Young Buck, Matt Jackson has hinted yet again that a WWE run could be on the horizon for him and his brother, Nick.
No matter how many wrestlers WWE signs, which has been a lot in recent years, there will always be big names out there that Vince McMahon and Triple H just can't seem to tempt to the company. After the excitement of arrivals such as Finn Balor, Shinsuke Nakamura, and AJ Styles has died down, fans want to know who is coming next.
Right now there are a few big names that constantly get asked "when are you coming to WWE?" in almost every interview they're a part of. The likes of Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks, and even Cody Rhodes despite the fact he left WWE two years ago and since then his career has gone from strength to strength.
For The Young Bucks, it really does feel like a case of when as opposed to if. One half of the IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Champions conducted a Q&A on Instagram recently and was once again asked if he and his brother Nick would consider a run in WWE once their current NJPW/ROH contracts are done. Jackson simply replied, "I'm considering everything right now." Maybe a cop-out answer, but evidence that WWE is at least on The Bucks' radar.
Despite only answering ten questions during the Q&A, some other interesting things arose from it. One fan asked Jackson how long he and Nick plan on wrestling, to which he replied "much shorter than people imagine." He also quite humbly admitted that The Young Bucks are not the best tag team in the world right now, but he and his brother's ultimate goal is to earn that moniker.
Despite the number of signings WWE has made recently, it is no secret that the powers-that-be are not done yet. If Omega, Rhodes, or The Bucks were to offer up their services then Triple H would likely snatch their hands off. Despite how well they are doing away from WWE, it's hard to imagine a future where all of them won't become WWE Superstars eventually. As early as next year though? Maybe not.
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