TakeOver: Vengeance Day closed earlier tonight (Feb. 14) with Adam Cole superkicking NXT champion Finn Bálor. Then when his Undisputed ERA teammate Kyle O’Reilly protested, Cole superkicked him, too.
This caught the eye of a man who has some history with Adam Cole. After he and his hired guns Dunne, Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch lost the ERA at WarGames, Pat McAfee took some time off from WWE. He’s focusing on the other dozen or so things he has going on (namely, covering the end of the NFL season on his radio/internet sports talk show and his new marriage), but he’s supposed to return to the squared circle at some point.
He was obviously tuned into WWE Network tonight. And was very ready to comment on the actions of his old nemesis...
Internet Wrestling Community, I am now accepting your apologies in abundance.— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) February 15, 2021
You are by far the dumbest group of humans on the internet, you could’ve never known your hero was a treasonous scumbag but, I knew it all along. Please use #PatWasRight in your apology tweets. pic.twitter.com/DuQRpJNAbJ
The Undisputed Era is dead. pic.twitter.com/ZTR9XMemZX— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) February 15, 2021
You’re right, Pat. We are by far the dumbest group of humans on the internet. We should have known our hero was a treasonous scumbag. You knew it all along.