Who else will battle to become Brock Lesnar’s next challenger?
This past Monday night, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle revealed that there would be a multi-person match at WWE Extreme Rules, with the winner going on to challenge Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship.
Thus far, Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley have been named as competitors in this mysterious match-up, with more Superstars yet to be revealed. On Saturday, WWE.com published a poll asking the WWE Universe who they would like to see in this bout, a question Angle also posed on Twitter. The posts, however, drew the ire of Lesnar’s advocate Paul Heyman, who lashed out at both Angle and WWE.com editorial staff for the “clickbait.”
Um …. how can I put this diplomatically …. are we going to find out tomorrow morning that someone hacked @RealKurtAngle's Twitter account again? A GM who wants to have credibility, pandering to the social media multiverse as if he has any say who will end up challenging Brock? https://t.co/2mTIuXMMfo— Paul Heyman (@HeymanHustle) June 24, 2018
To the Copywriter and / or Weekend Editor posting on @WWE's twitter account: Your pathetic, desperate attempt at clickbait is worthy not only of scorn, but of an immediate pink slip being issued with the now-famous sendoff, "we wish you well in all your future endeavors!" https://t.co/zWI49k2ndT— Paul Heyman (@HeymanHustle) June 24, 2018
What will be the fallout from this social media altercation on Raw?