The Young Bucks and The Hardys are two of the most iconic tag teams in professional wrestling history. Both teams made it to the top in very different ways, but they are undoubtedly two of the top drawing teams of all time. It looks like they are on a collision course for AEW’s upcoming Double or Nothing pay-per-view.

The Hardys and Bucks have wrestled in the past. Their most notable contest came at Ring of Honor’s Supercard of Honor XI in 2017. They have met a handful of other times on the independent circuit.

If the teams meet at Double or Nothing, it will be the biggest stage they’ve ever competed against one another on. The Young Bucks recently poked the bear in their unique way. Their most recent Twitter profile update notes that The Hardys are the only team to have ever earned more than the Young Bucks.

“The only way to measure success in professional wrestling is by how much money you made. The only active tag team in history to make more than us? Hardy’s Ugh.”

AEW has been hoping to do a Young Bucks vs Hardys match ever since Jeff Hardy became available. Now that the two teams are both signed with Tony Khan’s company, the dream match is just a matter of time. It looks like May 29th in Las Vegas will be where it finally goes down.

The Young Bucks and The Hardys could be a potential show-stealer at Double or Nothing. The Bucks are hoping to outperform the long-time veterans and establish themselves as the greatest tag team draw in the world. Both teams have made a lot of money for various promotions over the years, but Double or Nothing could be their biggest match yet.

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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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