Road Dogg questions if the wrestlers behind All In are the underdog anymore.
On Thursday, WWE shared this video claiming the wresters in the 8th season of Total Divas are "All In." Many fans were quick to question if WWE was taking a shot at Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks. That video can be seen below.
The #TotalDivas cast is ALL IN for Season 8, premiering Sept. 19 at 9/8c on @e_entertainment! https://t.co/8A8qQR9VA1@BellaTwins @NiaJaxWWE @RealPaigeWWE @LanaWWE @NaomiWWE @NatbyNature pic.twitter.com/Zs3mBZbUK6— WWE (@WWE) July 26, 2018
"Imagine sending wrestlers a cease and desist over a 20-year-old hand gesture only to hijack the catchphrase they’re using to promote an event months later," wrote Satin.
This comment attracted the criticism of Smackdown producer Brian James (also known as Road Dogg Jesse James) who suggested WWE was returning fire.
Have you ever heard the phrase,”what’s good for goose is good for the gander”? If it’s ok to bite, it’s ok to bite, right?!— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) July 26, 2018
James also took offense to Satin framing Rhodes and Young Bucks as the underdogs. With the sold-out All In show garnering significant attention James questions who the "little guy" is.
The two sweet gesture is not the only point of conflict in WWE and the All In crews past. Last September, Bullet Club "invaded" a taping of Raw in the fashion of the DX Invasion of WCW in which Road Dogg participated. The too sweet cease and desist came days after the invasion.