Big E On WWE Cease & Desist Letters, The Young Bucks Contacted For WWE 2K19 Work

– Big E took to Twitter and referenced WWE’s recent cease & desist letter to The Young Bucks when commenting on new Unicorn Froot Loops cereal from Kellogg’s, apparently comparing it to The New Day’s Booty-O’s cereal. You can see the tweet below:

– In an interesting twist on the situation between WWE and The Young Bucks, the brothers were contacted to do WWE 2K19 work just one day after they received their cease & desist letter from WWE following the recent “invasion” outside of a RAW TV event in California. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that the company in charge of the WWE 2K franchise contacted The Bucks to ask them about doing motion capture work for next year’s video game. The game creators felt like they needed all of the signature YB moves in the game because so many people playing last year’s edition were using the Create-A-Wrestler mode to play as the brothers.


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