A “superkick party” might be put on hold for Matt Jackson following his “Anarchy In The Arena” fight against The Blackpool Combat Club.
Jackson and his Elite brothers lost the battle to the BCC to close out AEW Double Or Nothing this past Saturday in Las Vegas. Matt, however, came away with many “souvenirs” as the BCC made certain that Jackson’s bare foot was planted on top of scattered thumbtacks.
Wrestlers are never afraid to show off their battle scars and Jackson did just that on the latest episode of “Being The Elite” as he displayed his bloody sole (and his damaged Jordans) to the viewers.
[Vidéo] Dans le nouvel épisode Being The Elite épisode 349, on peut voir les séquelles sur les corps des membres de The Elite après le Anarchy In The Arena Match de #AEWDoN.
Tout l'Elite semble se remettre en question.pic.twitter.com/3wGHabmXAu
— Global Catch (@global_catch) May 29, 2023
Despite the loss, The Young Bucks did take solace in The Elite being back on the same “page” with Adam “Hangman” and said as much on social media:
“Took the L. But we love our melodramatic, dysfunctional family.”
More To Come From Matt Jackson & Friends
The war will certainly still continue for The Elite and The Blackpool Combat Club. Jackson and his crew had the fight all but sealed in their favor before a mystery man came out and made the save for the BCC. That intruder ended up being Konosuke Takeshita who therein further stacks the deck in favor of Bryan Danielson, Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli, and Wheeler Yuta. After the Takeshita interference, Yuta ended up getting the pinfall on Omega.
Following the bout, Omega did state afterward that he may have some further friends to help even the odds. One of those “friends” could very well be Kota Ibushii who stated the following in a recent interview:
I never thought he was that great. He is a made imitation of me. Also, he never respected me
H/t to Fightful