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AEW's MJF Gets Into Twitter War With Boston Celtics Big Man Enes Kanter

It's hardly a secret that Enes Kanter wants to be a professional wrestler. The new Boston Celtics center is a huge fan and has often talked up the discipline as he harbors intentions of following his dream once he's done with basketball.

This year has been quite the whirlwind for Kanter. Having started the 2018/19 NBA season with the New York Knicks, he ended it with the Portland Trail Blazers and is now in Boston after signing a two-year, $10 million deal with the team.

Kanter joined the Celtics as a replacement for departed Al Horford and will hope to bring a trophy to Boston after teaming up with the likes of Kemba Walker, Jayson Tatum, Gordon Hayward and Jaylen Brown.

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In the meantime, though, he's honing his skills in the ring and was recently seen administering a Diamond cutter to an unfortunate opponent while pacing about as "The Turkish Delight."

All Elite Wrestling's MJF, who's still Twitter uncertified, came across Kanter's video too and decided to take a shot at the NBA star, asking him to stick to playing with his "little balls."

"Cool let’s go to the most overhyped city in the world," he tweeted. "Speaking of overhyped, @EnesKanter I saw you playing wrestler on my feed. How about you stick to playing with your little balls and leave the wrestling to the pros. Or show up oct 9th so i can “bounce” your a** out.

Kanter responded to the tweet, urging MJF to at least get Twitter verified before running off at the fingers.

Cody Rhodes had to step in to apologize on his colleague's behalf, also taking the opportunity to extend an invitation to the center.

"You’ll have to forgive young Max," Rhodes wrote. "He’s “passionate”. We’d love to see you in Boston for @AEWrestling. Our mutual friend says you’ve got a helluva Diamond cutter."

AEW's second TNT show will be held in Boston on October 9 and we're really hoping this Twitter beef sets up a ring appearance for Kanter. The Turkish player won't be the first NBA star to be involved in a wrestling show (providing this does happen), with Dennis Rodman, Karl Malone, and Shaquille O'Neal all getting ring time at certain points back in the day.

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