Road Dogg didn't seem to make friends with FTR (The Revival in WWE) during their time in the company.
The Twitter beef between the two men started when Dax Harwood gave Shawn Michaels a sarcastic birthday shoutout, noting it was Shawn's birthday on July 22 and posting a picture of the greatest wrestler of all-time, Bret Hart. Rusev wondered why Dax didn't @ Michaels in the post.
No @ ?? https://t.co/WfYSLwEBPP— Miro (@ToBeMiro) July 22, 2020
Road Dogg, who works as a producer in WWE, jumped in to call out Dax, which led to a series of tweets between Cash and Dogg.
No guts! Be well Miro!! God bless you dude— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) July 23, 2020
Definitely not.— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) July 24, 2020
Definitely a good guy that never talked shit about talent as soon as they’d walk away. And definitely wouldn’t try to bury anyone that disagreed with him. Definitely. https://t.co/5SL96V0qZh— CASH (@CashWheelerFTR) July 24, 2020
Road Dogg didn't realize this was a shoot.
Wow, I thought we were cool, kinda just ribbing. I see one of us wasn’t. My bad dude. Good luck to y’all— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) July 24, 2020
FTR worked with Road Dogg on-screen at Raw 25 when they took the finisher buffet from D-Generation X. In a previous interview, FTR said that was the segment that they lost faith in WWE and said no one except X-Pac thanked them for their job in selling during the segment.
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