Indie News: The Young Bucks attacked at Los Angeles Comic-Con
A legendary tag team ambushed the Bullet Club members at the event!
What's the story?
A Comic-Con in Los Angeles turned into a Superkick Party on October 29, 2017, after The Young Bucks were attacked by Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian (The Addiction).
In case you didn't know...
The Young Bucks are currently the Ring Of Honor Six-Man Tag Team Champions as part of the Bullet Club.
The Addiction and the Bullet Club have been feuding with each other since early 2017, a period which saw Christopher Daniels become a World Champion for the first time ever.
The two teams are expected to continue their feud as ROH's next PPV, Final Battle approaches. Final Battle is scheduled to take place on December 15th with a host of live events planned leading up to the show.
The heart of the matter
Matt and Nick Jackson were at their entertaining best at the Stan Lee Comic Con in California where they were active members of the panel.
Things took a turn for the worse when Daniels and Kazarian interrupted the proceedings and assaulted the Bucks. The brothers, however, assumed control of the situation by resorting to their tried and tested superkicks. They took it one step further by sending Daniels through a table with a powerbomb.
Nope, they weren't done just yet! A brutal Meltzer Driver to Kazarian onto the concrete flooring marked the end of a wild Comic Con segment!
Check it out for yourself below:
The two teams should face are expected to face each other at upcoming ROH shows as the promotion builds up towards their final PPV of the year.
The Bucks would surely want to end 2017 with the straps firmly fastened around their waists.
A lesson from this incident: The Young Bucks are bonafide legends! The unapologetically outspoken tag team have become masters at creating buzz with the most creative angles in the business' history.
Most importantly, they aren't afraid of the the big fish in the pond, proving time and again to the world why they are one of the best tag teams out there.
Add them and the veterans in Addiction together and you have pro wrestling gold.
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