Pro wrestling legend RJ City was SHOOTING HARD on social media on Monday night, calling out video game developers for not paying him the money he deserves to be in a wrestling video game.
Though RJ City is very famous -- he's defeated former WCW World Champion David Arquette, been mentioned on WWE After The Bell, and discussed dirty asses with Fightful -- video game developers are notoriously cheap.
Stop asking when I’m gonna be in a wrestling video game. Maybe ask the video game companies when they’re gonna pay a deserved price for my charismatic likeness compared to every other bloated asshole on their rosters.— RJ City (@RJCity1) July 20, 2020
Though it might not be obvious to the untrained eye, RJ was very clearly taking a shot at alleged greatest wrestler ever Randy Orton, who has never defeated former WCW World Heavyweight Champion David Arquette -- he pinned Alex Riley, not Arquette, in a two-on-one handicap match in 2010 -- and Orton took notice.
Question. Am I a bloated asshole? Seriously. Wanna know. If I am, then please guide me to a professional nutritionist. I don’t want to be NOT in a video game because I am bloated. Shit, heard the cover of that 2K shit banks 6 figures. Wait... (checking...yes, it in fact does) -- https://t.co/PiwyagJ8Ux— Randy Orton (@RandyOrton) July 21, 2020
Clearly GOTTEN TO ONLINE, young talent Randy Orton was buried by the legendary veteran RJ City.
Randy opens the fridge, the words of my tweet still whirling in his head. He looks at the leftover pastrami sandwich and speaks softly:— RJ City (@RJCity1) July 21, 2020
“Hey! Nothing you can say. Nothing's gonna change what you've done to me. Now it's time to shine. Gonna take what's mine. Take what's mine.” https://t.co/Of4O4iXXFq
You hear voices in your head... https://t.co/hm4N83jzGN— RJ City (@RJCity1) July 21, 2020
Kid, your tweets are all over the place, there’s no psychology. Slow down, let them breathe. Tell a story. https://t.co/CnBvbY21Ff— RJ City (@RJCity1) July 21, 2020
Maybe one day Randy will learn how to work. Until then, RJ City will be around to carry the business.