It's hard to believe that a guy who used to make veiled references to marijuana on live television and yell "suck it" all the time is the head creative mind of SmackDown Live. But Road Dogg is the top dog of WWE's blue brand.
After Sunday's Battleground show a lot of people were left feeling unsatisfied, to say the least. The main event was panned and the finish to the AJ Styles/Kevin Owens match was totally screwed up. At the time we knew the US Title match didn't end right, but in time we would really discover why.
There were some fans out there who wanted to place all of the blame on the D-O-Double G. The ending of the Shinsuke Nakamura and Baron Corbin match might have been the straw to break the camel's back as Road Dogg broke his silence and responded in full force.
Of course, it didn't stop there. So be prepared to read some pretty amazing tweets for the rest of this article.
Road Dogg's Twitter response spree soon became a full-fledged block party as he soon grew tired of other people's opinions on his work.
Of course, it wasn't all bad. Some people actually had Road Dogg's back and he certainly realized that.
It's been a busy week full of news. If you'd like to catch up on some of the top stories from this week, check out some of the links below:
- Alberto El Patron remains suspended from GFW despite being cleared in Orlando airport incident
- Rumor Killer On Paige Arrest Warrant Story
- AJ Styles was supposed to win his match against Kevin Owens at WWE Battleground
- Update on possible SummerSlam plans for The Great Khali
- SummerSlam plans for Big Cass, is he working out as a top heel?
- Kurt Angle receives praise for his acting in Jason Jordan story line
- WATCH: AJ Styles throws out first pitch at Phillies baseball game
- Two Japanese pro wrestlers involved in stabbing incident
- WATCH: Roman Reigns is back to putting Braun Strowman through a table
- Alberto El Patron reportedly no longer suspect in domestic violence investigation