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WWE Bitter Over Young Bucks Turning Them Down

In a post on the Wrestling Observer message board, Dave Meltzer wrote that the line from Mark Henry to Roman Reigns on Smackdown about the “young bucks” never being anywhere was a direct shot by WWE officials on the Young Bucks tag team.  

The remark is a result of WWE officials still being apparently bitter because the Young Bucks turned down a tryout for the company last year.  In addition, the recent “Superkick Party” edition of WWE Fury from last month on YouTube was also meant to be a subtle shot at the Bucks, as it is a term associated with the tag team.



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Backstage Latest On WWE Taking A Shot At The Young Bucks, “Superkick Party” Talk

It appears WWE is really still bitter over The Young Bucks turning down a tryout in 2014. We’ve noted how WWE has applied to trademark the “too sweet” hand gesture, which is used by The Young Bucks and New Japan Pro Wrestling’s popular Bullet Club stable.

We also noted how Mark Henry apparently took a shot at the brothers during his SmackDown segment with Roman Reigns last week as he said you “young bucks” haven’t been anywhere, talking down to Reigns.

Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted on his message board that people within WWE report the line by Henry was indeed done to take a shot at The Bucks.

Back in February, WWE posted a “Fury” video on YouTube that was the “Superkick Party” edition. There was some chatter that this was also done to take a shot at the brothers and apparently that is the case. The term “Superkick Party” has been used by The Bucks for some time now.

We heard a few months back that the superkick move and the word “superkick” was being used on WWE TV a lot more. WWE has had restrictions on the move because it was once considered to be the sacred move of Shawn Michaels. There was talk within WWE that when The Bucks turned WWE down last year, WWE decided to up the use of superkicks in matches.


http://www.pwmania.com/backstage-latest-on-wwe-taking-a-shot-at-the-young-bucks-superkick-party-talk



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