The Lucha Brothers lay down a challenge to The Young Bucks for a future match with very high stakes.
At AEW All Out, The Lucha Brothers and The Young Bucks competed in the first-ever tag team steel cage match in the history of AEW end in the minds of many fans, stole the show. Now that they are the AEW World Tag Team Champions, they are looking forward to facing all of the great teams AEW has to offer and continuing to evolve but that doesn't mean that they will ever be done with Matt and Nick Jackson.
Speaking on a post-show media scrum after AEW All Out, The Lucha Brothers, through Alex Abrahantes praised the California brothers and said that they would really hope to one day fight them again with everything on the line including, their sacred masks end The Young Bucks’ hair.
"So, in a nutshell, Penta says that The Young Bucks are not only great athletes but are amazing human beings. They're brothers just like they’re brothers and they bring out the best in each other. Sometime down the road, whether it's a year, maybe two years from now, if Tony's okay with it, they'd love to face The Young Bucks in a Hair vs. Mask match."
In Lucha culture, such a match is the pinnacle of a rivalry. Perhaps most famously to North American fans, Eddie Guerrero was featured in a star-making performance in 1994 when AAA presented the 'When Worlds Collide' pay-per-view and Eddie teamed with Art Barr to face El Hijo Del Santo and Octagon in a Hair vs. Mask match.
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