In a recent development on "AEW Dynamite," wrestling sensations Matthew and Nicholas, formerly known as The Young Bucks, unveiled a striking new image, complete with mustaches, during an interview with Renee Paquette. This bold transformation has caught the attention of the wrestling community, notably former TNA World Champion and WWE Hall of Famer, Bully Ray, who shared his enthusiastic views on the latest episode of "Busted Open Radio."
Bully Ray's Candid Praise
Bully Ray, known for his candid opinions, expressed his admiration for the Jackson brothers' new personas.
"They are snarky, they're like douchenozzles, assh---s - call them what you will, and I'm all for it," he remarked. His appreciation for the duo extends beyond their in-ring prowess to their backstage persona, citing personal and professional respect for both Matthew and Nicholas.
Without insider knowledge of AEW's behind-the-scenes dynamics, Bully Ray conveyed his excitement for the evolution of the Jacksons' characters. "I think fans are going to relish hating the Bucks. My hope is that they're met with resounding boos, night after night," he stated with evident enthusiasm.
Adding a twist to his commentary, Bully Ray proposed a daring narrative angle for the Bucks. He suggested they should provocatively blame the AEW fanbase for Cody Rhodes' departure from the promotion, claiming they've been exploiting both the fans and Tony Khan for financial gain and image laundering.
He even went as far as to say the Bucks should admit a regret of not signing with WWE, a statement bound to stir controversy among fans. This character shift for the Jackson brothers coincides with a significant moment in AEW history, as they are slated to be the final opponents for the legendary Sting and Darby Allin.
With Sting's impending retirement at AEW Revolution on March 3, this matchup is poised to be a memorable and pivotal event in the wrestling world. The Jacksons' new villainous personas and Bully Ray's unfiltered praise highlight the ever-evolving narrative landscape of professional wrestling, where character reinvention remains a vital element in captivating the audience and maintaining the sport's dynamic and unpredictable nature.