Matt Hardy Calls Out Young Bucks With All In Challenge

A recent tweet from Matt Hardy suggests that The Woken One may very well be wrestling at All In on Septemeber 1st.

It is currently only a little more than six weeks until All In in Chicago. A show that has been labeled by many as the biggest independent wrestling event of all time. 10,000 tickets sold in less than 30 minutes to a show that has been put together by Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks. Not much in the way of actual matches have been announced so far but you can rest assured that it will be a can't miss event.

In fact, at this point, only two matches have been officially booked for the show. Rhodes will take on Nick Aldis for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship. Meanwhile, his Bullet Club buddy, Marty Scurll has perhaps the biggest match of his career to date as he takes on former IWGP Heavyweight Champion, Kazuchika Okada. So far though The Young Bucks do not have a place on the card.


They will do by the time September 1, 2018, comes around of course, and over the weekend they hinted at who they would like to face. During a press conference, Matt Jackson spoke about how cool it would be if he and his brother Nick could win a set of WWE's Tag Team Titles without even appearing on a WWE show. The news naturally made it to Twitter and anyone who follows Matt Hardy will know that The Woken One sees all on social media.

Hardy posted two photos on Twitter, one of The Young Bucks and one of himself and Bray Wyatt with their Raw Tag Team Titles. The tag team veteran wrote "What are these FANTASTICAL FANCIES that you speak of, Bucks of Youth? September 1st?" As you can imagine, that has whipped fans up into something of a frenzy. The Young Bucks have hinted that they were going to ask WWE if they could borrow some stars for All In, perhaps they have actually followed through with those plans.

While Matt and Nick Jackson don't have a history with Wyatt, they do with Hardy. The Woken One's last match before rejoining WWE was a ladder match versus The Young Bucks the night before his and Jeff Hardy's incredible comeback at WrestleMania 33. In a world where most wrestling companies seem to be helping each other out, perhaps even WWE is willing to lend a rival a Superstar or two for the night.


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