Report: The Young Bucks Sign New Long-Term AEW Contracts

Five more years for The Bucks

Two members of The Elite will remain a part of All Elite Wrestling until at least 2026. 

Dave Meltzer reported in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter today that The Young Bucks had signed new contracts with AEW, extending their initial five-year deals for another two years. 

This comes after Matt and Nick Jackson updated their Twitter bio earlier this week, claiming they had re-upped with the promotion.

"Contract officially rolled over for 2 more years. Gave ourselves a nice raise. We deserve it. Maybe we should win tag titles again too tbh? lmAo," they wrote.

The Young Bucks were two of the founding members of AEW alongside Cody Rhodes, Kenny Omega, Hangman Page and Tony Khan. They are also EVPs of the company with Omega and Rhodes.

On-screen, The Bucks have been featured as two of the promotion's top stars as part of The Elite and they held the AEW World Tag Team Championship for 302 days from November 2020 until All Out 2021, when they dropped the gold to The Lucha Brothers. 

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