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The Young Bucks Reveal When They Plan To Retire

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AEW Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks have been trolling fans ever since their made their heel turn official two weeks ago.

The two former New Japan Pro Wrestling stars have been using social media, specifically Twitter, to highlight their NJPW Bullet Club-styled character ‘re-invention’ over the past few weeks.

“Wrestling’s sweethearts. Needle movers. Goalpost chasers” The Young Bucks wrote on their Twitter bio. “Polarizing, self-made millionaires. Could’ve retired years ago so this is all extra credit. Done by 40.”

The Young Bucks on Retirement

It’s worth mentioning that Matt Jackson is 36 and his brother, Nick, is only 32. Whilst it was always likely that Matt would retire before Nick, it’s interesting to note that Matt could end up retiring a full 4 years before his brother.

It’s not unusual for professional wrestlers to still be performing well into their 40s or even 50s. The biggest mainstream name in AEW is Chris Jericho, and he turned 50 last year. Clearly the Bucks could go for a very long time to come, barring any injuries. Might need to change the Young bit in their name though.

The Young Bucks continue their new heel run

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