Recently, Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Superstars Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre fought on Twitter. Twitter is one of the top websites for online wars between WWE superstars. Many superstars fight deliberately on Twitter to promote feud or add heat into their feuds.
Some of the wars on Twitter are actually real, whereas, some of them are scripted or part of a storyline. Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre will fight each other at the upcoming Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Backlash Pay-Per-View (PPV) event.
The Pay-Per-View (PPV) will take place at the Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Performance Center inside an empty arena. This is due to the pandemic.
Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley Fight on Twitter
Bobby Lashley actually started the war by mocking McIntyre’s old moniker, “The Chosen One”: "One more week.
Your story was fun @DMcIntyreWWE, but that's all it is: A story," Lashley wrote. "My prophecy has been written for YEARS. I am the TRUE 'Chosen One.' Time to dominate. #WWEBacklash #AndNew" McIntyre then spoke about Bobby Lashley actually getting a replica title.
He indicated that it will be the closest that Lashley will ever get to the title. "How cute, you bought a replica, about as close as you'll be getting to the title," McIntyre responded. "Seth's side plates as well, your fate will be the same as his.
'The Chosen One' was 11-years-ago, since then I've been released, came back, & became Champion. The fans chose me. What have you done?" McIntyre told his fans that Lashley’s recent photo with the replica title wasn’t photoshopped.
"FYI, people think this is photoshop. No. He actually asked to have these photos took whilst he was playing make-believe." Drew McIntyre is currently in his second run in the Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
His previous run was a disaster. He had to leave WWE to reinvent himself and found huge success at other wrestling promotions. He is known for his awesome work at Impact Wrestling. Drew McIntyre is now one of the top superstars and even managed to best Brock Lesnar a few times during his career.