Former WWE and current AEW star Matt Hardy has shared a rare picture of the Hardy boys and the Young Bucks following the latter team's suspension from All Elite Wrestling.
The Bucks have recently been the talk of the pro-wrestling world for their alleged involvement in the backstage brawl after CM Punk's comments at the post-All Out media scrum. The latter called out the Bucks and Kenny Omega for their incompetence as EVPs. Following this, several stars involved in the brawl have reportedly been suspended.
However, it is apparent that their camaraderie with other stars has not diminished, which is evident from former WWE Champion Matt Hardy sharing a throwback picture of them:
"#TBT 2014 The first time The Hardys & The Bucks wrestled each other. Huge respect for these two," Hardy wrote.
You can check out the picture here:
As of now, it remains to be seen how Tony Khan will handle the situation in the future.
Fans had varied reactions to the WWE veteran's tweet
With the Young Bucks being involved in the CM Punk controversy, Twitter users did not hesitate to start speculation about where Matt Hardy's loyalty lay.
Many have proclaimed that Hardy Boyz and the Bucks are two of the very best tag teams of all time in the world. They have also faced each other multiple times throughout the years. As such, the two teams have a sense of mutual respect.
Furthermore, Matt Hardy's tweet has sown the seeds for fans who believe he is siding with The Elite in the controversy.
Some fans also questioned the WWE legend about his opinion of Punk.
Other comments applauded the Bucks and the Hardys for their talent.
With Jeff Hardy still out of the picture, only time will tell if fans will see the two teams have another match in the future.
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