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Fans turn on Karl Anderson after social media blunder

One half of The Good Brothers, Karl Anderson, stirred up Twitter for all the wrong reasons yesterday and fans ripped him a new one.

After Fightful Wrestling’s Sean Ross Sapp tweeted that WWE sent an e-mail to all its talent telling them that they provide counseling service if they are in need of help following the death of Daffney, Anderson replied to the tweet that “they suck bro.”

Still bitter over his release last year, Anderson got smacked by hundreds of fans who did not approve of his comment, especially not on the day when the whole community was mourning the death of one of their own.

He then tweeted that it “must be a slow wrestling news night” to continue angering fans and after one guy replied “don’t you have a wife to cheat on?” Anderson wrote that this guy is why he “hates MARKS” and wrote that no one asks him “for a f*cking picture” at hotels or if they see him outside.

“You’re lucky I even write back on here,” he then continued. “Lemme say something to you loud and clear…F * C K Y O U All,” as he continued calling everyone a mark.

Meanwhile, Jake Atlas, who was also recently released by WWE, admitted that WWE paid for six months of his therapy that saved his life. “Not everything is what it seems. People who are truly suffering from mental illness learn how to to hide it well. Reach out,” he said.

Colin Vassallo
Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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