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Everything You Need To Know About Seth Rollins and Will Ospreay’s Twitter Beef

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The Twitter fingers are in full force as Seth Rollins and Will Ospreay are going back and fourth on the social media network.

How It All Started

WWE held their Stomping Grounds pay-per-view this past Sunday, and despite poor ticket sales, and low expectations, the event ended up redeeming itself with a decent show.

Fans began to revolt during the main event match between Seth Rollins and Baron Corbin, with chants of “CM Punk”, “Boring”, and “AEW”. This all began when Lacey Evans was revealed as the mystery referee for the match.

Following the event, Seth Rollins made a bold claim stating WWE is “the best wrestling on the planet”, which caused some heads to turn, including Will Ospreay

Current IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion Will Ospreay responded to Rollins’ tweet, with a simple message, “I’m alive”.

Seth Rollins didn’t take kindly to Will Ospreay’s comment, and responded by calling him “little guy”. He also stated that the WWE has a better version of Ospreay, speaking on Ricochet.

Ospreay replied with a Gif that said “Ohh, you’re dard”

Things Begin To Get Personal

Will Ospreay decided his last Gif wasn’t a good enough reply, and decided to give a “fact of the day” stating that he wrestled more matches in 2019 than Seth Rollins. He ended the tweet with a “Catch up little guy”.

Mic Drop.

Seth Rollins then began talking money, and claimed he makes more money than Will Ospreay.

Ospreay proceeded to ask Rollins to stay on topic. The original tweet stated “Find anyone else alive whod does what I do as well as I do it as often as I do it”. Ospreay replied “Here I am”.

He wished Rollins well on his recent back injury as well.

The Onlookers Give Their Two Cents

Despite being in a feud with Seth Rollins, Baron Corbin decided to defend him, and state that he worked more matches than Ospreay.

Ospreay claped back stating “No wonder RAW sucks”.

Enter Chris Jericho, the former WWE star who now works for AEW.

Jericho later stated he wasn’t throwing shade, he was “simply having a little fun”.

Time To Make $$$

Ospreay took the Twitter war one step futher, and began selling “Little Guy” shirts on his online store.

Honorable Mentions

Pro Wrestling journalist Wade Keller took Rollins to task on how he was portraying himself.

Rollins responded “if some kid who thinks he’s got it all figured out wants to step to me, then he’s gonna get patted on the head and sent on his way. And so will you”

 

Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter decided to throw shade at Rollins by tweeting “-6 Stars, Seth”. Meltzer was replying to Rollins tweet from 2018, after he was called out for speaking on Peyton Royce from the IIconics weight.

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Next NXT UK Takeover Announced

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NXT UK TAKEOVER 2020 BLACKPOOL

WWE has announced their next NXT UK Takeover.

During tonight’s NXT UK tapings, an announcement was made that the next NXT UK Takeover special will be held in Blackpool.

The announcement did not provide a date or venue, but is expected in the first quarter of 2020.

NXT held their first UK Takeover event earlier this year at the Empress Ballroom in Blackpool, England.

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Watch Behind The Scenes Footage Of CM Punk’s Return at WWE Backstage

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CM Punk WWE Backstage

This past Tuesday, CM Punk made his first appearance on WWE programming in several years.

FOX and CM Punk came to terms on a deal to have him periodically serve as an analyst on WWE Backstage on FS1.

Footage has been released documenting the lengths FOX went to keep CM Punk’s return a secret.

Check out the footage below

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Report: WWE Considering Dog Collar Match At TLC PPV

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Earlier this week, WWE sent three tentative matches to the Target Center for local advertising of the TLC pay-per-view.

In the past, these matches have been placeholders, and are done to generate interest in the pay-per-view. According to Dave Meltzer, in the latest edition of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, all three matches sent to the venue are penciled in for the TLC pay-per-view on 12/15.

The current match card includes, Roman Reigns vs. Baron Corbin in a TLC Match, this may change, as their has been talks to host a Dog Collar Match rather than a traditional Tables, Ladders, Chairs Match, but that has yet to be finalized.

Other matches include The Kabuki Warriors defending the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles against Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch in a Tables, Ladders, Chairs Match, and Bobby Lashley facing Rusev.

Originally, Lashley vs. Rusev was penciled in to take place at Survivor Series, but the company has decided to play out the storyline further, and have the match at TLC.

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