Twitter in the sports world seems to cause more problems than it solves and it can often divide opinions on whether or not sports stars should be on there.
The social media site has done wonders to help the fans connect with their favourite sports stars who take to Twitter to interact with their fans.
It is now possible to have a discussion with your favourite sports star/ team/ league, all thanks to Twitter.
However, when it goes wrong, it really goes wrong on Twitter with most PR disasters coming after hotheaded stars tweet something they shouldn't.
But you'd only have to ask WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins how bad it can be when your Twitter gets hacked.
Rollins had explicit images of himself shared across the web after his Twitter was hacked and now another WWE superstar has suffered a similar fate.
Chris Jericho has managed to keep any explicit images of himself away from Twitter, but there has been a group who got their hands on account today.
Tweets were sent out to Vince McMahon and Triple H which were more than a little explicit in nature and contained some very serious content.
Tweets were also sent out which claimed that Jericho was a sell-out for only competing a few times a year for money with the WWE.
A profile by the name of @GalvanizeMob was behind the hack and after finally regaining control of his account, Jericho asked for some help.
The response from the fans were as expected with them all condemning the actions of Galvanise Mob and theorising how their lives are outside of the Twitter-verse.
For an example of some of the tweets that were sent out whilst the group had access to Jericho's account, click here.