Bullet Club member wants The Young Bucks to join him in WWE

By Jason Powell, Prowrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson have a longtime friend in WWE who hopes the brothers will join him. “I hope the Young Bucks come in,” Luke Gallows told SkySports.com. “I think they’re highly, highly talented and if you want to make your mark in sports entertainment, if you want your name to go down in the annals of sports entertainment history, you absolutely have to come to WWE.

“This is the pinnacle. It doesn’t get bigger than this. There’s no bigger worldwide stage than WWE. So I think the Young Bucks owe it to themselves to come out here and thrive. Japan is a great place to wrestle but WWE is a worldwide platform and you can’t beat that. Their reach is all across the world.”

Powell’s POV: The Bucks have a great thing going with New Japan Pro Wrestling and Ring of Honor. They seem to do extremely well with merchandise sales and work fewer dates than they would be asked to work in WWE. That said, it’s always possible that the Jacksons have a desire to work for WWE someday. It appears they are locked in with NJPW and ROH through 2018 and are obviously focussed on doing the “All In” show over Labor Day weekend. Only time will tell what their next move will be once their current deals expire.


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Readers Comments (1)

  1. Why? So they can spend their WWE careers saying “nerd”?

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