The Young Bucks and FTR have been engaged in a war of words since the Top Guys were the Revival in WWE. Now they are finally set to square off against each other at Full Gear, but it hasn’t been what FTR expected.
While speaking to Wrestle Talk, Dax Harwood was asked about the build for their feud with the Young Bucks. It hasn’t been the program that they expected. He also restated FTR’s mission in pro wrestling to show how important tag team wrestling can be.
“For so long, professional wrestling has kind of bastardized tag team wrestling and it’s been put on the backburner,” said Harwood. “We’re hoping that this isn’t the pinnacle of tag team wrestling. We hope it is the beginning of the build for tag team wrestling to show how important tag team wrestling is, to show what an integral part of tag team wrestling this can be.”
“To get to your question, the build hasn’t been exactly what I hope it would be, and maybe we won’t main event Full Gear, but we are going to guaran-Goddamn-tee that no one on that show can follow us after that and there’s nothing left standing,” said Wheeler. “Those fans are going to be so spent and people watching at home are going to be so exhausted that we are going to be on our last legs so that people know, without a shadow of doubt, that it was the best tag team match they are ever going to see.”
The Young Bucks said that if they cannot beat FTR at Full Gear then they will never challenge for those titles again. This is a strange promise to make, especially considering how Cody lost his own match with the same stipulation.
AEW Full Gear should be an action-packed and newsworthy night of pro wrestling. We thank you again for reading all about it here on Ringside News.