The Young Bucks spoke with USA Today about a number of wrestling topics. During the interview, they were asked how they are self-made wrestlers and the WWE. Matt Jackson said that they represent the DIY people in the world and that the people want to invest in themselves and run their own business. He said that maybe they could be two of the only guys who didn’t sell out. “We’re so happy as artists. We get to do pretty much whatever we want. We’re still busy, and we still feel like we’re hustling. I don’t ever see us going there. When our contracts expire in 18 months, maybe the landscape will have changed, and we’re ready to go. But if you’re asking me right now, I really don’t feel like I have to go there to feel like it was all worth it. If I retired tomorrow, I’d be OK with it.”
When asked about The Hardys, Matt Jackson said that they are the #1 tag team for him because of the fact that they’ve reinvented themselves. He brought up that they are who they are to this day and so lovable at this point. ”I think they can do no wrong (with the fans). They’ve been around so long that you have to respect what they’ve done. They’ve done so much for the business.”
You can read the entire interview here.