Younger Bucks modified their Twitter bio to “Suspended, AF” Sunday night time, confirming that they’re certainly serving suspensions handed out by AEW for his or her involvement within the backstage struggle after All Out earlier this month.
They changed their Twitter bio to “Not Positive, tbh” shortly thereafter, presumably addressing the timeline of their suspensions.
AEW has but to make an official assertion on the suspensions handed out to Nick & Matt Jackson, Kenny Omega, CM Punk and several other producers who have been concerned within the brawl on the NOW Area. Actually, there was no point out of Punk and The Elite profitable the AEW World Title and AEW World Trios Titles at All Out, respectively, when AEW President Tony Khan announced the decision to strip the wrestlers of their respective championships. Moreover, the suspended wrestlers have been faraway from intro packages airing earlier than “Dynamite” and “Rampage” and the announcers have stopped making any references to them in the course of the exhibits.
Because the notorious incident at All Out, the Bucks and the “Being the Elite” crew have additionally stopped producing episodes of the favored YouTube present, revealing through Twitter that the show is “on hiatus until further notice.”
Whereas there isn’t any phrase but on AEW’s plans for the suspended wrestlers, Omega did symbolize the corporate as a part of a online game panel for Capcom on the Tokyo Recreation Present over the weekend. In his first public look since All Out, Omega was spotted with bite marks on his left forearm allegedly inflicted by Ace Metal in the course of the backstage melee. As reported earlier by Fightful Choose, Steel allegedly bit Omega as soon as The Finest Bout Machine tried to get Metal off of the Bucks in the course of the struggle.
Though Metal stays suspended, Pat Buck, Michael Nakazawa, Brandon Cutler, and Christopher Daniels – the opposite producers concerned within the altercation – have all reportedly resumed normal duties in AEW.