scott D'Amore was not a big fan of their Southern Preacher gimmick that they tested a few weeks ago on Impact on AXS. The former tag team champions story can be heard in the highlights below.

How the gimmick started:

KARL ANDERSON: “We came out on IMPACT and we’re doing a full blown preacher gimmick. We’re praising the lord.”

LUKE GALLOWS: “We feel the power of the lord flowing through our bodies!”

On Scott D'Amore's reaction:

KARL ANDERSON: “We’re walking and talking, doing a promo, and Gallows is gone full-blown preacher from the southern baptist world. Now, he has an accent. We get to the back and Scott D’Amore goes, ‘When the f*** did you guys [become] preachers?'”

LUKE GALLOWS: “He goes, ‘I thought I signed the bad ass New Japan Bullet Club, not Sex Furgerson and Chadd 2 Badd.’ I said, ‘Sex Ferguson and Chadd 2 Badd don’t practice this kind of religion. You need to clean your show up. I think this is great.’ He didn’t think it was funny. He said, ‘You’ve got to tell me when you’re going to try s*** like that.'”

KARL ANDERSON: “He said, ‘I’m glad you guys took a chance, but when I look down at the screen and see the Machine Gun and Big LG talking in a country accent and praising God, you just gotta let me know.’ ‘Sorry, boss.'”

(H/T and transcribed by Fightful)