The WWE can't seem to escape controversy these days and unfortunately for them, it isn't all in-ring problems.
In 2014, the company had many problems with the departures of superstars like CM Punk and Alberto Del Rio in controversial circumstances.
Already in 2015, the company have seen the annual Royal Rumble end in boos, Seth Rollins caught up in a nude picture scandal and now two high profile lawsuits against the company.
But could Twitter once again be set to cause the company some bad publicity following a suggestive tweet by a Hall of Famer.
Often referred to as the original diva, Sunny - the WWE Hall of Famer has caused a bit of a stir lately on Twitter.
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Sunny has returned to an activity that is certainly frowned upon by the WWE with 'adult skype sessions' her new hobby.
The sessions which are of an explicit nature and have been made available to any fan who is willing to pay for it.
Well now Sunny is behind some controversy that is now looking at current WWE superstar Dolph Ziggler.
When asked by a fan who she finds hotter between Ziggler and Randy Orton, she responded with quite an interesting tweet.
"thats a tough one. theyre both hot. But since I've had Dolph, I'll have to go with him" - Sunny's tweet about Ziggler and Orton
There has been no clarification about what the 'original diva' meant by the tweet, but many on Twitter have taken their own meaning from it.
Sunny's tweet has certainly opened a can of worms as the large amount of replies showing shock have proven.
Following the suggestive revelation, there have also been reports that Ziggler himself has become victim of ribbing backstage.
It will be interesting to see if this tweet goes any further and if there are any repercussions for Ziggler.
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