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The Revival & The Young Bucks Say They Will Wrestle One Day

WWE or AEW?

WWE, Ring Of Honor

During last night’s WWE Raw a rather saucy topic reared it’s rather saucy head on social media, as members of The Revival and Young Bucks teased a potential dream match between the tandems.

Following Scott Dawson’s loss to all three members of the Lucha House Party in a supposed ‘Lucha House Rules’ singles match – in reality, a three-on-one handicap affair – Matt Jackson of The Bucks took to Twitter with the apparent aim of melting the world from the internet outwards.

Matt tweeted: “One day we’ll wrestle The Revival & everyone will rejoice. Remember this tweet.”

Soon after, Dash Wilder of The Revival tweeted: “One day we’ll wrestle The Young Bucks & everyone will rejoice. Remember this tweet.”

Scott Dawson then quoted Matt’s tweet with a cheeky clock emoji, ramping up the anticipation levels even higher than they already were.

The big question surrounding a potential match between these teams is the location – could it be WWE, or a promotion like the heavily-rumoured AEW?

At the time of writing, The Bucks’ future is up in the air. We know they won’t be appearing for ROH all too regularly heading into 2019, and while a move to WWE still appears to be a possibility, the talk of Matt, Nick, and Cody Rhodes launching their own promotion with the backing of Jacksonville Jaguars co-owner Tony Khan refuses to go away.

As for The Revival, to say their time on the main roster in WWE has been underwhelming is probably the understatement of the year.

Wherever a match takes place, it’s sure to go garner quite a bit of interest – not only because they’re two of the best tag teams in wrestling today, but because of the friendly rivalry that has taken place on social media and as a part of the Being The Elite YouTube series. FTR, and all that jazz…

Ross Tweddell

Written by Ross Tweddell

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