Will The Young Bucks Leave AEW And Join WWE?

Since former WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon decided to retire on his terms and hand over the reins of his well-established Wrestling Giant to his daughter Stephanie McMahon and Ex- WWE President Nick Khan, WWE has been completely changed and remade. His daughter’s husband, Triple H, who was just promoted to Chief Content Officer, is now in charge as the new Head of Creative. He is in order of storylines, talent management, and live shows.

In a short amount of time, The Game has given the company a new creative direction, which has led to a huge improvement in TV products, backstage morale, viewership numbers, and the return of top talent like Karrion Kross, Braun Strowman, Dexter Lumis, and Johnny Gargano who had been released by Vince McMahon.

Triple H‘s new creative plan to grow the WWE, even more has caught the attention of Nick and Matt Jackson, also known as The Young Bucks, who have been on the WWE’s radar for a long time. The dynamic duo is one of the founding members of All Elite Wrestling (AEW), a rival to WWE. They are both EVPs and on-screen performers for AEW.

But because of a recent real-life fight with CM Punk that made headlines and hurt the company’s image a lot, there is a big chance that the Young Bucks will leave AEW for WWE when their contracts with AEW end in a few years. Also Check, Who is  WWE Superstar John Cena’s wife?

When Will The AEW Contracts of The Young Bucks Expire?

Ryan Frederick of Wrestling Observer said Nick and Matt have reached out to their rival promotion and want to join WWE when their contracts with AEW are up, just like Cody Rhodes did. The report also made it clear that Young Bucks have not signed a new deal with AEW:

“They didn’t make any new agreements. Their choices were taken. They did contact a talent to see if they were interested in talking about coming back when their contracts were up.

The Young Bucks joining WWE would be a big loss for AEW and a strong addition to Triple’H’s growing regime, which is trying to move toward a new and better future.

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