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Randy Orton Challenges Soulja Boy To “Step Up” After Calling WWE Fake

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Randy Orton Challenges Soulja Boy To “Step Up” After Calling WWE Fake

File this under "things we didn't expect from this year and oh wow it's March already." Professional wrestler Randy Orton got his hackles up when rapper Soulja Boy said that fights in WWE are fake, and has even dared him to enter the ring.

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On February 28th, Soulja Boy tweeted "Rap game faker than WWE." Expectedly, this sentiment did not go down well with WWE fans. Soon, the replies and responses to the post were causing a cacophonous conflict between those defending the strength and dedication of wrestlers, those who believe WWE does have a script for how fights will be structured, and those who delighted in the disarray. "Bro, u literally faked making 'high-quality 4k' video game consoles wtf?" said one person. This is true. Soulja Boy did do that, and the consoles were real stunners - boasting a built-in camera, a calculator for some reason, and crunchy resolutions of 480×272. The products were also based on stolen designs and the games that ran on them were ROMs. You understand why the Soulja Game Console never got off the ground.

Undeterred, Soulja Boy is back to develop a new console and has invited the big cheeses of the tech world to "make history" with him and his team. Anyway. Returning to the tiff. Dominik Dijakovic, also known as T-Bar, weighed in on the diss. "Does the rap game take years off your life and leave you with countless injuries and debilitating pain? Oh well maybe just stick to super soaking hoes or whatever it is you did 15 years ago," replied the wrestler. Building from this, Orton quote-retweeted Dijakovic's statement and added that Soulja Boy is a "b*tch *ss."

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"Fake? Dare this prick to step up. He dont like movies? Consider us actors that do stunts, without pads 200 days a year and don't b*tch when we get surgically repaired and come right back. Consider us 100 times tougher then [sic] anyone you've come across," said Orton. Soulja Boy didn't drop the issue. "Do you know who the f*** I am? I'll bring the real wrestling. Don't play with me," replied the rapper, and Orton appeared to invite him to a fight: "Come to my world and say that. Dare ya."

Since then, Soulja Boy has been stoking the flames by retweeting memes about his altercation with the wrestler while Orton once more challenged the rapper. "Be there. Enough talk. Back it up," said Orton. Well, we'll let you know when and where to watch the official fight... if it ever happens.

Featured Image Credit: Randy Orton, Soulja Boy

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