Meaning Behind “#GB 4 Life” On Gallows & Anderson’s WWE Gear; New Theme Song Released

During yesterday’s edition of Monday Night Raw, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson were sporting white jackets with the phrase “#GB 4 Life” written on them. These white jackets were similar looking to the white jackets they wore at New Japan Pro Wrestling’s WrestleKingdom 10 this past January. The exception being that the ones they wore at WrestleKingdom 10 said “#BC 4 Life” in reference to The Bullet Club.

Many wrestling fans were speculating on social media last night as to what the “GB” meant and if it was their new tag team (or future faction) name. While that may still be the case, the identity of the “GB” has been revealed and by none other than Gallow’s wife, Amber Gallows.

Gallows and Anderson’s official theme song titled “Omen In The Sky” has also been released via WWE’s YouTube channel. You can listen below as Gallows and Anderson includes the video it in their tweets after last night’s Raw; in their tweets they commented on their WWE in-ring debut as a team.

Mark’s reaction: Gallows and Anderson’s new theme is no Biscuits and Gravy, but I guess it’ll have to do. Yes… that’s sarcasm. I think they’ve got a pretty cool theme song. I’m sure it will grow on me even more as time goes on. As far as the “Good Brothers” go, I don’t think it’ll be their tag team name nor do I think it’ll be the name of a faction down the road. It just doesn’t sound as menacing as I would prefer it to be. Then again, I wasn’t a big fan of the name “The Shield” upon initially hearing it, but now I love it.

Do you like Gallows and Anderson’s new theme song? Would you like their tag team or faction name to be Good Brothers? Let us know in the comment section below.

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