Becky Lynch, Alexa Bliss, and Ember Moon involved in Twitter war


Becky Lynch has managed to find another superstar to have beef with over social media following Ronda Rousey's hiatus from the WWE following WrestleMania 35.

One of the highlights of the Lynch vs Rousey feud was their war on social media, with the two constantly exchanging messages, blurring the line between storyline enhancement and actual hatred towards one another.

Now Rowdy has taken a hiatus from WWE to start a family and recover from her WrestleMania hand injury, The Man has started a new Twitter war with Ember Moon and Alexa Bliss.

Moon became a new potential rival for Lynch following her move from Monday Night Raw to SmackDown Live in the Superstar Shake-up this week, while Bliss and Lynch have feuded in the past over the Women's SmackDown title in 2016 and 2017.

This current Twitter war began when Five Feet of Fury and The War Goddess showed their emotions after being separated due to the Superstar Shake-up. The Man saw their tweets and responded by saying: "Save those tears for when I slap the head off you."

Moon replied: "Hah. Stop acting like I would allow that to happen," which caused Lynch to send out this tweet:

"I’m going to hit you that hard, Alexa will go out injured again."

This didn't not sit well with either Bliss or Moon, who sent out the following tweets.

Bliss said: "Really bex ... I’m sure me having career threatening injury is really funny for you ... you know how they say don’t bite the hands that feeds you? .. maybe don’t bite the hand that made you relevant. When all I had to do was debut @BeckyLynchWWE"

Moon added: "Geez "Man" It's one thing to make idle threats as the glorified internet troll you are, but you mocking a near career ending injury is proving you are a bully. You are just scum that needs to be taken down a notch. I'll happily oblige."

Both Bliss and Moon could have an opportunity to get their hands on Lynch in the ring since the Raw and SmackDown Women's Champion shows up on both shows these days.

However, since the Raw Women's Championship contender has already been deciding following Lacey Evans' win over Natalya this week, Five Feet of Fury might have to wait her turn before getting a title match with Lynch.


The War Goddess, therefore, might be the one that has a chance to damage The Man where it hurts first by challenging her for the SmackDown Women's title. We'll have to wait and see if this Twitter war develops into a title match for Moon.

Lynch is likely to defend both the Raw and SmackDown Women's titles at Money in the Bank next month.

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