WWE Tough Enough winner Josh Bredl has potentially got himself into hot water after making a tweet about a newly formed stable on the main roster.
Bredl, who won this season's Tough Enough, is currently working at the developmental centre and is part of NXT, but he has taken to Twitter to mock four members of the main roster, which hasn't gone down well at all with Kevin Owens.
Owens, who has recently been called up to the main show from NXT, responded to Bredl's tweet and eventually ended up blocking him which could make for uncomfortable situations in the workplace.
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After winning Tough Enough, Bredl earned a contract within the WWE and he is now working under the ring name Bronson Matthews.
Seemingly after watching Monday Night Raw, the Tough Enough winner took to his official Twitter account to tweet about new stable 'The Social Outcasts'. The stable was formed a couple of weeks ago and it consists of Bo Dallas, Adam Rose, Heath Slater and Curtis Axel.
The four have been known to be jobbers in the past, and WWE have put them together into a stable in the hope that they can create something for themselves.
However, after Slater lost to The Big Show on RAW, Bredl took to Twitter to reveal his thoughts about the new stable.
He tweeted: 'Yup.. I like it..#SocialJobbers'
After seeing the tweet and clearly being annoyed at it, Kevin Owens responded.
The former-Intercontinental champion quoted Bredl's tweet and posted: 'Look at the veteran here with the big fancy insider terms!'
Afterwards Owens then admitted that he blocked the Tough Enough winner and said it felt great doing so.
Bredl quickly removed his initial tweet and then posted 'LOL' after finding out about Owens blocking him.
One fan on Twitter replied to Owens saying that Bredl should respect his peers, to which Owens replied with: 'He is not our peer.'
Things could be getting a bit awkward in the locker room if these two ever go head-to-head.