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Is Anderson the weak link of The Club?.

Is Karl Anderson being made to look like The Club's weak link?

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WWE made the executive decision a few months ago to sign Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson from New Japan Pro Wrestling and have since allowed the former Bullet Club members to link up with their team mate AJ Styles and be re-christened The Club. 

It has become apparent in WWE that there can not be a successful dominant faction without their being a weak link and sadly it seems that WWE have already decided that Karl Anderson will be the weak link of The Club, which given his technical ability is absolutely shocking. 

Anderson has been the one to take the pin in many of the multi-man matches that he and Luke Gallows have been apart of over the past few weeks, and with Styles heading towards the World Title, it seems Anderson could be the one cut adrift. 

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GALLOWS AND ANDERSON?

Anderson and Gallows have history that goes beyond their short time in WWE so many fans are already aware that Karl Anderson's wrestling ability is on the same level as AJ Styles himself if WWE give him the opportunity. 

Anderson is currently being overshadowed by his own tag team partner with the current feeling being that because Gallows is a big guy, WWE could have some big plans for him in the future. Which is slightly hypocritical given that Gallows has already been in WWE twice and WWE didn't do very much with him either time. 

AJ Styles could become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion on Sunday night so he will need the best from Gallows and Anderson and the hope is that WWE don't continue to make the smaller guy look like the weak link. 

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RECYCLING STORY LINES?

WWE is a big fan of recycling old story lines and it seems that The Club could go on to be one of the most dominant stables in WWE history, the last one obviously being The Shield. 

The on-going story line between The Shield and CM Punk towards the end of 2013 was that there was a weak link in The Shield and he was determined to find it. Sadly he left the company before the weak link was revealed, but it obviously wasn't going to be the biggest guy in the group because he is now the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. 

This led many fans to the belief that either Dean Ambrose or Seth Rollins were the weak link, and considering Rollins was the break out star of The Shield then it only leaves Ambrose who is currently WWE's most consistent performer. 

Looking at the way The Shield have progressed since their break up, perhaps it isn't a bad thing to be labeled as a weak link, but for a star that has the abilities of Karl Anderson, he does deserve better. 

IS ANDERSON THE WEAK LINK OF THE CLUB? COULD THIS HAVE IMPLICATIONS FOR THE GROUP GOING FORWARD? HAVE YOUR SAY IN THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW...

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