Makes most sense for the Bucks themselves. They are reportedly making more than WWE money while working nowhere near a WWE schedule, while getting to work in front of WWE-level audiences in New Japan. Pretty much a win-win situation for them all round.
I am a fan of theirs but do understand those who see them as no more than spot monkeys. They do what they do very well, but it is polarising. It's like watching a Fast & Furious film - you know what you're going to get is ridiculously OTT but you let go of your brain and enjoy the ride.
Last Edit: Dec 4, 2016 1:11:44 GMT -5 by kalgoroth
Post by Christian Small on Dec 4, 2016 3:49:57 GMT -5
It's that age old issue in wrestling of "if it gets a reaction then it works". The guys never work in silence and everyone wants to see them. They've got this down and as it was mentioned this is a perfect situation for them, less work but more money than they would do in WWE.