Luke Harper is not happy.
Following all of the travel issues WWE Superstars faced in trying to return to America from Saudi Arabia, Luke Harper released his frustrations on Instagram and some notable names shared similar sentiments in the comments.
Harper, whose only point of business in Saudi Arabia was the Kickoff Battle Royal to determine AJ Styles challenger for the United States Championship at the Crown Jewel event itself, posted a very disgruntled picture of himself on Instagram landing back in the States with the caption, "Larry, I'm home. I guess I didn't want it enough to pay for my own charter, but I'm home now. #NotTop20."
Among those that commented, former WWE Tag Team Champion turned producer Tyson Kidd replied to Harper saying that next time they wouldn't be "lazy" and would pool their money together to get home.
Eric Young, who was also in the Kickoff 20-Man Battle Royal, was a little more aggressive in his reply but added to Kidd's suggestion of pooling together money for a charter.
"I’ll pitch in guys. Next time I’ll have more pride in my self and take it upon my self to be better! What a world. What a FN UNIVERSE!!," he said.
AEW World Champion Chris Jericho also replied saying that he was glad everybody made it home safe.
Earlier this year, Harper openly stated that he requested his release from WWE. WWE denied the request and Harper returned to TV at September's Clash of Champions pay-per-view, assisting Erick Rowan in gaining a victory over Roman Reigns. Most recently, Harper was drafted to the SmackDown brand in the supplemental portion of the 2019 WWE Draft.
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