The Young Bucks were one of the foundations of All Elite Wrestling when it first started, and have remained as such to this point. They will continue to be AEW stars for the foreseeable future, as a new report from the Wrestling Observer says that Matt and Nick Jackson have signed contracts with AEW that will keep them All Elite for several more years. Dave Meltzer didn't reveal any specifics of the deal other than the year, saying they were signed until 2026, but The Bucks confirmed the deal with a change, revealing in their Twitter Bio that they were signed until 2024.
Their biography on Twitter reads "[Signed] till 2024. Let's party for 2 more years!" You can check out the post below.
There might not be an AEW, or at least one that would be able to compete at this level if it weren't for the combined efforts of Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks, who funded All In, the pay-per-view that really got the ball rolling for what would become AEW. Since then the company has continued to build its roster with stars like Kenny Omega, Britt Baker, Darby Allin, MJF, Chris Jericho, and more, and even more recently stars like CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, Sting, Adam Cole, Ruby Soho, and more have joined the roster.
As for The Young Bucks, After a thrilling match at AEW Full Gear, the Bucks aren't actually cleared at the moment to compete, as Matt revealed in the newest episode of Being The Elite.
"I'm not medically cleared to even wrestle. Nick is not medically cleared to wrestle. He reinjured his bruised heel, the one I made fun of, that was a real injury. Joke is on me. Now my neck is kind of giving me grief," Matt said.
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