Bobby Fish feels there’s ‘money on the table’ with matches in AEW involving reDRagon against FTR & The Young Bucks

Bobby Fish feels there is 'money on table' with matches involving reDRagon taking on the likes of FTR and The Young Bucks

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Fish looks back on some of his favorite matches from his AEW run.

Back in the fall of 2021, Bobby Fish made his All Elite Wrestling debut and was signed to the company after his TNT Championship match on Dynamite. Once Kyle O’Reilly wrapped up with WWE and became a free agent, he joined the company and they reunited with Adam Cole.

As Fish inches closer to one full year in AEW, he looked back on some of his most memorable matches in the company as he was doing a virtual signing with Captain’s Corner.

Fish mentioned the match he had with Darby Allin at Road Rager, but added that he and Kyle have yet to get the opportunities they’re looking for in the tag division. He feels there is ‘money on the table’ with matches involving them against The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) and FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler).

I really, really can’t say enough about the match I just had with Darby Allin [at AEW Road Rager]. That no good Darby Allin. I really — I feel like it was a good one. I really enjoyed my match with Bryan Danielson from way back when I first came into the company. Kyle [O’Reilly] and I have really yet to get the opportunities we’re looking for when it comes to some tag stuff. I mean, I think there’s money on the table between us and FTR and also The Bucks obviously and quite a few others because there’s just so many good teams there but, yeah, this last one with Darby and even though things went a little sh*tty towards the end and Sting got involved, I mean yeah, right now, I’m gonna say the match with Darby [is one of the matches I’m most proud of in AEW].

reDRagon last competed in a traditional tag match on the 4/13 episode of AEW Dynamite. They both were part of the Owen Hart Foundation tournament that O’Reilly made it to the semifinals of.

If the quote in this article is used, please credit Captain’s Corner with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription. 

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