WWE.com has posted an interesting story about a recent Twitter feud that's been going on between NXT Superstar Montez Ford of The Street Profits and newly-signed NXT talent Trevor "Ricochet" Mann.
The following comes from WWE.com:
Trevor Mann has been at the WWE Performance Center for less than a week, but the acclaimed new recruit appears to already be locked in competition with his fellow athletes in Orlando, Fla. — at least in the weight room.
WWE PC Strength & Conditioning Coach Sean Hayes led NXT Superstars through a Hercules-inspired upper-body workout today, and as a video posted on NXT’s Twitter account reveals, the regimen was a grueling one.
Following the sweat session, Mann — who’s seen in the video doing a set of chin-ups with weighted chains wrapped around him — couldn’t help but take a playful (we think) jab at The Street Profits, suggesting he showed Montez Fordand Angelo Dawkins “how it’s done.”
Never one to let a salvo go unanswered, Ford offered a little context in his response to the WWE PC newcomer:
Issa Light Day. https://t.co/FnTKaxMKpo— Montez Ford (@MontezFordWWE) January 19, 2018
Following the workout, Mann was overheard saying that he’s coming for the Combine crown in 2018, a reference to NXT’s annual strength-and-conditioning Combine, a competition in which Ford has always been one of the top performers. Could a budding rivalry between the two athletic wonders be shaping up before our very eyes?
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