Road Dogg Responds to #FireRoadDogg Hashtag on Twitter, Comments on Recent Fan Complaints

WWE producer Road Dogg, who has been the subject of numerous fan complaints on Twitter following this past Sunday night’s WWE Battleground PPV, is now the subject of a “FireRoadDogg” hashtag which has been created on Twitter.

Fans seemed to be happier with last night’s edition of WWE Smackdown Live, however did voice complaints about John Cena vs Shinsuke Nakamura being offered on free TV next week. Road Dogg has responded to several of the fans, and has blocked some of them as well:


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