AEW President Tony Khan has reportedly been warned against signing Shane McMahon by WWE names. Khan had broken the forbidden door and many stars have walk through it to the company. Now, it turns a free agent will be heading to AEW. Khan took to his Twitter account following this week’s edition of AEW Rampage and sent out a series of Tweets to make the announcement which has left fans wondering about the new signing. Fans have been wondering about the signing and amid this speculation, The Youngs started teasing the signing.
The Young Bucks tease signing of Jeff Hardy and rematch
The Young Bucks have changed their Twitter bio once again, which they previously explained is their own unique way of making new Twitter posts. This time, the tag team wrote out, “Bring us Jeff Harvey”, which is poking fun at a moment where Mike Adamle incorrectly called Jeff Hardy “Jeff Harvey” at Royal Rumble in 2008.
For the marks pic.twitter.com/I6G4FELJHm
— Madness (@Lansing_JP) February 6, 2022
Recently, The Bucks posted a picture of Jeff Hardy as their Twitter header, and they have also been trolling certain posts that refer to The Bucks vs. The Hardys in the Ladder War VII match at Supercard of Honor XI on April 1, 2017, which saw The Young Bucks defeat The Hardys to become the new ROH World Tag Team Champions.
It seems that the promotion would be bringing back Face of The Revolution Ladder Match for the upcoming Revolution pay-per-view. This coming Wednesday’s edition of AEW Dynamite will take place in Atlantic City, NJ. We will keep our eyes on this week’s edition of Dynamite and we might end up seeing the debut of Jeff Hardy in AEW.