FTR debuts in All Elite Wrestling, saves The Young Bucks from Butcher & Blade

After being granted their releases from WWE in April, Dax Hardwood and Cash Wheeler have debuted in All Elite Wrestling and they saved The Young Bucks from a beat down.

To open tonight’s edition of AEW Dynamite on TNT, The Young Bucks and Matt Hardy scored a victory over Joey Janela and Private Party (Isiah Kassidy & Marq Quen). During the match, The Young Bucks brawled with Butcher & Blade who were a part of the crowd for the show. At the end of the bout, Butcher & Blade ran in and attacked The Young Bucks. The camera then cut away to a pickup truck that was pulling into Daily’s Place and inside the vehicle were former RAW and SmackDown Tag Team Champions Dax Hardwood and Cash Wheeler, The Revolt.


Harwood and Wheeler were granted their releases from WWE in April of 2020 after requesting their releases months prior. Over the past several weeks, there were references to The Revolt made on Being The Elite.

The Young Bucks and The Revolt have hinted at matches with one another over the past several years and after being granted their releases from WWE, The Revolt are now in All Elite Wrestling and already have their first official piece of merchandise up on AEW’s merch store.


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