All In’s third match saw FTR and The Young Bucks meet in a rubber match for the AEW World Tag Team Championship. The third act saw FTR connect with Shatter Machine and Wheeler nearly scored the win. Wheeler then went for a 450 splash but missed and ate a superkick like he did in 2020, except he kicked out this time.
The Bucks then hit BTE Trigger for another nearfall. The Bucks managed to hit Harwood with Shatter Machine and then landed a second BTE Trigger on Wheeler, but it was not enough. Finally, FTR connected with one more Shatter Machine and Wheeler scored the pinfall win.
After the bout, FTR offered their rivals a handshake, but Matt and Nick opted not to accept and rolled out of the ring.
#ANDSTILL #AEW World Tag-Team Champions FTR!
But this looks to be far from over!
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— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) August 27, 2023
After years of online jabs, the two teams had their first in-ring encounter at Full Gear 2020. At that event, The Young Bucks defeated FTR to capture their first AEW World Tag Team Championship. They wouldn’t meet again until the April 6, 2022, episode of AEW Dynamite where FTR successfully defended both the ROH and AAA Tag Team titles against Matt and Nick.
FTR’s third reign began on April 4 of this year when they defeated The Gunns in a match that also saw their careers on the line. FTR is now 2-1 against the Bucks and will continue their reign in spite of Wheeler’s recent legal issues.