Matt and Nick Jackson Take to Twitter to Confirm Suspension From All Elite Wrestling Following Backstage Fight
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Matt and Nick Jackson Take to Twitter to Confirm Suspension From All Elite Wrestling Following Backstage Fight

  • All Elite Wrestling have yet to officially confirm the suspension of the Young Bucks, Kenny Omega and CM Punk
  • The Young Bucks recently used their Twitter bio to allude to the fact that they were still suspended
  • Calls have been made for CM Punk to be fired after his verbal tirade sparked a backstage brawl at All Out

Nick and Matt Jackson still don’t know when they will be able to wrestle again.

The brothers, who wrestle as a tag team called the Young Bucks, were suspended along with Kenny Omega and CM Punk recently.

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Matt and Nick Jackson have used their Twitter bios to comment on their suspension and elude that they don't know when it will be lifted. Image: Barry Brecheisen
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The four wrestlers and several producers were suspended for their involvement in a brawl after All Elite Wrestling’s (AEW) All Out pay-per-view.

The Young Bucks, who are known for using their Twitter bio to troll fellow wrestlers, recently changed it to say “Suspended, AF."

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Not long after, they changed it again to "Not Sure, tbh," possibly indicating that they had no idea when the suspensions would be lifted, WrestlingInc reported.

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Kenny Omega has also remained tight-lipped about the situation but did travel to Tokyo to promote AEW’s new video game, ComicBook reported.

Despite being given permission to represent the company in Tokyo, Omega is still not allowed to wrestle. Omega was due to compete in Mexico at AAA’s TripleManía: Mexico City event next month but won’t be allowed to do so because of the suspension.

AEW haven’t released an official statement as to the suspensions, but have hired a third-party investigator to probe the matter.

The champions involved in the fight were stripped of their titles and every suspended wrestler has since been removed from the intro packages before AEW’s shows. The commentators themselves have stopped referencing them and no mention of the fight has been by anyone in the company.

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Pat Buck, Michael Nakazawa, Brandon Cutler, and Christopher Daniels, the other men who were originally suspended as well, have all reportedly returned to work. The company decided to lift the suspensions against them after finding that they were not involved in the brawl but were trying to break it up.

CM Punk's future is uncertain following a backstage brawl after All Elite Wrestling's All Out pay per view

CM Punk continues to draw criticism from the wrestling world.

The wrestler has been in the news following his actions at All Elite Wrestling’s (AEW) recent pay-per-view, All Out. Punk went from hero to villain in the space of one night.

Punk went backstage, where he was confronted by the Young Bucks and Omega. The trio, who had earlier won the Trios Titles at the pay-per-view, confronted Punk after what he said. The group were then involved in a backstage brawl involving other wrestlers and producers.

Source: SportsBrief.com

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