The Young Bucks have retired the BTE Trigger as their finishing move in AEW, introducing a new name that aligns better with their job roles. The revelation was made on Dynamite this week.

During the latest episode of AEW Dynamite, Darby Allin and Sting issued tag title challenge to Ricky Starks and Big Bill in the main event. Despite Starks initially appearing victorious, Sting ultimately secured the win, making them the new AEW Tag Team Champions.

The Young Bucks surprised the new champions with a brutal attack from behind, leaving Darby Allin bloodied. The assault continued as they executed the move previously known as the BTE Trigger on Allin, now renamed the EVP Trigger.

Tony Schiavone suggested adding it to the “banned list,” corrected by Excalibur, who revealed that Matt Jackson had informed him earlier that day about the move’s new name.


The Young Bucks are set to challenge Sting and Darby Allin for the AEW World Tag Team Championships at the upcoming Revolution pay-per-view next month. The outcome of this match will determine if they can secure victory in Sting’s retirement bout.

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