The Young Bucks are considered one of the best tag teams in the history of pro wrestling as they continue to break records every year. They also respect their peers in the industry and it appears they dedicated AEW All In to Terry Frunk and Bray Wyatt.
Bray Wyatt passed away at the age of 36, shocking fans and the pro wrestling world alike as they slowly come to terms with such a tragic loss. Prior to that, even Terry Funk passed away the same week – leaving a huge void for pro wrestling fans in general.
On the latest edition of Being The Elite, The Young Bucks gave a detailed look at their trip to London ahead of AEW All In. Matt noted that it had been a rough few days, as Funk and Wyatt passed away. The Bucks then made it clear that they dedicated AEW All In to both Funk and Wyatt.
It’s been a rough 48 hours. Wednesday, we lost Terry Funk. That destroyed me. One of my all-time favorites. We were on the plane with a lot of the boys from Atlanta to London, and Nick whispers to me, and I didn’t want to believe it at first, he says, ‘Bray Wyatt passed.’ I said, ‘What?’ You never believe it when you first hear it.[We] just started spreading the word on the plane, and everybody started finding out. It’s so sad. 36.
Just breaks my heart. Just makes you think about everything, your own mortality. I just feel for his family. I said a prayer for him, I said a prayer for him. I said a prayer for The Funker. It’s awful, awful news to have to hear. We are here in London now, and All In weekend.
We will dedicate this weekend to the fallen.
Yeah, to The Funker and to Bray. This is for you, boys
The pro wrestling world has paid tribute to both Terry Funk and Bray Wyatt. In fact, WWE also plans on carrying out more tributes for Wyatt. The two veterans will continue to live in the minds and hearts of their loved ones and peers alike and that’s all that matters.
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