Omega has already snubbed the Young Bucks for the Good Brothers


Last week’s episode of Dynamite ended with a major angle where Impact Wrestling’s tag team champions, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, invaded AEW and saved Kenny Omega from Jon Moxley. The Young Bucks joined the party and offered a tentative endorsement of Omega and the Good Brothers in something of a Bullet Club reunion.

Tonight’s (Jan. 13) episode of Dynamite was supposed to feature The Elite (Omega & the Young Bucks) in six man tag team action. Instead of making a unified entrance as a group, Kenny Omega and Don Callis told Matt and Nick Jackson that they are all champions and such big stars that Omega and the Bucks should come out separately.

Omega made his splashy entrance first. Callis then grabbed the mic and introduced Omega’s tag team partners – Kenny’s two best friends, the tag team champions…the Good Brothers!

Gallows and Anderson came out and joined Omega for the six man tag match, while the Young Bucks looked on incredulously from the back.

After the heels won, former world champion Jon Moxley charged the ring even though it was an impossible 3-on-1 disadvantage. Jon Moxley vs. The World is a great visual, but he did happen to have some backup – the Lucha Bros! A wild brawl broke out between all six men. The Young Bucks finally came out to confront Moxley and defuse the situation, but it didn’t exactly work. They ate some superkicks from the Lucha Bros for their troubles, and the madness continued.

Business just picked up, as Jim Ross would say.

Get complete Dynamite results and coverage here.

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