WWE fired Mark Carrano when it was revealed that released WWE Superstars were receiving their belongings in trash bags. This was ripe for the picking and The Young Bucks didn’t miss another opportunity to rag on WWE.

During this week’s episode of Being The Elite, Brandon Cutler, who is now wearing a face mask due to suffering multiple breaks on his nose, was approached by the Young Bucks. They gave him a mask to protect him and a jacket that said: “Young Boy” on the back.

The Jackson brothers also made a joke about Mickie James’ trash bag incident. Later on, The Young Bucks told Cutler that since he will be out of action then he won’t need his ring gear. Then then handed it to him in a plastic bag with his name on it.

Cutler will be out of action for a couple of months, but he’ll still be able to hold a camera.

The Young Bucks have taken plenty of shots at WWE throughout Being The Elite. It appears that they’re not going to stop.

H Jenkins

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