There is a handful of duos in the wrestling business to have revolutionized tag team wrestling over the years. The industry has seen many teams contribute to the success of working in teams and making it an exciting in-ring action to watch for the fans. A team that is very much on the top of this list is the duo of Nick and Matt Jackson, collectively known as The Young Bucks.
The Jackson brothers are regarded as one of the most accomplished teams in the business today. Their combined team effort and charismatic tag team style have brought make-shift changes in the way tag team wrestling was seen.
The Young Bucks started their tenure in professional wrestling in the early 2000s. They started wrestling in their own backyards, schools, gyms, and other places to begin the hard road of the wrestling world together.
Over the years, Nick and Matt Jackson rose to prominence for their work in Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling. The Young Bucks were also members of the famous ‘Bullet Club’ who ruled the roost in the world of Japanese Wrestling.
However, in recent memory, The Young Bucks had their share of doubt regarding the credibility of people on Twitter who like to take shots at popular personalities. The Bucks changed their bio claiming the moment they heard that live fan reaction, they know Twitter trolls don’t matter.
“I know Twitter ain’t a real place every time we make our entrance.”
The Young Bucks are currently signed to All Elite Wrestling. They perform alongside Kenny Omega, with the trio together known as ‘The Elite.’ The members overcame the AEW All Out fiasco with CM Punk and since then have been very careful regarding their moves in the land of All Elite.
We’ll have to see what they do next to upset their haters, but The Young Bucks’ continued success has to get at them a bit.
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