6 Reasons Why Generation Me Was TNA's Worst Release of the Year

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6 Reasons Why Generation Me Was TNA's Worst Release of the Year

Generation Me, a young, high-flying tag team in TNA, was composed of two brothers—Max and Jeremy Buck.

In their impressive debut, they defeated a top tag team in TNA: The Motor City Machine Guns.

The match earned Generation Me a contract from TNA and the pair would stick around for a while putting on quality matches and feuding with Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley.

But by 2011, creative decided to split the team up and give both guys a run in the X Division.

Unhappy with the decision by the creative team, Generation Me asked for their release.

Here are six reasons why Generation Me was TNA's worst release of the year.

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