Young Bucks and Addiction Battle At Comic Con

The feud between The Young Bucks and The Addiction has spilled outside the ring. In fact, it has spilled out the wrestling arena and into Stan Lee's Comic Con.


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The two tag teams were having a peaceful panel at Stan Lee Comic Con when Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian began taunting Matt and Nick Jackson with the “too sweet” hand gesture, followed by a sneak attack. 

The Bucks turned the tables following a missed clothesline and welcomes The Addiction to their Comic Con Superkick Party. This led to Daniels being powerbombed through a table and Kazarian being hit with the IndyTaker on the stage. 

Bad Luck Fale, who was watching in the background, looked pleased at the carnage left by his Bullet Club stablemates

Following the incident, Daniels took to Twitter to apologize to Mr. Lee and complain about the furniture malfunction. 

Hopefully next year, Stan Lee and company invest in some better tables for their guests to sit at. 

The Young Bucks-Addiction rivalry dates back to 2013 in QPW, when Daniels and Kazarian were known as Bad Influence. Since then, the two teams have competed against each other in PWG, ROH, House of Hardcore, and now Comic Con. 

The Addiction’s loss to the Bucks at War of the Worlds back in August may have been the reason for the duo to attack first. However, like on that night in Liverpool, the Bucks were the last team standing.

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