The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) are among the top tag teams in pro wrestling today. The brothers never fail to give their hundred percent whenever they are inside the squared circle. Their elite stature has made them a constant target of other tag teams in AEW. It seems that the Bucks won’t be seen in the ring for the foreseeable future.

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The Young Bucks were reported attacked by The Blackpool Combat Club (Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli and Wheeler Yuta) before Dynamite last Wednesday. Nick Jackson was seen being stretched out of the arena and into the ambulance. It seems that Nick suffered a terrible injury during the attack.

Adam Page appeared during AEW Dynamite tonight to give a medical update on The Young Bucks. The Hangman revealed that Nick separated his shoulder, while Matt Jackson suffered a partial bicep tear in the attack that transpired last Wednesday before Dynamite.


Don Callis interrupted the interview to apologize to Adam Page. Blackpool Combat Club showed up to attack The Hangman. Jon Moxley even took out Callis with a hard hand to the face. The attack left Don Callis busted wide open. For those wondering, the angle happened right before Kenny Omega’s IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship defense against Jeff Cobb.

It should be noted that Matt Jackson’s bicep injury is one hundred percent real. That being said, the former AEW World Trios Tag Team Champion will likely have an on-screen role while he remains inactive as an in-ring competitor. For those not in the know, Matt injured himself during the trios tag team title match against the Jericho Appreciation Society and House of Black.

What’s your take on the latest injury to The Young Bucks? Do you think the duo will appear on AEW show in the foreseeable future? Sound off in the comments!

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