Road Dogg Takes Umbrage At #FireRoadDogg Hashtag, Blocks Haters On Twitter

So apparently people are blaming Brian James, aka Road Dogg, in his role on the SmackDown creative staff, for the debacle that was the Battleground PPV.

Some detractors even started a #FireRoadDogg hashtag on Twitter.

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Road Dogg didn't take too kindly to folks calling for his job.

Most of his interactions with detractors actually occurred last night, after what many agree was one of the better episodes of SmackDown in a while. Trouble was, the #FireRoadDogg crew believed it to be merely a fluke, or worse, a clear sign that James was no longer running the show.

Not all of Road Dogg's (excuse me, "RoadDogg's") exchanges with fans were negative, however:


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