Matt Jackson Looks Back At The Most Prosperous Times In His His Career

Burnard The Young Bucks (Nick Jackson & Matt Jackson) at the All In Weigh In – August 31, 2018, Schaumburg, IL (Photo: Dominic DeAngelo)

Matt Jackson is one half of The Young Bucks tag team and over the last 5 years, he has become one of the biggest names in professional wrestling thanks to things like The Bullet Club faction and the YouTube series Being The Elite. On Twitter, Matt was looking back at a timeline that defined the growth in his career up until today and The Elite faction separating themselves from The Bullet Club while looking back at monumental moments like the All In event:

October 25th, 2013 we joined a new wrestling faction called “Bullet Club.”

January 5th, 2016 we officially create subgroup “The Elite” with Kenny Omega.

May 2016, we create new travel vlog called “Being The Elite.”

September 1st, we, along with Cody sellout Sears Centre for self-financed & self-promoted independent wrestling show, “All In.”

October 30th, 2018, we, along with Kenny Omega, Cody, Adam Page & Marty Scurll, officially announce that we have left Bullet Club & will now collectively be called The Elite.

RELATED: Bray Wyatt Gets Cryptic On Twitter During RAW With The Number 4, Reconnects With Luke Harper

There’s a lot of talk about where The Elite crew is going next with a lot of contracts coming up and the entire gang being cryptic about things, I’m sure a retrospective like this will make people begin to question even more if they’re headed towards the WWE but we’ll see for sure around January. Regardless of where they go, the year that The Elite has had is something to be commended and whatever happens and wherever they land up there going to bring a very devoted fan base with them that they have learned throughout the past few years of hard work. Where do you think they will end up? Feel free to sound off in the comments below.