The Young Bucks love throwing superkicks in their matches and some people in wrestling really don’t like them because of how much they use the superkick.
The superkick is a simple that has grown in popularity over the last few decades. Since it was the finishing move of “Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels, who called his version of the move Sweet Chin Music, a lot of current wrestlers grew up watching him and likely wanted to use that move in their matches.
When the former AEW Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks have matches, they are known to have a “superkick party” meaning spots where Matt & Nick Jackson both deliver superkicks at the same time on an opponent and they also do it individually.
Legendary wrestling manager Dutch Mantell isn’t a fan of The Young Bucks having a Superkick Party in matches as he explained on a recent episode of Story Time with Dutch Mantell. According to Dutch, The Young Bucks are very talented, but he doesn’t like all of the superkicks that they do.
“The Young Bucks, I have seen them wrestle, I think they are very talented. If they would take about eighty percent of their superkicks away, everything is a superkick and a slap on the leg. I used to think maybe if they should superkick instead of a guy selling the kick, they sell the leg because that’s what it is. But if I see one more superkick from those guys, it’s one too many because that’s all they do basically.”
It is not currently known when The Young Bucks may get a chance to do a superkick in an AEW ring again because they are currently suspended after getting in a backstage fight with CM Punk & Ace Steel while Kenny Omega was also involved on the side of the Bucks.