As we reported earlier this morning, Impact Wrestling EVP Scott D’Amore announced at Saturday’s All Glory event in Chicago that the company would be bringing back “TNA” for one night only during WrestleMania weekend in 2020.
After the news came out, the Young Bucks responded to a tweet from “All Ego” Ethan Page with an old photo of them in TNA Wrestling as Generation Me.
D’Amore then responded, “Let’s do it! As Tommy Dreamer would say no politics, no BS, just wrestling. I wonder what Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin are up to? What do you think [Young Bucks]? Are you ready to #CrossTheLine”.
The Bucks worked for TNA Wrestling early in their careers from 2009 to 2011, and worked extensively with the Motor City Machine Guns, culminating in a Full Metal Mayhem match at the 2010 Final Resolution pay-per-view for the TNA World Tag Team Championships.
Let’s do it!
As @THETOMMYDREAMER would say no politics, no BS, just wrestling.
I wonder what @fakekinkade & @SuperChrisSabin are up to?
Generation Me vs. The Motor City Machine Guns!
Why do you say @MattJackson13 & @NickJacksonYB? Are you ready to #CrossTheLine#ThisIsImpact https://t.co/0XXIfRQRa4
— Scott D'Amore (@ScottDAmore) October 20, 2019