All Elite Wrestling has finally shed some light on the mysterious group that unexpectedly made their presence felt at last month’s Double or Nothing pay-per-view, laying waste to the Best Friends, Chuck Taylor and Trent, as well as Angelico and Jack Evans after their tremendous tag team match.
While some fans recognized the intruders immediately as the Super Smash Brothers, a long-running Canadian duo with a history working against the Young Bucks and other teams in PWG, for obvious reasons the AEW broadcast team couldn’t use that name on live pay-per-view, leading to a whole bunch of very confused viewers who had never seen the tag team in action.
The artists formerly known as the Super Smash Brothers will now be working under the name, The Dark Order, going forward. AEW released a vignette recently showing off the sinister-looking group.
The larger man in the lucha-style mask is Nicolas Dansereau, a 15-year veteran from Quebec better known as Player Uno. He’ll be continuing to work under the name Evil Uno going forward, which is a change he made a few years back.
The other man, sporting a removable mask and face paint, is 30-year-old Marc Dionne. He has also worked under the names Player Dos and Stupefied, mostly as Dansereau’s tag team partner, and will be going by Stu Grayson going forward.