Young Bucks Beat Moxley, Kingston; Retain AEW Tag Titles at Double or Nothing

Image credit: AEWThe Young Bucks beat Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston at Double or Nothing on Sunday night to keep the AEW World Tag Team Championships.Multiple superkicks werent enough to keep Moxley down as he kicked out at one after the Bucks made the pinfall.All Elite Wrestling @AEWNo gave up in Mox. #AEWDoN and Nick Jackson chose to go in for the kill and provided four BTE Triggers to the former AEW world champion.The rivalry in between the 2 teams originates from the feud between Moxley and Kenny Omega in late 2020 and early 2021. Omega turned heel and beat Moxley for the AEW World Championship in December, and in the weeks and months that followed, he surrounded himself with a stable of pals that consisted of The Young Bucks, The Good Brothers, Michael Nakazawa and Don Callis.Kingston was introduced into the mix at Revolution when Moxley faced Omega in an Exploding Barbed Wire deathmatch. The Cleaner was triumphant thanks to disturbance from Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson, and they left Mox in the ring while the countdown to the explosion started.The special effects ended up being underwhelming, however the contest did produce one favorable in the form of Kingston running down to save his good friend, therefore putting their concerns behind them.While the Bucks were initially unwilling to go all-in with their assistance of Omega, mainly because of their problems with Callis, they eventually made it clear they were 100 percent devoted to The Elite.On the April 7 edition of Dynamite, Moxley teamed with The Young Bucks versus Omega and The Good Brothers, but the Jacksons showed their loyalty to Omega by switching on Mox and hitting him with multiple superkicks.With that, Moxley and Kingston set their sights on them and the AEW World Tag Team Championships.Moxley and Kingston scored several victories as a team on AEW Dark and AEW Dark: Elevation, plus they beat Omega and Nakazawa, as well as The Acclaimed on different episodes of Dynamite.The Bucks had an effective title defense over The Varsity Blonds on the May 19 edition of Dynamite, but Moxley and Kingston attacked them afterward, which led to the match becoming official for the PPV.The Young Bucks managed to get the last laugh, however, as they retained at Double or Nothing and extended their 200-plus-day reign. Listen to Ring Rust Radio for all of the hot wrestling subjects. Catch the most current episode in the player listed below (caution: some language NSFW).