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HUGE AEW stars react to WWE being “hot” right now

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The wrestling world is abuzz with the recent surge in WWE‘s popularity. As the wrestling giant continues to gain momentum, many are curious about how its competitors, particularly those in AEW, feel about this newfound success.

AEW’s very own Young Bucks, Matt and Nick Jackson, have weighed in on the matter, offering a fresh perspective on WWE’s current standing in the wrestling landscape.

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AEW Stance on WWE Resurgence

AEW stars Matt and Nick Jackson, better known as the Young Bucks, have shed light on why they believe WWE’s current success can be beneficial for AEW.

The duo, who are pivotal figures in AEW, have always been vocal about the industry’s dynamics. Their recent comments provide insight into the symbiotic relationship between the two wrestling promotions.

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Renewed Commitment to AEW

Amidst the backdrop of WWE’s rising popularity, there was considerable chatter about the potential move of some of AEW’s top stars, including the Young Bucks, to WWE.

However, putting an end to such speculations, it has been confirmed that Matt, Nick, Kenny Omega, and Hangman Page have all renewed their contracts with AEW.

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The Young Bucks’ Perspective

In a recent discussion with Swerve City podcast, the Young Bucks delved into the intricacies of their new All Elite Wrestling contracts and WWE being hot: “WWE helps us being hot because wrestling in general is hot now” Matt Jackson commented.

Such comparisons not only emphasise the stature of AEW stars but also hint at the competitive nature of the wrestling business.

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