– Several Superstars took to Twitter to remember fallen veterans for Memorial Day and Goldust was one of them. R-Truth responded to his tweet and has received some heat from fans for what he said. If you recall, their feud started when Goldust turned on R-Truth. WWE will likely book a match between the two Superstars at the upcoming Extreme Rules PPV event.
Honestly, I don’t see the issue with the tweet other than maybe he should have responded to a different one. I am sure that Truth meant nothing disrespectful. You can see his tweet here:
@Goldust Remember I'm gone getcha
— WWE R-Truth (@RonKillings) May 29, 2017
— William P James (@WPJamesSR) May 29, 2017
– WWE has released the latest Top 10 video, which features weapons used during matches at past Extreme Rules PPV events. The video includes Daniel Bryan sending Kane through a flaming table and John Cena using a steel chain on Brock Lesnar.
– WWE has uploaded this match from the 2011 Extreme Rules pay-per-view event featuring The Miz, John Morrison, and John Cena. You can watch it here: