AEW All Out included one of the craziest ladder matches in the history of pro wrestling. It was a good send-off for the AAA Tag Team Titles.

The Young Bucks lost a brutal match to The Lucha Bros and then Ortiz and Santana made their debuts to make things even more memorable.

During the media scrum following All Out, The Young Bucks were asked about continuing their feud for the AAA Tag Team Titles. It seems like All Out was the last time we’ll be seeing those titles defended on an AEW show as Nick Jackson said:

“That’s a wrap for this show. We won’t be featuring that title on our shows anymore. We’re gonna focus on what matters now and that’s the All Elite Tag Team Champions.”


Matt Jackson continued saying that they don’t want to confuse their audience once they land on TNT. After all, you can have too many titles on a show. This is also a very good reason for sticking with their own AEW titles.

We will have to see whether The Young Bucks take another trip to AAA and challenge for the AAA Tag Team Titles, but it doesn’t seem like we’ll be seeing those belts on AEW’s upcoming TNT show.

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