AEW has accustomed us, during these almost five years of its existence, to the fact that when there is a fight for the position of main contender for the title, whoever wins will fight for that title, and plans do not suddenly change.
However, in the latest issue of Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer revealed that AEW has scrapped plans for The Young Bucks to compete for the AEW World Tag Team Championship.
The Jackson Brothers won a fatal four-way tag team match at WrestleDream on October 1, making them the main contenders for the AEW tag team titles.
At the time, there were plans to face the duo with the then-champions, but the journalist has now indicated that those plans have been cancelled.
FTR (Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood) are competing with current AEW World Tag Team Champions Ricky Starks and Big Bill, and everything indicates that they will face each other at Full Gear on November 18.
The Young Bucks are now focused on defending the ROH World Tag Team Championship, and the match they won that would give them a shot at the AEW World Tag Team Championship is no longer mentioned.
Do you think AEW was right to cancel these plans for The Young Bucks?
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