The Young Bucks Almost Retired After All Out 2022

Hamish Woodward

The Young Bucks considered retiring from wrestling after the All Out 2022 controversy, the brothers revealed recently.

On the debut episode of the new TV show “AEW: All Access”, Nick and Matt Jackson revealed that the fight with CM Punk at All Out 2022 made them consider retiring from the ring.

The former AEW Tag Team Champions defeated The Dark Order at All Out 2022 to win the AEW Trios Championships, but vacated them immediately after being suspended for fighting with CM Punk backstage.

They spoke backstage on AEW: All Access to reveal how they considered retiring after spending two months out of the ring.

We swear, Matt [Jackson] said “maybe – maybe lets just retire?”

But, taking bumps for the first time in two months, it got my blood going and I know we made the right move by coming back.

I’m ready to wrestle. Give it a couple of weeks, we’ll get a slow build baby. It’s coming, though. Full Gear

The Young Bucks on Retiring – AEW All Access

Luckily, the pair made the right move by not retiring. They are currently feuding with the Blackpool Combat Club alongside Kenny Omega and Adam Page, which could culminate in a Blood and Guts match between the two teams.

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