Top AEW Star Reveals How All-Access Will Handle All Out Incident

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Top AEW Star Reveals How All-Access Will Handle All Out Incident AEW

A top AEW star has revealed how All-Access will handle All Out incident.

AEW All-Access is set to premiere tonight, Wednesday, March 29 following AEW Dynamite on TBS.

The new one-hour reality show will focus on the personal and professional lives of AEW stars Adam Cole, Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D., Sammy Guevara, Tay Melo, Matt and Nick Jackson of The Young Bucks and others.

Per The Ringer, “All Access skirts around the subject [AEW All Out], and the (Young) Bucks, hesitant to freely discuss the issue, only offer up how ‘nervous’ they were to come back from a nearly three-month suspension instead of taking a pin to ballooning theories online they say aren’t necessarily true.”

The Young Bucks spoke with The Ringer about AEW All-Access with Matt Jackson telling the outlet:

“That’s what sucks about wrestling now, there is very little mystique. All Access was revealing in a way where they wanted to come to our homes and do all this stuff. We had to tell them, ‘Hey, some stuff’s off-limits.’”

Jackson continued on to further explain what fans will see on the show, saying:

“In the beginning, it wasn’t like that. There still were hecklers and there still are people on wrestling forums, but all of a sudden now you can become famous overnight, and with that fame comes a lot of hate and criticism.”

“And that’s just the way the social media world works now, and that can be tough for a young kid. I really feel bad, and I sympathize, for those guys who don’t know what it’s like.” 

“We’re going out there in our human bodies, and we have real human emotions and feelings. And when people say things about your real person, like, ‘Oh, I don’t like these guys as [executive vice presidents of AEW]’ or ‘I don’t like these guys in this certain way,’ and they don’t really know the full story, of course you’re a human being and it’s going to hurt your feelings.”

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