The graphic posted showed that FTR and the Young Bucks would be teaming up against the Butcher & the Blade and the Superbad Squad:
— Tom Colohue (@Colohue) July 5, 2020
This being deleted pretty much confirms it was the original plan before the promotion released a statement saying that Jimmy Havoc was undergoing treatment and counselling in an effort to overcome mental health and substance abuse issues, which followed allegations made against him during the #SpeakingOut movement.
He and Kip Sabian were replaced in the match by the returning Lucha Brothers, with this being the first time Pentagón Jr. will have wrestled for the promotion since the start of the pandemic.
The card for night two is as follows:
- Chris Jericho vs. Orange Cassidy
- Lance Archer vs. Joey Janela
- Nyla Rose vs. TBA
- Mr. Brodie Lee, Stu Grayson & Colt Cabana vs. SoCal Uncensored
- FTR & Young Bucks vs. Lucha Brothers & Butcher & Blade
- Kenny Omega & Adam Page (c) vs. Private Party – AEW World Tag Team Championship
- WWE Stars Honor Late TV Star Jason David Frank
- AEW Star Praises Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat After Return Match
- Bayley Recruits Recent Celebrity WWE Signee to Damage CTRL?
- Correction On William Regal AEW Contract Status
- Sami Zayn/Roman Reigns Plans Revealed, William Regal WWE Return Update, Major WWE India Show – News Bulletin – November 28, 2022
- CM Punk “S**t The Bed” Putting AEW Into “Freefall” Claims WWE Hall of Famer
- Real Reason Why Roman Reigns Didn’t Have Red Gear For Survivor Series WarGames
- Former WWE Star Criticizes Aspect Of AEW TV For Being ‘A Bit Much’
- Details On New WWE Tryout This Week
- Triple H Reveals Scrapped Plans For Celebrity Appearance At Survivor Series