During the post-show media scrum, Cassidy discussed the visuals for his entrance sequences, noting that he usually submits his material to the AEW graphics department. He said,
“I drew them. We have a great graphics department, they are incredible, they do incredible work. They get very frustrated with me because I draw stuff and ask them to put it on the screen and they say, ‘Are you sure?’ I’m like, ‘Yeah.’ I feel you should make your own entrance. I make most of my own merch, 95% of them. They’re on my phone, I send them over, I’m in my hotel room and I draw a bunch of stick figures. A lot of them are Fast & Furious inspired of me hanging from a helicopter and jumping out of another car and then running over the car, jumping off the car and over a bridge onto a boat. They couldn’t do that, but they did draw me with stick figures because I thought it would be appropriate for who I am.”
As we previously reported here on eWn, The Young Bucks are said to be turning heel following their loss to The Golden Jets at AEW Full Gear 2023.
Matt and Nick Jackson threw a fit after the defeat and tore apart the ringside area.
Brandon Cutler later announced on Twitter that the duo will be taking time away from wrestling, including Being the Elite, as Matt and Nick will not be working on it.
Cutler has now shared another update, suggesting that The Young Bucks are officially done with their web series. He tweeted,
“Sources close to Matt and Nick are telling me that they have officially finished up with Being The Elite.”
The web series recently underwent a format change, where instead of a single 20-30 minute episode per week, there would be multiple sketches posted during the week.
Sources close to Matt and Nick are telling me that they have officially finished up with Being The Elite. pic.twitter.com/4o7HWV0fKw
— Brandon Cutler (@BranCutler) November 20, 2023
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The Young Bucks, one of the most popular tag teams in All Elite Wrestling (AEW), have recently made headlines for their actions at the AEW Full Gear 2023 pay-per-view event. After suffering a defeat to The Golden Jets, the Young Bucks went on a rampage, tearing apart the ringside area in frustration.
Following this incident, it has been reported that the Young Bucks will be turning heel, meaning they will transition from being fan favorites to villains in the wrestling world. This change in character is expected to bring a new dynamic to their performances and storylines.
In addition to their heel turn, the Young Bucks have also announced that they will be taking time away from wrestling, including their popular web series, Being the Elite. Brandon Cutler, a member of the Young Bucks’ entourage, shared on Twitter that the duo has officially finished with Being the Elite. This news comes after the web series underwent a format change, with multiple sketches being posted throughout the week instead of a single episode.
The Young Bucks’ decision to step away from Being the Elite may come as a surprise to their fans, as the series has been a significant part of their brand and has allowed them to connect with their audience on a more personal level. However, it is not uncommon for wrestlers to take breaks from certain projects or aspects of their career to focus on other endeavors or recharge.
Despite their hiatus from Being the Elite, fans can still keep up with all the latest wrestling news on eWrestlingNews.com. The website provides comprehensive coverage of AEW and other wrestling promotions, ensuring that fans stay informed about their favorite wrestlers and upcoming events. Additionally, eWrestlingNews.com has active social media pages on Twitter and Facebook, where fans can follow for real-time updates and engage in discussions with fellow wrestling enthusiasts.
The Young Bucks’ heel turn and departure from Being the Elite mark significant changes in their career trajectory. As they explore new opportunities and storylines, fans will undoubtedly be eager to see what the future holds for this talented tag team.