Update on Young Bucks; AEW star is now a permanent US citizen

It was previously reported that the Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) will be taking time off from AEW.

In an update, F4WOnline notes the former AEW Tag Team Champions sabbatical from AEW will likely result in them returning as heels and possibly as part of a heel stable. 

Following the Bucks’ loss to Kenny Omega and Chris Jericho at last Saturday’s Full Gear PPV, Brandon Cutler revealed on X the next day (November 19), that the Jackson’s “will be taking some time away from wrestling.” Cutler also said on a later social media post that the Bucks officially finished up with “Being The Elite” as well. He further noted in a third post that the two brothers were not backstage at this Wednesday’s Dynamite at the Wintrust Arena which took place in Chicago, IL.

F4WOnline’s Dave Meltzer further addressed the status of the Bucks by saying that AEW looks to be doing a heel group with Brandon Cutler. Meltzer then went on to say that Colt Cabana has been talked for the new heel group, but his involvement in not yet certain.

Furthermore, Meltzer added in his report that the idea is for the Bucks is to take some time off and come back as heels with a major impact and everything is in the beginning stages with an unknown time frame on when AEW will pull the trigger on it and they will return.

F4WOnline concluded with noting the Young Bucks recently filed to trademark the terms KTB Wrestling (Killing the Business Wrestling) and Superkick Party. However, the report notes the trademark for KTB is not part of the new AEW heel stable and as of right now is only for projects outside of AEW.

Ethan Page is now a permanent United States Citizen

Ethan page announced on November 23 on X that he is a Green Card holder and now a proud permanent resident of the United States of America.

Page is originally from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He also had announced in 2022 that he and his family would be moving to the United States and would be based out of the Detroit area.

Page thanked AEW for sponsoring him and helping to make his dream come true. He also sad that AEW has changed his family’s life.

Page had said in a vlog posted a year ago, that moving to the United States is something he has worked for during his entire professional wrestling career and had continuous struggles and issues for several years crossing the border.

After Page’s deal with IMPACT ended at the beginning of 2021, he signed with AEW in March of that same year. His most recent appearance was in a match on this past Thursday’s ROH television show, where he was victorious over Tony Nese.

Page also announced two weeks ago on YouTube that he is bringing back his Alpha-1 Wrestling Canadian independent promotion. Events are set to take place on February 4, March 24, and May 19.