The dream match is on for All In as The Young Bucks accept FTR’s challenge.
The issues between FTR and The Young Bucks go back years before AEW was even in existence and to this day, the two teams just can’t seem to get along.
As two of the most decorated and critically acclaimed tag teams of the modern era, their rivalry is set to be resurrected on the biggest stage of all – All In at Wembley Stadium.
The two teams currently hold one win each over the other following their only two other matches against one another and on Collision the AEW Tag Team Champions noted that there was only one thing left for them to do. Cash Wheeler then called out The Young Bucks for what will be a blockbuster match at All In.
The Young Bucks accepted the challenge on Dynamite
On Dynamite in Columbus, Ohio, The Young Bucks picked up a huge win over The Hardys after Matt Hardy suffered a BTE Trigger. After that bout, Nick Jackson only had to say three letters that brought out the AEW Tag Team Champions and the two teams came face-to-face.
Rather than an intense promo battle or a fight, Nick Jackson simply added “All In” and the challenge was accepted with the match being made official for the massive show in London.