Apparently, The General Manager of Monday Night Raw, Mick foley is unhappy with the fact that SmackDown's General manager Daniel Bryan called independent wrestler James Ellsworth this past Tuesday on SmackDown Live! to take part in the main event of the show.
Foley made a Facebook post following this week's episode of the Blue Branded show of WWE in which he accused Daniel Bryan of 'raiding' Raw for superstars like James. As seen in the post below, Foley called James a "Raw Guy" and accused Bryan of setting a dangerous precedent:
Interestingly, the WWE Hall of Famer also disclosed a way to settle this affair by inviting Daniel Bryan and SmackDown commentator Mauro Ranallo to call out some Cruiserweight matches on Raw next week as seen in the post above.
It's notable here that both Daniel Bryan and Mauro Ranallo were part of the commentary team of the recently finished cruiserweight Classic tournament on WWE Network.
So letting Foley invite both the SmackDown stars on Raw via this humorous post to call out matches during the debut of the high-flying division is a clever move by WWE.
Not Ony they are the perfect men to introduce all the cruiserweight stars to casual WWE fans but the popularity of Daniel Bryan would also help to draw attention to the show after suffering from record low ratings last week.
On a relative note, James Ellsworth who has been mentioned by Foley in his post is an independent wrestler and the owner of an indie wrestling promotion named Adrenaline Championship Wrestling.
He was brought to Raw during a recent episode of the show to job to Braun Strowman. James showed up on SmackDown this week where Daniel Bryan introduced him as the partner of AJ Syles in his match against John Cena and Dean Ambrose during the main event of the show.
Although he wasn't able to compete in the match and was attacked by The Intercontinental Champion The Miz during his entrance, who believed that he should be a part of the main event. He later took part in the match as the partner for AJ Styles.