Bubba Ray says if you're going to steal the Dudleys' moves, at least make them look good.
Over the weekend, a video was tweeted by WWE's twitter showing Sheamus and Cesaro performing a 3-D to Jeff Hardy. During the early 2000s, Jeff Hardy and his brother Matt Hardy feuded with the innovators of the 3-D, the Dudley Boys. WWE's twitter made comment on Jeff Hardy's familiarity with the move.
While at #WWEBrisbane, @WWECesaro and @WWESheamus hit @JEFFHARDYBRAND with a move that he is unfortunately way too familiar with... pic.twitter.com/bjiMuEtS3s— WWE (@WWE) September 16, 2017
After video circulated of the 3-D on Jeff Hardy, Bubba Ray Dudley tweeted a gif of himself looking angry and Cesaro responded with a gif of himself shrugging. This led to a short twitter conversation. Devon Dudley approved of the 3-D but he also said he was at the event when it happened.
Then on Raw, Sheamus and Cesaro hit another 3-D on Karl Anderson but had their pin broken up. This prompted another tweet from Bubba Ray Dudley insinuating Sheamus and Cesaro are doing it wrong.
When done correctly. --#Raw -- pic.twitter.com/jUyC2EA6O7— Bubba Ray Dudley (@bullyray5150) September 19, 2017
Sheamus and Cesaro have been scheduled to challenge Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins on Sunday at WWE No Mercy for the Raw Tag-Team Championships. Their feud with Ambrose and Rollins has lasted for over a month. On Monday, they beat Rollins and Ambrose in a triple threat tag-team match which included Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows
Fightful Wrestling will have live coverage and a recapping podcast for WWE No Mercy.