The Young Bucks are undoubtedly in a league of their own when it comes to the business aspect of the industry. However, their polarizing personalities and approach to wrestling are not to everyone’s taste, and fans have learned to accept this. That said, it appears Eric Bischoff approves of The Young Bucks re-signing with AEW.

The Young Bucks were one of the initial members of AEW as they are EVPs on top of in-ring performers. They have competed in several top-class matches over the years and are loved by many.

As previously reported, The Elite recently re-signed with AEW after lot of speculation about the contractual status. Many fans were certainly happy about them sticking with Tony Khan’s company.

While speaking on the recent episode of Strictly Business, Eric Bischoff approved of The Young Bucks re-signing with AEW. He then explained why it was a good decision.


“Look, for some, if you’re [anywhere from your] 20’s to early 30’s and you don’t have a family, you don’t have a meaningful relationship that you’re concerned about, and you’re having the time of your life and you’re performing and traveling the world, an opportunity to work 300 days a year is a wonderful opportunity.

That’s a healthy decision because there is a less chance they’re going to get hurt. Less times you are in the ring, no matter how good you are or what kind of condition [you’re in], the less times you’re in the ring, the less of a chance you have to get injured. That could derail your career, or just accumulate injuries over time that will stack up and matter once you hit 45 or 50, especially the style of wrestling they do. So I think taking perhaps less money for certain less wear and tear and to be able to spend time with your family and be there for those important moments. Hats off to them, good decision.”

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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