The Young Bucks simply cannot cut it

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Read this or I will have Papa Shango put a curse on you:

Goldust gave his thoughts about the Young Bucks on his twitter:

“As booker says…..better show some respect when in the locker room, there are good teachers here that know more than you young bucks….Just a reminder….if trying out for wwe….extend your hand,be polite and respectfull and do what your told. You dont have to like the golden one, but you will respect my knowledge of the business….jfyi”

Meanwhile, the only things the Young Bucks have said on their individual twitters were

Matt Jackson –

“Somewhere, somehow, there is a “tell me he didn’t just say that?” joke that needs to be told. I love you, wrestling.”

“Nothin’ but love & respect for all my peers in the business. Hope everyone makes their own decision based on their own experiences.”

Nick Jackson –

“I respect everyone in the business even if they have bad words about me. God bless them all. Thx to all the loyal fans that support us!”

Their brother, Malachi, had a lot to say about Booker T’s comments

“sounds like @BookerT5x is a little 12 year old girl on his young buck rant.”
“These vets such as @therealrvd and @BookerT5x are jealous of the young bucks cause they cant do half what bucks can do in the ring.”
“I can’t believe @MattJackson13 and @NickJacksonYB didn’t say hi to @BookerT5x ! #whatisthishighschool ?”
“@RRWWE (Ricardo Rodriguez) Booker t is mad cause they supposedly didn’t say hi to him so @BookerT5x is trashing the bucks.”
“I love when vets say stuff bout the young bucks. All they’re doing is getting them more popular :o @BookerT5x”
“I didn’t shake the hand of someone at work today. The person then tweeted bout how disrespectful I was being @BookerT5x #getoveryourego”
“@BookerT5x that’s weird you and rvd are the only ones out of hundreds of workers that don’t like the bucks. And btw they’ve already made it.

That was in response to Booker T posting on his twitter –

“Some advice to all the young guys trying to get in the business( IF U CAN’T MAKE IT IIN THE LOCKERROOM ,U WON’T MAKE IT IN THE RING) 5x”

My link

Where do I even start? Fizzling out in TNA and then not being able to get into WWE does not equate to “making it in the business.” Let me be as clear as possible. They are horrible professional wrestlers. They are horrible human beings. They wrestle in a way that shows them to not respect the business in any tangible way whatsoever. They are leeches trying to extend their 15 minutes of if-you-can-call-it-fame. The sooner they go away the better it will be for all of us that like professional wrestling and the people who can actually perform well at their trade. – Dusty

3 Responses to “The Young Bucks simply cannot cut it”

  1. Shane H. August 19, 2011 at 5:44 pm #

    “Fizzling out in TNA and then not being able to get into WWE does not equate to “making it in the business.”

    They had a tryout match in the WWE. Did I miss where the decision was made on whether or not they made it? They fizzled out in TNA? I could have sworn they left on their own accord because they saw that nothing would happen with them in TNA.

    “They are horrible professional wrestlers. They are horrible human beings.”

    You are entitled to your opinion when it comes to their wrestling style but really, horrible human beings? Are they running around punting chihuahuas? Are they doing mass murders? Horrible human beings is just ridiculous.

    Do you want a hug? Come on, I’ll give you a hug.

    • stuntgranny
      stuntgranny August 20, 2011 at 12:22 pm #

      Actually, nothing I said was ridiculous. Everything I said was exactly right. They are terrible in every possible way imaginable and I feel sorry for you for disagreeing with me.

  2. Billy Bill August 20, 2011 at 8:13 pm #

    Bunch of jackoffs. Don’t they know you act like a man not behave like 12 year old school girls. Shake the vets hands and kiss up to them. Every single one of the indy darlings in WWE did it. You are no different. Damn twinks.

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