Hardy was involved in a Broken Rules Match against Sammy Guevara at the event on September 5. Early in the match, the two were brawling on a scissor lift before Guevara speared Hardy off through some tables below. Hardy overshot the tables and landed hard on his upper back and head on the concrete.
Controversy ensued as the match continued despite Hardy not being able to regain his balance for sometime. After spending the night in the hospital, AEW President Tony Khan announced that Hardy did not have a concussion.
The Young Bucks poke fun at FTR’s near WWE wardrobe
In a humorous Twitter exchange today, The Young Bucks poked fun at the comedy wardrobe WWE pitched for FTR while they were in WWE as The Revival.
Matt Jackson tweeted a screenshot of a Tweet he sent out long ago, stating that The Young Bucks would one day face The Revival and everyone will rejoice. Dax Hardwood pointed out they had to spend thousands to get out of their WWE contracts to come to AEW since The Young Bucks were too scared to come to them.
The Young Bucks then responded by wearing a mockup of the pitched comedy costumes for The Revival, stating they would have had to wrestle FTR in that gear if they went to WWE.
You can view the full exchange below, including the original plans for FTR’s WWE gear.
This was Vince McMahon’s plan to repackage The Revival as a comedy team. New music. New gear. Smfh pic.twitter.com/BHPeg2IewZ
— Cassidy Haynes of Bodyslam.net (@Casshooole) April 18, 2020
Thank God we spent thousands of dollars to get out of our contracts to come to your show just to make this happen….because you were always too afraid to come to us. https://t.co/4XiDveEYXZ
— Dax FTR (@DaxHarwood) September 22, 2020
— Young Bucks® (@youngbucks) September 22, 2020