Two of the best tag teams in the world right now will clash in a ladder match at All Out. Providing the challenge issued at Fight for the Fallen is accepted.
Since Vince McMahon is apparently not the biggest fan of tag team wrestling, it doesn't get the spotlight it deserves in WWE. Thankfully, AEW seems to be of a different mindset. Two of the company's make up what is perhaps the best tag team in the world right now in The Young Bucks, so we guess it makes sense.
Despite AEW's tournament to crown its first Tag Team Champions not taking place until later this year, we have already seen some terrific tag team matches. SoCal Uncensored has been tearing the house down, The Lucha Bros are simply unbelievable, and not to mention those aforementioned Young Bucks.
At Fight for the Fallen, two of the teams above clashed in what was another match of the night contender. Scorpio Sky and Frankie Kazarian of SCU went to war with Penta and Fenix. The unique blend of acrobatics and physicality from all four men involved was a sight to behold. The Lucha Bros eventually won the match, and what they did afterward was a little confusing. That was until they explained thier actions.
As Christopher Daniels tended to his fallen comrades, Penta and Fenix commandeered a ladder and clobbered the SCU leader with it. After that, they grabbed a mic, ascended the ladder, and issued a challenge. A challenge to The Young Bucks, to a ladder match, at All Out. AEW's next big PPV which will take place in Chicago on August 31, 2019. We are all in for that, pun very much intended.
All that's left is for the Bucks to accept the challenge. We can't imagine they'll reject the offer. Trouble is, at the time of typing this, Matt and Nick Jackson are preparing for a main event match against Cody and Dustin Rhodes in Fight for the Fallen's main event. By the time you read this, they might well have won that match already and could have even accepted The Lucha Bros challenge after the match.