Karl Anderson has been preaching to fans and wrestlers that there are other options in professional wrestling besides WWE. In order to truly get his point across, he revealed on Twitter that he made $640,000 working for New Japan last year, which is higher than what most WWE stars make.
With all the controversy surrounding CM Punk and his departure from WWE, a rather interesting and possibly edited picture has surfaced online of the former world champion hanging out backstage with Karl Anderson, Prince Devitt, Luke Gallows and the Bullet Club, a stable making waves in Japan right now.
"'I can't believe that Mistico didn't make it in WWE.' Said nobody that knew the real deal.."
- Karl Anderson taking a jab at the release of Sin Cara
It looks like the decision to tour Japan has become a good career move for DOC, as the man formerly known as Luke Gallows in WWE has become a bit of a star there. He is currently teaming with Karl Anderson as the Bullet Club.
WWE star Tensai recently revealed through Twitter that he saved Karl Anderson, who has grown to become a big wrestling star overseas, from being fired by New Japan Pro Wrestling after his first tour with the company.