Top AEW duo would reject WWE Hall of Fame induction 

The Young Bucks
The Young Bucks

Ever since they embraced the dark side, AEW Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks have upped their Twitter game by using the platform to put over their entitled and arrogant heel characters.

After declaring that they'll retire from the business by 40, the duo's Twitter bio recently stated that they'll reject a WWE Hall of Fame induction in their 60's to stay true to their characters:

"We’ll be offered an induction into WWE HOF in our 60’s but will decline, to stay in character."

The Young Bucks have now updated their bio. The current one takes a jab at people visiting their bio to check what their latest status is.

It's awfully gutsy for the two AEW stars to think they'll be offered a place in WWE's coveted Hall of Fame, despite being EVP's of the direct competitors of Vince McMahon's pro-wrestling juggernaut.

However, nothing is impossible in the pro-wrestling business, considering Japanese star Jushin Thunder Liger just got inducted into the Hall of Fame despite competing just once in WWE.

Besides, if the AEW Tag Team Champions reject the induction when WWE comes knocking, that would be the ultimate heel move.

The Young Bucks revived the vintage Bullet Club on AEW Dynamite

After teasing a full-blown breakup with The Elite for weeks, the AEW Tag Team Champions played a massive swerve. They joined the dark forces by aligning with AEW Champion Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers.

After successfully defending their titles against Death Triangle's PAC and Rey Fenix in a tremendous match on last week's AEW Dynamite, the duo are now staring at Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston as imminent threats to their title reign.

Do you think WWE will ever offer The Young Bucks a place in the Hall of Fame? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Edited by Alex Turk
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