The Young Bucks made their AEW Collision debut one night before the All Out pay-per-view.
When AEW launched the Collision show on Saturday nights in mid-June, there was something called a “soft roster split.” It was never officially announced or pushed by the company on television, but it meant that some stars would only appear on Dynamite while others would only be on Collision.
A big reason why they had the soft roster split is because CM Punk didn’t get along with The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) as well as Kenny Omega and “Hangman” Adam Page aka The Elite.
As we have covered over the last day, CM Punk is now gone from AEW because of his backstage actions at All In London that saw him fight Jack Perry and also making AEW CEO/GM Tony Khan unsafe in the backstage area.
The Young Bucks Saved FTR On AEW Collision
In the main event of Collision in Chicago, Jay White of the Bullet Club Gold group beat Dax Harwood of FTR. After the match, Harwood and his FTR teammate Cash Wheeler were getting attacked by Bullet Club Gold when The Young Bucks made the save since they are teaming up with FTR at the All Out pay-per-view tonight.
After the Young Bucks made the save, they extended their hands for a handshake with FTR, the AEW Tag Team Champions. However, FTR decided to walk away just like The Young BUcks did to FTR at AEW All In London last Sunday night at Wembley Stadium.
The Young Bucks and FTR will try to get on the same page tonight at AEW All Out when they team up against Bullet Club Gold’s Jay White, Juice Robinson, Austin Gunn and Colten Gunn in a big eight-man tag team match.