June 24, 2024

The Young Bucks, now going by “Matthew” and “Nicholas” with their new mustachioed personas, have received positive praise from former TNA World Champion Bully Ray. During an episode of “Busted Open Radio,” Bully Ray expressed excitement and approval for The Young Bucks’ latest characters, highlighting their innovative approach to reinventing themselves on AEW Dynamite.

Bully Ray enthusiastically praised The Young Bucks for embracing a snarky and arrogant persona, referring to them as “snarky douchenozzles” and “assh***s.” He expressed his love for the way the Jacksons portrayed their characters, particularly highlighting their interaction with interviewer Renee Paquette on AEW Dynamite. Bully Ray also shared his positive experiences with Nick and Matt Jackson both in and out of the ring, emphasizing his appreciation for their professional and personal demeanor.

Bully Ray admitted that he lacks insight into the behind-the-scenes dynamics of AEW but expressed his admiration for the new personas adopted by Matt and Nick Jackson. He anticipates that fans will be inclined to dislike The Bucks and hopes they fully embrace the role, even wishing for them to receive boos from the audience in every performance.

The Young Bucks

Bully Ray proposed a storyline idea for The Young Bucks, suggesting that they should further develop their characters by blaming the AEW fanbase for Cody Rhodes’ departure from the promotion. He recommended that The Bucks claim they have been manipulating the fans and Tony Khan to generate revenue and improve their image. Bully Ray even proposed that The Young Bucks admit they should have signed with WWE for added impact.

Bully Ray expressed excitement about The Young Bucks’ new personas, particularly their snarky and arrogant attitudes. He suggested that the AEW fanbase could strongly react to these characters and recommended a storyline where The Bucks blame the fans for Cody Rhodes’ departure, manipulating them for financial gain and admitting they should have signed with WWE for added impact. Bully Ray emphasized the potential for the audience to strongly react to such a storyline, especially considering The Bucks’ current role as the final opponents for Sting and Darby Allin, with Sting set to retire at AEW Revolution on March 3.

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