Cody Rhodes Asks Enes Kanter To Forgive MJF
Enes Kanter and All Elite Wrestling feel like they’re on something of a collision course, and there’s nothing that can be done to stop it. The NBA star is clearly interested and invested in the idea of pro wrestling, and he already seems to have found the perfect opponent in the form of AEW’s resident heel MJF.
Alas, Cody had to pull his young follower back a little bit following a recent social media spat, as fans question when we’re going to see Enes in the ring.
You’ll have to forgive young Max. He’s “passionate”
We’d love to see you in Boston for @AEWrestling
Our mutual friend says you’ve got a helluva 💎 cutter https://t.co/RIMxmsQrUh
— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) August 7, 2019
Bray Wyatt Corrects Jim Ross
There are so many factors of Bray Wyatt‘s slow descent into madness and insanity that we absolutely love, with his unpredictability being one of them. The dual personality nature of his current gimmick is another, with the man himself taking the time on Twitter earlier today to correct AEW commentator Jim Ross who thought he’d made an astute observation on Bray’s remarks.
While Jim was well within his rights to do so, it’s nice to see that Bray hasn’t resorted to firing shots across the battlefield just yet.
It’s not just a lyric, it’s a piece of a story I haven’t told yet.
— Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) August 7, 2019