But their disagreements pale in comparison to some epic Twitter battles involving sports journalists, and athletes.
Ready for some good ole’ fashioned virtual hair-pulling?
Stevie Johnson dropped a game-winning touchdown in an overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last season. Naturally, Johnson's response was to blame his lord and saviour -- via Twitter: 'I praise you 24/7!!! And this how you do me!!! You expect me to learn from this???How??? I'll never forget this!! Ever!! Thx Tho.'
Johnson later apologized to the man upstairs.
Any time a punter makes headlines, readers are in for a treat.
Defending a fellow punter, Minnesota Vikings' Chris Kluwe and Sports Illustrated writer Peter King, had an argument discussing the difficulty and mechanics behind the art of punting.
Considering one is a well-respected journalist and the other is a punter, things didn't get too ugly. Lost is all this is Kluwe's handle, @ChrisWarcraft, further perpetuating the kicker stereotype.
Most arguments involving a WWE wrester are purely for show. Sorry, kids. That changed when CM Punk verbally attacked Bills linebacker Shawne Merriman for his failed pursuit of WWE Divas: 'Watching Shawne Merriman of the buffalo bills hit on our divas and strike out, remind me of the Bills in the super bowl. #choke'
Merriman didn't take kindly to the jab, tweeting, 'How about I come and deliver a nice special Lights Out a** woopin tonight Costa Rican Style.'
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