Velveteen Dream continued his rivalry with Ricochet on Twitter this week, calling the high-flying prodigy a “Great Value version of Lio Rush”. The two faced off on last week’s episode of WWE NXT before being beaten down by an invading Lars Sullivan.
Rush responded, claiming that it “took the kid 16 years to get to the level of yours truly,” before referring to himself as a “Living Legend”. The 23-year-old made his debut on NXT television last October – ironically being attacked by Dream that very same show – but hasn’t been seen since making an off-hand comment about Tenille Dashwood (aka Emma) being released by WWE.
It’s expected that Ricochet and Dream will face off once again at next month’s NXT Takeover: Chicago special, but not before both men get a little revenge on Lars Sullivan when they face off in a 2-on-1 handicap match with the yellow brand’s resident monster.
When U think about it
King Ricochet is the
Great Value Version Of @itsLioRush
— DREAM (@VelveteenWWE) May 22, 2018
Hey @VelveteenWWE ! @KingRicochet = GREAT VALUE indeed. Took the kid 16 years to get to the level of yours truly. #LivingLegend #23YearOldPieceOfVeteranGold 😂 https://t.co/EdCGKd4tUt
— 💸 MONEY MONEY 5.25.18 💸 (@itsLioRush) May 22, 2018
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