Currently serving a suspension from AEW while a third party company investigates what exactly happened backstage at All Out earlier this month, Matt Jackson has informed fans that he'll seem them "very soon".
As the eldest Buck put it:
"Thank you so much, guys, for everything. For the last 18 years, you guys have supported us and been so great to us, and I really can't wait to see you guys very soon."
Whether this was merely a turn of phrase or something more from Matt, that remains to be seen.
As it stands, Matt Jackson, Nick Jackson, Kenny Omega, CM Punk and Ace Steel are all suspended by AEW for their roles in whatever went down after All Out at the start of the month. While Pat Buck, Christopher Daniels, Michael Nakazawa and Brandon Cutler have all had their respective suspensions ended by All Elite Wrestling, the three EVPs, Punk and Steel are still on leave from the company.
Where CM Punk is concerned, the Second City Saint recently underwent surgery for a triceps tear he suffered during his All Out match against Jon Moxley. Recent reports suggest that the Chicago native will soon be formally departing AEW, although that is obviously merely speculation until either Punk or the organisation makes a statement. Regardless, said triceps tear is expected to keep the Straight-Edge Superstar out of action for up to eight or nine months.