Pat McAfee is one of the most exciting and exciting commentators to watch since joining Michael Cole on SmackDown. It’s safe to say he’s doing a great job and almost everyone agrees on that.
However, there are a few people out there who are not and never will be happy with Pat McAfee’s success.
In fact, an NXT superstar has suggested that the former Indianapolis Colts player just pay a visit.
Former WWE NXT Champion Adam Cole has hinted at making his debut on Twitter. Cole tweeted his disgust at McAfee and immediately received a response from WWE on Fox telling him where to find him.
Cole stated that he is well aware of Pat McAfee’s whereabouts and that the WWE Universe should never forget that he does what he wants, when he wants.
“Never forget … do what I want … when I want … and Pat sucks. #LifeLessonsWithAdamColeBayBaySaid Adam Cole
With SummerSlam just around the corner, WWE will be trying to rearrange things and add some new storylines for The Biggest Party of the Summer. A feud between debutant Adam Cole and Pat McAfee would be welcome, especially given the fantastic matches they gave us on NXT.
Adam Cole may have to wait to get his hands on Pat McAfee
Adam Cole may not like Pat McAfee, and he may be itching to get his hands on the former NFL superstar, but he may have to wait in line. There’s another WWE Superstar on SmackDown who isn’t too happy with him.
King Corbin recently appeared on The Bump, where he revealed he hasn’t been too happy with Pat McAfee’s antics lately. Corbin feels betrayed by McAfee, whom he believes is a close personal friend.
Corbin isn’t very pleased with Pat’s open support for Rick Boogs and Shinsuke Nakamura as he thinks he has switched sides.
He’s even threatened to knock Pat McAfee through a table if he continues to play the air guitar and air drum alongside Rick Boog.
Who would you like to see Pat McAfee first if he ever gets back in the ring? Adam Cole or King Corbin? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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