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The Young Bucks walk out on Kenny Omega

Jon Moxley’s friendship with Eddie Kingston was rekindled when some pathetic sparklers went off after the end of an exploding barbed wire death match at AEW Revolution. Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson have been a thorn in Moxley’s side for months, including in that match, and it was time for Moxley to finally address this problem on Dynamite. Moxley and Kingston were booked in a tag team match against the Good Brothers on tonight’s (Mar. 17) episode.

Before the match even got going, though, we were treated to this very entertaining Moxley/Kingston promo. More of this, please:

The finish of the actual tag match saw Moxley overcome his injuries from Revolution to score a victory with an inside cradle. The Good Brothers put the boots to the babyfaces after the match, which brought out AEW world champion Kenny Omega. Omega and the Good Brothers used a steel chair to destroy Kingston’s knee.

With Kingston out of the picture, they planned to do even worse things to Moxley. That’s when the Young Bucks showed up and put a stop to it. This time, they rejected Omega’s “Too Sweet” hand gesture and walked out of the ring, leaving him hanging.

Earlier in the show, Callis belittled the Young Bucks as no longer being on the Elite level that Omega is on. So this was how the Bucks responded to Callis’ nonsense. It appears that they are no longer interested in playing along with the sickening relationship between Callis, Omega, and the Good Brothers.

What did you think of this angle?

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