The Young Bucks believe their tag match from Revolution 2020 was “visionary”.
With AEW Revolution 2020 only a few days away, two of the company’s founders decided to look back at the first Revolution PPV.
The Young Bucks, who will be teaming with Kenny Omega this upcoming Sunday to defend their World Trios Championships against The House of Black, reminisced over a time when Omega wasn’t their partner, but their opponent.
Three years ago at the first AEW Revolution, Omega and the Young Bucks were on opposing sides. Omega sided with “Hangman” Adam Page in a feud that was equal parts personal and professional.
That feud culminated at Revolution 2020 when Omega and Hangman retained their AEW Tag Team Championships against the Bucks in a widely acclaimed match.
That match was lauded by wrestling fans and critics alike, including Dave Meltzer and his Wrestling Observer readers. Readers of his voted this the 2020 Match of the Year while Meltzer rated the match 6-stars, the only tag match to ever get such a rating.
Earlier today, the Bucks referenced a post on Twitter and explained why that match was so important to them.
“Our vision of what wrestling can be. Will always look back fondly at the early years. Happy 3 year anniversary.”
Our vision of what wrestling can be. Will always look back fondly at the early years. Happy 3 year anniversary. https://t.co/M7vV2WmHCH
— Young Bucks® (@youngbucks) February 28, 2023
As for Hangman, he won’t be defending any gold at this year’s Revolution PPV but he’ll still have his hands full as he takes on Jon Moxley in a Texas Deathmatch.