Contract talk has become one of the big interest points across professional wrestling. Fans won’t have to worry about The Young Bucks and their status with All Elite Wrestling because the duo has signed new deals with the promotion they helped create.
According to Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Matt and Nick Jackson have signed new deals with AEW that will keep them in the company until at least 2026. Later in the afternoon the Bucks updated their Twitter profile to say they were signed through 2024.
Together, along with Kenny Omega, Tony Khan, and Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks helped start the work that would lead to the creation of AEW in 2019. With Rhodes, they helped fund the All In event which kicked of what would become the new promotion.
The Young Bucks are widely considered one of the best tag teams to ever perform. They are multiple-time tag team champions, holding titles across many of the biggest organizations in wrestling. That list includes but is not limited to AEW, AAA, Ring of Honor, New Japan Pro Wrestling, PWG, and many others.
During their time in AEW, they’ve been a focal point at the top of the tag division and in many of the main event storylines. They held the tag team titles for 302 days before dropping them to another pair of siblings, The Lucha Brothers at All Out back in September. They’ve been sidelined since their Falls Count Anywhere match at AEW Full Gear, where they along with Adam Cole, were defeated by Christian Cage and The Jurassic Express.
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