Last week, WWE fans were shocked to hear that Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn had been sent home back to the USA by the company from their European tour after SmackDown Live on Tuesday night.
According to reports, the two superstars were supposed to “feed” for The New Day following the Zayn vs Kofi Kingston match which opened the show. Instead, Zayn and Owens just left the ring and made their way back up the ramp.
While this lead to speculation the two were done with the WWE, this isn't the case, as it was reported recently that The Prizefighter and The Underdog from The Underground are scheduled to be at this Tuesday's SmackDown Live taping in Charlotte, North Carlonia, where they are expected to take on The New Day.
In the meantime, both superstars are taking advantage of their unexpected time off. Owens was at Epcot, where he met some wrestling fans that had just got married and joined their dessert party at the park. He took a picture with the happy couple and congratulated them on Twitter.
That should have been the end of it. However, fellow SmackDown Live superstar Randy Orton saw an opportunity to make fun of Owens and ran with it, saying in a tweet: "Of course he stopped by...... it was a DESSERT PARTY.🍩🍪🍭🍰🎂"
The Prizefighter, not wanting to let The Viper get the better of him, replied: "You vape." Orton response to this also included a shot at Owen's status on WWE's European tour.
He said: "I actually quit vaping this European tour, but you wouldn’t know because you ain’t here."
This caused the former Universal Champion to respond by saying: "I got so excited for a second...I thought you said you had quit the company. Congrats on quitting vaping though that’s great! 😊😊😊" as well as: "By the way, that’s the best comeback you’ve blown in years."
Once everything had died down, The Prizefighter gave an important message to his fans when it comes to getting involved in Twitter wars, as he said: "There’s a lesson here, kids. Don’t tweet in haste. You might come up with something better than what you originally settled for just minutes later but the effect...it just won’t be the same. Good night."
It's clear here that Orton won the Twitter war, but it is widely predicted that Owens and Zayn will cost Orton, Shane McMahon, and the rest of the men's SmackDown team their match at Survivor Series this Sunday, so The Prizefighter isn't going to have to wait long in order to get his own back on The Viper.