The Young Bucks Discuss Best Of Seven Series Finale Ahead Of AEW Dynamite

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The Young Bucks Discuss Best Of Seven Series Finale Ahead Of AEW Dynamite AEW

The Young Bucks have discussed the best of seven series finale ahead of tonight’s AEW Dynamite.

On the January 11 edition of AEW Dynamite from the LA Forum, The Elite will look to complete the 3-1 comeback by beating Death Triangle in the Escalera de la Muerte Match 7 for the AEW World Trios Championships.

The best of seven series between Death Triangle and The Elite started at AEW Full Gear in November and has seen the two trios battle in various different encounters over the past two months.

Speaking with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, The Young Bucks discussed the finale of the series and the magnitude of this bout in their hometown of Los Angeles, California.

Comparing their Game 7 to some of the great series finales for the Los Angeles Lakers in the Forum, Matt Jackson said:

“Game Seven at The Forum, it doesn’t get much bigger. Historically, there have been many Game 7s played here, so it’s fun that we get to add to that history.”

“I watched so many Lakers games there when I was a kid, so it’s a little surreal every time we get to go there and roam the halls where all the greats used to walk.”

Speaking about the concept of the best of seven series, Nick Jackson stated:

“At first, we kind of hesitated. That changed when we talked. We might not ever get this opportunity again to wrestle three of the best wrestlers in the world, and this will be the seventh time on TV.”

“I guess we were all a little worried that fans might think it’s repetitive, but that was the challenge, and it excited us to make every match a little bit different from one another.”

As previously reported, The Young Bucks also discussed a potential return to New Japan Pro Wrestling in the same interview.

Besides the Escalera de la Muerte Match 7, tonight’s AEW Dynamite will also feature Jon Moxley vs. Hangman Adam Page and Bryan Danielson vs. Konosuke Takeshita.

Also, Saraya will team with Toni Storm to face Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. and AEW Women’s World Champion Jamie Hayter.

Stay up to date with the AEW roster’s win-loss record (for televised matches) at this link.

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