Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson made headlines when they deleted their Twitter accounts shortly after the All Elite Wrestling Dynamite ghost punching issue. Matt took to Instagram to comment on his decision to leave Twitter.
Matt said the following on Instagram:
“First off, I acknowledge how ridiculous it is that I even need to talk about this, but it’s clearly a distraction. My brother & I decided to leave Twitter permanently a few days ago. We realized it took precious time away form our families who’ve already sacrificed enough time as it is. Also, we’ve noticed how it seems to stifle our creativity. Lastly, after taking numerous breaks this past year from Twitter, we found it to be healing to our mental health, so getting off completely was the next step. This will not change how we interact with our amazing fans, as we’ll continue to put out our best content online. Never be afraid to say hello to us whether it’s on social media or in person. Thanks so much for the support. We love you all very much. Happy holidays!”
The Young Bucks and AEW received criticism over the closing angle on last week’s AEW Dynamite. This is despite the fact the rest of the show was well-received.
There are lots of trolls on the internet, you can just block them. Twitter has been an essential tool to promote All Elite Wrestling. There are lots of pro wrestling fans on Twitter and other social media platforms. Cutting yourself off because people are mean, just block and move on. You can simply ignore them as well.