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Braun Strowman gets into a heated Twitter war with AEW star

Having made his debut for All Elite Wrestling a few weeks ago, Lance Archer has now found himself in a Twitter feud against WWE superstar Braun Strowman.

Earlier in the week, Strowman took to Twitter and responded to a fan who claimed that Archer is what Strowman should’ve been in WWE, as ‘The Monster Among Men’ labeled Archer as the “great brand value” version of him.

Strowman’s comments quickly caught the attention of Archer, as the former New Japan Pro Wrestling sensation responded to the former and turned his comments into compliments by calling himself a valuable, experienced, and interesting superstar with a personality.

Archer is currently aligned with WWE Hall of Famer, Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts in All Elite Wrestling and it remains to be seen when ‘The Murderhawk Monster’ will be making his in-ring debut for AEW.

As for Braun Strowman, the former WWE Intercontinental Champion will look forward to WrestleMania 36 in a few weeks’ time.

  • Troy Trigga

    Theft chicken lol

  • Troy Trigga

    Paying dues is for suckers. Only an idiot wants to took away for decades for a shot at stardom. If I can jump to the main event you damn right I’ll take it.

  • jedi

    Yeap pretty much right on all that & I’m a realist. Way to try to divert to insult a religion out I’d no where you should be proud. Everyone in America is basically out of work but they should send you other people money…..maybe put money in the bank with every paycheck like most competent adults.

  • Rinn13

    Yes, because when people are suddenly, involuntarily forced out of work, CAN’T work, and thus can’t make money, it’s clearly their fault. And I’m sure you’re probably a good, charitable “Christian” too.

  • CC

    I cannot take the name “Murderhawk” seriously.
    What is next, Rapepigeon? Assaultdove? Theftchicken?

  • jedi

    More like by bot saving their money they going to others to pay their Bill’s.

  • Rinn13

    Strowman revealed himself to be the piece of human trash that he is, by mocking indie wrestlers, people who have actually paid their dues in the business and come up the right way, for having the audacity to ask fans to buy merch or donate to patreons or whatever, during this time when they, through no fault of their own, can’t wrestle because shows are being shut down.

    Strowman, an ex-body builder, the exact kind that Vince has always had a chubby for, who was literally a manufactured product of the WWE developmental system, and never once had to struggle in the business, never once had to wrestle in front of five people at a tiny indie show, has no idea what the business honestly even is, has only EVER been a pampered and protected, forced-on-the-audience corporate WWE product, has the stones to tell indie wrestlers who are hurting financially because of this damn virus, to “try not being poor”, and “get another job”.

    By extension, where he directly means to or not, he’s also mocking all of the millions of WWE FANS, who are also involuntarily forced out of work by this awful corona nonsense. This diseased mentality, that if you somehow EVER find yourself on hard times, it must be “your fault”, and you should have just “worked harder”. This man has probably never truly struggled or had to do without his entire pampered life, and it shows. Because if he had, he wouldn’t for one minute have ever said anything so heartless, ignorant, and self-centered as he did. Just because most wrestlers in the world AREN’T in his privileged, protected position, with a huge guaranteed money contract whether he works or not, certainly doesn’t somehow make him better than them. Even though to him, it clearly does.

    Frankly, him saying those things, not only means he absolutely doesn’t deserve where he is or what he has in this business, as far as I’m concerned, it also means he doesn’t belong in the business in the first place.

  • Steven Davis

    A better story involving Strowman to post would be about him shaming people trying to make it by while not currently being able to work.

  • Keith Learmonth

    I wouldn’t call this a heated twitter war. They seem to both be messing with each other. Pretty sure they’re both having a laugh.