IMPACT Wrestling wants The Young Bucks to return to the promotion for one final match.
The invitation stemmed from IMPACT Wrestling star Ethan Page announcing the company will be bringing back TNA for one night Wrestlemania 36 weekend.
I remember getting “talked to” for tweeting about TNA 😂
Mania weekend @IMPACTWRESTLING is BRINGING TNA BACK for one night!
I had to take my finger off the pulse for a quick second to tweet this out 😬
IM. SO. EXCITED. 🙌
TNA! TNA! TNA!
PUT ME IN THE KING OF THE MOUNTAIN! pic.twitter.com/Fx0bcBJWsg
— Ethan Page played by Julian (@OfficialEGO) October 20, 2019
Matt Jackson of The Young Bucks replied to the tweet with a photo of him and his brother nick as “Generation Me” in TNA Wrestling.
IMPACT Wrestling Executive Vice President Scott D’Amore responded to Matt’s tweet with an invitation for him and his brother to work one final match for the promotion under their former moniker Generation Me against The Motor City Machine Guns.
The Young Bucks worked in TNA Wrestling from 2009 – 2013 under the names Max and Jeremy, collectively known as Generation Me. Their debut match in the promotion was against The Motor City Machine Guns.
Let’s do it!
As @THETOMMYDREAMER would say no politics, no BS, just wrestling.
I wonder what @fakekinkade & @SuperChrisSabin are up to?
Generation Me vs. The Motor City Machine Guns!
Why do you say @MattJackson13 & @NickJacksonYB? Are you ready to #CrossTheLine#ThisIsImpact https://t.co/0XXIfRQRa4
— Scott D'Amore (@ScottDAmore) October 20, 2019
As of this writing, Matt and Nick Jackson have yet to accept the offer. IMPACT Wrestling has not officially announced a TNA resurgence event Wrestlemania weekend.