WWE Legend Wants AEW to Fire Employee Who Shared Major Young Bucks Botch

Published 10/08/2021, 9:55 AM EDT


Imperfections and unintentional errors highlight the human side of professional wrestling. However, it does not help the product and sometimes downplays its impression and experience. Nevertheless, fans have learned to overlook these minor turbulences and last week’s 8-man tag involving The Elite and Young Bucks had a few of them.

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The superstar roster of AEW put on an incredible performance, which made the 8-man tag match truly unforgettable. Following the conclusion of this week’s dynamite, AEW’s Twitter feed replayed the botch. This move angered WWE Legend Jim Cornette, who demanded the promotion to fire the employee who posted it on Twitter along with the wrestlers who messed up the move.

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AEW made a blunder sharing the botch involving Young Bucks

The 8-man tag match was picture-perfect and contained everything that fans wanted; the star power of Bryan Danielson, Christian Cage, Jurassic Express, and The Elite. Fan-favourite Jungle Boy had his moments in the match, but he was mostly targeted by The Super Elite.

This was a match for the Super Elite to shine and that’s definitely what happened. Luchasaurus and the rest put on a commendable performance, which definitely helps to keep their stocks up. Sadly, Bryan Danielson found himself in the losing side, as the Super Elite took over the fight.

With Luchasaurus finding himself alone in the right, the tide of the match shifted, but then another major botch took place. When the entire team of The Super Elite failed to hoist Luchasaurus causing Kenny Omega to fall flat on his rear. The unintended botch never should have happened, but Kenny and his team covered it up well.

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Are Botches acceptable in the modern era of wrestling?

video source:  All Elite Wrestling

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The answer to this question might seem subjective, as wrestling purists do not like to witness any mishap. However, modern-times have brought forward a new line of thought which is more lenient and forgiving. It is not at all easy to carry out these insane high octane maneuvers with 100 percent accuracy. There are times when even the most seasoned group of wrestlers can make an honest mistake. What’s your take on the question?

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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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