Young Bucks Squash Their Beef With Daniel Cormier

The social media feud between the Young Bucks and UFC champion Daniel Cormier appears to be over.

Cormier, a self-proclaimed wrestling fan and good friend of Seth Rollins, got into what became a huge back-and-forth on social media involving both pro wrestlers and MMA fighters regarding a dropkick spot during a match at ROH's Final Battle pay-per-view that involved the Bucks.

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Earlier this week, hostility between the two sides renewed again, after Cormier discussed the social media beef during an appearance on the MMA Hour. 

Nick Jackson, one half of the Young Bucks team, started it by tweeting, "He still can't get over that one dropkick spot? Smh."

Cormier's response:

Nick Jackson kept at it, tweeting at Cormier that he was "trying to start your own angle. You must be a fan of Jim Cornette."

The squabble continued from there, eventually involving both Bucks, before Matt Jackson posted an apology.

Both Jackson brothers since have deleted the above quoted tweets.

As for Cormier, he will be defending his UFC Light Heavyweight Title on Saturday at UFC 220 in Boston against Volkan Oezdemir.


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