The main event of last Wednesday’s episode of Dynamite saw the Young Bucks turn heel on their partner Jon Moxley in a gargantuan Six-Man Tag Team Match against AEW World Champion Kenny Omega and the Good Brothers. We then saw the show come to a close when the Young Bucks aligned themselves with Omega and the Good Brothers after attacking Moxley.
After Dynamite went off the air, the Young Bucks took to their Twitter and issued a warning that they will delete their Twitter account if they get any negative or toxic comments from fans. It seems that this tweet is related to the Young Bucks turning heel on Moxley on Dynamite and that they just simply don’t want to receive any type of comments from fans.
This is what The Young Bucks said:
“Please refrain from any negative or toxic comments in our mentions tonight. If so, we’ll unfortunately delete our Twitter account again. Thank you. Have a great night.”
The Young Bucks previously quit Twitter back in 2019 after the last show of that year, but would come back to Twitter shortly after.
You can check out the Young Bucks’ tweet below:
Please refrain from any negative or toxic comments in our mentions tonight. If so, we’ll unfortunately delete our Twitter account again. Thank you. Have a great night.— Young Bucks® (@youngbucks) April 8, 2021
Why @youngbucks, why? #AEWDynamite airs Wednesdays on @tntdrama pic.twitter.com/uGih5elWSF— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) April 8, 2021