The Young Bucks have been using their Twitter bio as public messaging platform for months. Matt Jackson decided the team’s profile was a better place to share messages that the duo thought might stir up fan toxicity. It’s Matt’s way of having a voice without wading into a cesspool of hate.

Every time the Bucks change their bio, fans start talking. The unique approach to social media seems to be working. Fans look forward to what the former AEW Tag Team champions will say next.

The latest Young Bucks bio update is directed specifically at fans. The Jacksons want to point out the double standard for fans who get upset when wrestlers clap back after being criticized for their appearance. Wrestler harassment has become big talking point lately after a series of homophobic and transphobic incidents.

“If we threaten, body shame or say inappropriate things to you, we should lose our jobs. If you do it to us, we need to have thicker skin.”


The Young Bucks have a good point. There is a double standard being practiced by many wrestling fans. The Jacksons are simply pointing out the hypocrisy.

The unique way The Young Bucks share their thoughts on Twitter aside, they delivered a major message with the latest bio change. Matt Jackson sees a dichotomy where fans can dish it out, but they can’t take it. Time will tell if the new bio has any effect on this type of behavior.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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