FTR Teaming Up With The Young Bucks At AEW All Out

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FTR and The Young Bucks will go from being opponents at All In to teaming up at the upcoming AEW All Out pay-per-view.

At the AEW All In London pay-per-view from Wembley Stadium last Sunday, one of the most anticipated matches at the show saw FTR’s Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler defend the AEW Tag Team Titles against The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson).

That match between FTR and the Bucks was their third match. Each team had won one match in the past, so it was all about finding out who was the best tag team of this era. In the end, FTR got the win with their Shatter Machine double team move to retain the Tag Team Titles.

On this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite from Chicago, a video aired showing FTR and The Young Bucks talking in the locker room after their match at All In. FTR wanted to know why the Bucks didn’t shake hands after the match as a sign of respect and the Bucks explained it was the heat of the moment and they were sorry about it.

Bullet Club Gold Facing The Young Bucks & FTR At AEW All Out

As the two teams continued their discussion, the Bullet Club Gold’s Jay White, Juice Robinson, and The Gunns (Austin & Colten Gunn) interrupted the discussion. Words were exchanged by both sides leading to a challenge.

Following the backstage discussion it was made official for AEW All Out: FTR will team up with The Young Bucks against all of Bullet Club Gold in a huge eight-man tag team match at AEW All Out this Sunday night from the United Center in Chicago.

It’s well known that FTR are close friends with former two-time AEW World Champion CM Punk, who is from Chicago and likely would have been on the show if not for a backstage fighting incident with Jack Perry at All In. Punk was going to wrestle Ricky Starks at All Out, but it’s not happening now due to Punk being suspended.