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Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks Remain EVPs Following AEW Returns

The Elite are still AEW EVPs

Despite their AEW suspensions, Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks remain Executive Vice Presidents of All Elite Wrestling. 

After being asked if The Elite were still EVPs during his post-Full Gear media scrum, Tony Khan confirmed Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks were before he promoted the AEW Fight Forever console video game.

"They [The Elite] have come back and been involved in the shows and things they would do in the production of the show and also Kenny [Omega] in the production of the video game which we saw AEW Fight Forever trailers this weekend and I think there's a lot of interest in that and should be a great game and I think there's, you know, a lot of interest building in it for good reason. It looks great and for a company as young as AEW to have a game and be releasing it this young in our stage and as a company, it's pretty exciting. We have hit a bunch of milestones like that, and it's great to have them [The Elite] back to be a part of the show on-screen and off-screen," Khan said.

Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks were previously suspended by AEW following their backstage fight with CM Punk and Ace Steel post-All Out. The Elite returned at Full Gear following the completion of a third-party investigation into what happened during the backstage brawl.

Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks' returns did not end in victory, though, as they were defeated in their AEW World Trios Title match by Death Triangle. The two factions will face off in a Best of Seven Series, with Death Triangle currently 1-0 up. 

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