AEW EVPs The Young Bucks Take Massive Shot at WWE NXT

Published 10/14/2021, 7:32 AM EDT


The ongoing wrestling feud between 2 major players in AEW and WWE continues to unfold in the NA region. Both companies and their wrestlers have taken multiple shots at each other. These jokes and heated back and forth continue to take place on both AEW’s being the elite vlogs, social media handle of Young Bucks, and more.

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Recently, WWE wrestler’s Top Dolla aka AJ Francis’ recent remarks about certain wrestlers pretending to be hip & cool. He suggested that people aren’t really representing themselves on the TV shows and thereby portraying a disingenuous personality.

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Former WWE wrestler, MVP asked AJ to call out the individuals that he is subliminally trying to attack. However, the 31-year-old suggested that it is best not to mention the competition.

Young Bucks retorts in a hilarious way

Following the latest Twitter exchange, AEW’s top-rated tag, and EVPs, Young Bucks decided to revert. The duo intelligently made changes to the bio and pointed at it via tweet. This was indeed an intelligent way to fire back at the comments made by the WWE wrestler as AEW continues to put on successful shows.

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This isn’t the first time that the bucks have mounted an attack on WWE. Unsurprisingly, it won’t be the last time either, as the duo love to retort to their naysayers. The members of the Superelite and former WWE wrestlers have also attacked WWE in multiple instances.

In the earlier days of the feud between WWE and AEW, Cody Rhodes could be seen decapitating a throne that seemed identical to Triple H’s logo. CM Punk’s appearance in the past month has also ruffled a lot of feathers, as the veteran wrestler denied acknowledging his time with the company.

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The 40-year-old wrestler spoke about his time in the indies and Ring of Honor and suggested that he left wrestling when his contract ended. Now, after nearly 2 decades, he has once again returned to the art form that he dearly missed over the course of the past decade and a half.

Watch this story: CM Punk Wrestles, Adam Cole and Daniel Bryan Debut and More: Best Moments From AEW All Out

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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