With Caprice Coleman on commentary for the match, the long-awaited Hardy Boyz versus Young Bucks took place at AEW Double or Nothing.
With a fun match between two pairs of tag team legends that saw the Bucks hitting both a Swanton Bomb and Twist of Fate but Jeff Hardy managed to kick out.
Jeff Hardy hit a Swanton Bomb onto the ring steps onto Matt Jackson with Matt and Nick continuing to exchange blows in the ring before finally, Jeff delivered another Swanton bomb to capture the pinfall victory.
After the match, Jeff joyfully (or erratically, you decide) hopped the barricade to run around in the crowd before returning to the ring to celebrate with Matt.
AEW Double or Nothing marches on with a huge number of matches still left to occur including a major main event between CM Punk and Hangman Adam Page currently said to be closing the show.
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