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WWE Superstars turn on fellow wrestler over disrespectful tweet

Tough Enough winner steps out of line with jibe at senior Superstars

Bredl isn’t too popular right now

WWE Tough Enough winner Josh Bredl currently isn’t the most popular person around, due to him taking to social networking site Twitter to aim potshots at WWE’s Social Outcasts stable last night. This didn’t go down well with his fellow wrestlers – reports dailywrestlingnews.com.

Bredl, who’s now adopted the name Bronson Mathews in WWE NXT, received flak for his comments from his fellow wrestlers including Kevin Owens, Curtis Axel, Stardust, Heath Slater, Adam Rose and Bull Dempsey.
 
Bredl went ahead and deleted most of his tweets except his original one, which was: “Yup.. I like it.. #SocialJobbers”

According to the rumour mill inside WWE, Bredl is facing so much heat because a lot of wrestlers on the main roster and in NXT were of the opinion that his jibe at the Social Outcasts was way out of line, which was a rumour supported by PWInsider.

Slater and his peers are on the lower end of the midcard but the feel that they are stars in their own right and have all earned their places on the roster and made sacrifices to propel themselves up, unlike Bredl, who earned a spot on WWE through Tough Enough with a $250,000 contract, giving him no right to pass jibes against anyone.

Some of the tweets criticizing Bredl are down below:






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