Young Bucks Say That Vince McMahon ‘Takes Fun Away’ From Fans

The Young Bucks are in hot water with WWE, and they are continuing to turn up the heat. Since not being able to use the “two sweet” sign and saying, as a result of a cease and desist letter, Nick and Matt Jackson have decided to make a mockery of the company by selling T-shirts which censor the sign. The brothers have also gone to social media to voice their disapproval of the legal mandate, and auctioned of their “two sweet” ring gear.

During a stop at the Ring of Honor Global Wars tour in Buffalo, New York, ROH Six-Man Tag Champions Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks were welcomed with a resounding ovation, as they retained the titles by defeating The Kingdom. After the match, the champions grabbed a microphone to get some things off their chest regarding recent controversies.

One of the subjects discussed was regarding the recent firing of former long-time ROH star Jimmy Jacobs, who was hired on as a WWE producer in early 2015. Simply catching up with old friends, Jacobs posted a picture of him with Bullet Club members Adam Page, Marty Scurll, and the Young Bucks. This was during the “WWE invasion” episode filming of Being the Elite, which caused WWE to release him.

Upset about the incident, Matt Jackson took a shot at WWE and stated that he is happy that he has the freedom to do what he wants without having to worry about being fired for taking a selfie with a friend. He also acknowledged Jacobs when the fans chanted his name during the post-match promo.

The Young Bucks also talked about having the pleasure of spending time with their family during Christmas. This was stated due to major controversy revolving recent news revealing that WWE is going to have live Raw shows on Christmas and New Year’s Day. This is much different compared to usually taping the show on the weekend before the holidays throughout the previous years. The team concluded by saying that “Vince McMahon takes fun away from fans.”

Similar to the Young Bucks making a T-shirt out of their minor setback, Jacobs has done the same thing, as “Unprofessional” T-shirts are now available for sale.

[Featured Image by Ring of Honor]