The Young Bucks are truly incomparable when it comes to the business side of the industry. They made the most out of many incidents over the years, especially anything related to WWE. Vince Russo wasn’t however ‘high on’ The Young Bucks when they were in TNA as Generation Me.
Bruce Prichard recently appeared on the most recent episode of “Something To Wrestle With” podcast. He discussed a variety of subjects, including the WWE Hall Of Fame, Bruce’s black eye photo, his upcoming move, and Big Show’s WWE debut. Prichard detailed the Young Bucks’ departure from TNA.
The Young Bucks, when they were in TNA came to me and said, ‘We can make more on the independents.’ I knew that Russo did not have anything for them and was not high on them. They told me they can make more on the independents and I said, ‘Man, go make more on the independents.’ They said, ‘Can we have our release?’ I said, ‘Yes, right now you can have your release.
Prichard also discussed whether his Brother Love character and Tammy Bakker pairing ever considered. “[Sensational] Sherri wanted to do it. Sherri really wanted to do it but she was doing her thing. But there was a period there when we were really close on two different occasions to get Jessica Hahn. She got an agent that was like, ‘Oh no, this will kill you.’ Wait, wait, wait. You did it with Jim Bakker and exposed him and did all this stuff, and blah, blah, blah, but Brother Love will kill your career? What career? You were a secretary.”
There have recently been claims that The Young Bucks had contacted WWE to determine their interest in joining the company after their AEW contracts expire. However, The Young Bucks are denying such an interaction even took place. Stay tuned to Ringside News for the latest news and updates.
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