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Tough Enough winner Josh causes a stir with disrespectful tweet

Tough Enough winner Josh pissed off the wrong people on Twitter after putting a comment on Twitter saying, “Yup.. I like it.. #SocialJobbers.”

The tweet, which has since been deleted, was met with criticism from Kevin Owens and Stardust. “Look at the veteran here with the big fancy insider terms,” tweeted Owens. “I blocked him. Felt great,” he then tweeted. Josh simply replied with a “#LOL” and a screenshot from Twitter saying he’s been blocked from following @FightOwensFight and viewing his tweets.

Stardust was more critical for the disrespect he showed. “Enjoy dressing in the hall, dick. Not blocked. Banned,” his tweet said. “Yikes,” Josh replied, while also getting ripped by fellow NXT star Bull Dempsey. Dempsey told him that he always stood up to him when others didn’t, a comment which Josh acknowledged. “Then why bury people who paved the way for you AND me?! This place was different before you were here. Before I was here,” Dempsey added.

But perhaps Owens said it best. “Let him LOL. People like him fizzle out by themselves pretty quick anyway.”

Josh wouldn’t be the first one to be banned from a WWE locker room. The Miz was banned when he started for six months for eating a piece of chicken over someone else’s bag in the locker room. “I had to find a place to shower, to use the restroom, to change. I’ve had it pretty rough in the WWE just because I’m an outsider, and WWE is kind of like a close-knit family or like a fraternity,” he said in an interview at the time.

Josh now uses the name Bronson Mathews.

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