Dutch WWE veteran Mantell recently talked about The Young Bucks‘wrestling style, claiming that ‘slapping the legs and selling supercars’ is basically what The Bucks do.
Speaking on his YouTube channel’Story Time with Dutch Mantell”, the WWE veteran criticized Matt and Nick Jackson’s in-ring style.
The former WWE manager said that The Bucks are very talented, however, they need to get rid of the excessive number of superkicks they use in a match.
Mantell claims that ‘slapping the leg and selling super’ is basically what The Bucks do in their games.
“The Young Bucks, I’ve seen them wrestle, I think they’re very talented. If they get rid of about 80% of their superkicks, it’s all just a super kick and a slap in the leg. I used to think yes. maybe they should be super kick instead of a rock guy, they sell legs because that’s what but if i see one more super product from those guys, it’s too much because that’s all they do about body version,” said Duck Mantell. [From 2:50 to 3:26]
Jim Cornette suggests that The Young Bucks is better in Ring of Honor
As you may know, The Young Bucks got into a backstage brawl with CM Punk after ending up paying-per-view All Out.
Speaking on Jim Cornette’s Drive ThruWrestling veteran claims that Matt and Nick Jackson could be sent to Ring of Honor to avoid a backstage mess.
A few months ago, Tony Khan announced the acquisition of ROH. The Bucks themselves are former Ring of Honor World Tag Team Champions. Mantell speak:
“Yeah, start two promotions, a wrestling match [alluding to AEW] and a gymnastics [alluding to ROH] and let the Cucamongs and their friends play there. Of course, then you’re spending a lot of money for no reason without a bunch of people being immature childish idiots.
Bucks, Kenny Omega and other stars were suspended after a backstage brawl with no word on CM Punk and Ace Steel’s future with promotions.
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