The eagerly awaited April 10th episode of AEW Dynamite offered fans a memorable moment in wrestling history. The show included behind-the-scenes footage from All-In, sparking excitement and speculation among viewers, particularly about the potential return or involvement of former AEW star CM Punk. Following backlash after they aired the footage, The Young Bucks have finally responded to the backlash.

AEW EVPs The Young Bucks took the spotlight during the show to talk about their upcoming AEW Dynasty match against FTR. The atmosphere intensified when the All-In footage revealed a heated exchange between Jack Perry and CM Punk. The situation escalated into chaos until Samoa Joe and other backstage staff stepped in to restore order.

Using the moment to their advantage, The Young Bucks reflected on their journey as entrepreneurs, highlighting their loss to FTR at All-In. They also provided evidence that CM Punk was the real instigator in the argument. This new information added an exciting twist to their ongoing rivalry.

Matthew and Nicholas Jackson took to Twitter after all the discourse following them revealing the footage, as they simply stated that they were petty.



The live audience also chanted for CM Punk during Dynamite when the footage was being shown. Nevertheless, what’s done is done and only time will tell whether this will have a negative impact on AEW.

Do you feel the video painted AEW in a bad light or was CM Punk the real problem? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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