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15 Wrestling Pairs That Currently Have Beef With One Another

2018 is here and there are still many wrestlers taking part in drama behind the scenes.

2018 is here and there are still many wrestlers taking part in drama behind the scenes. The tension between wrestlers has been a frequent thing in the wrestling business. Egos are in play more than the average form of entertainment and the political environment causes wrestlers to develop issues with each other. 2017 saw many new wrestling feuds behind the scenes start. The issues in recent months to start has given us quite a few instances of beef between wrestlers. There are also the stories of hatred that have existed for many years. Wrestlers involved here have enough disdain for each other to keep it going for a long time.

We'll look at various stories regarding why these specific wrestlers have issues with each other. Some of the instances features tales of one wrestlers having more of a problem than the other. Meanwhile, there are a decent number of rivalries that contain two wrestlers having equal levels of hatred for each other. It is your job to decide who is in the right for each story of wrestling drama. Time will tell which wrestlers are able to make peace in the future. These are fifteen wrestling pairs that currently have beef with one another.

15 Cody Rhodes and Roman Reigns

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The popularity of the Bullet Club has made it one of the hottest acts in wrestling today. Roman Reigns even referred to them in a negative manner during a 2017 interview. The comment of Reigns saw him say wrestling didn’t need these guys walking around and doing the “too sweet” gesture like it was the 90s. Cody Rhodes was a peer of Reigns in WWE and didn’t appreciate the comment.

14 Bully Ray and Randy Orton

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Another recent wrestling drama between a Ring of Honor wrestler and WWE Superstar saw two veterans expose their beef. Randy Orton took aim at the wrestlers today that work a fast-paced style with lots of dives. Bully Ray joined ROH in 2017 and started working more independent dates after his WWE contract expired, so he decided to defend the “dive” aspect of the argument.

13 Bret Hart and Seth Rollins

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The issues between Seth Rollins and Bret Hart come down to a difference in wrestling generations. Hart believes Rollins is reckless due to the high-flying moves that often provides a risk for him and his opponents. John Cena and Finn Balor suffered serious injuries from Rollins’ moves in back-to-back years leading to Bret calling out Rollins not protecting his opponents.

12 Nia Jax and Lana

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The ladies in WWE have had many issues through the years. There used to be very few spots for the women with only program per month. That caused tension with everyone competing for the limited role. While it is different today with more opportunities, it is still wrestling, and drama will occur. Nia Jax and Lana proved this a few months ago.

11 Matt Hardy and Jeff Jarrett

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Impact Wrestling has provided more negative moments than positive in their history. This is still the story as 2017 was another abysmal year for the promotion. Matt Hardy left at the beginning of the year and new management wasn’t happy about it. Jeff Jarrett led a movement to block Hardy from using the “Broken” character he and Jeff created in Impact.

10 Baron Corbin and Finn Balor

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Two current WWE stars that dislike each other are Baron Corbin and Finn Balor. Both guys are on different shows following the brand split, but they spent a few years together working in NXT. Corbin showed his dislike for Balor by randomly insulting him for his size. Balor posted an image of his abs leading to Corbin saying it was a product of being so tiny.

9 Buff Bagwell and Teddy Long

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A bizarre wrestling beef to get exposed in recent years features Teddy Long and Buff Bagwell. Long worked in WCW as a manager during the time that Bagwell was a wrestler. They rarely worked together but clearly didn’t like each other. Long was asked about Bagwell in an interview back in 2016 and stated that Buff had a terrible attitude backstage that always held him back from going further.

8 Alberto Del Rio and Triple H

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Alberto Del Rio has consistently trashed Triple H in the media for quite some time since leaving WWE. The second run of Del Rio ended in complete disappointment. Triple H apparently was the one against the idea of Del Rio dating Paige and WWE tried to keep them apart. Del Rio eventually requested his release and had been trashing Triple H since then.

7 Lisa Marie Varon and Tessa Blanchard

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Lisa Marie Varon is highly respected in the wrestling business for her runs in WWE as Victoria and in Impact Wrestling as Tara. The in-ring work of Varon helped bring a level of competition that didn’t exist in WWE during her time. Many of her matches were considered among the better performances of that era in WWE.

6 Harry Smith and Kenny Omega

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An under the radar beef to form in 2017 focused on two New Japan wrestlers. Kenny Omega was clearly the breakout star for NJPW leading the promotion to huge success in North America along with the Japan popularity. One of his matches in 2017 focused on comedy during the G1 Climax against comedic wrestler Tory Yano.

5 Booker T and Jason Jordan

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Booker T has made it clear on commentary that he genuinely dislikes Jason Jordan. The role of Booker sees him defending and supporting most of the face wrestlers on the roster. Jordan is one of the few faces that earns the negative side of Booker. There is no story or angle involved here aside from Booker thinking Jordan is overrated and not on the level of other top names.

4 Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar

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WrestleMania 32 is considered one of the most disappointing WrestleMania events in recent memories. The match between Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose is a major reason why the show is considered a bust. Fans had high expectations for Ambrose to have a star making performance in the hardcore match against Lesnar.

3 Roman Reigns and Enzo Amore

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One of the more controversial stories to hit the internet over the past year featured Enzo Amore becoming the most hated man in WWE. The abrasive personality of Enzo rubbed many wrestlers the wrong way for quite some time. Roman Reigns stepped up as the leader of the roster to kick Enzo of a tour bus during a United Kingdom tour.

2 Sasha Banks and Alexa Bliss

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The beef between Sasha Banks and Alexa Bliss is one of the most personal in wrestling today. Both ladies spent a few years together in NXT before getting called up to the main roster. Banks was the bigger star in NXT, but Bliss has surpassed her on the main roster since moving over to the Raw brand. The war of words between the two has gotten quite public over the past year.

1 Rusev and Ryback

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Ryback has gone after multiple wrestlers since leaving WWE and starting a controversial podcast. Instead of trying to prove he is a successful wrestler in other promotions, Ryback spends his time blasting other wrestlers in the podcast world. Rusev was one of the targets of Ryback when insulting the concept of Rusev Day with an expletive along the way. Ryback commented on Rusev’s Instagram also making fun of the lack of weight he was lifting at the gym.

This led to Rusev responding to Ryback with a more personal shot. Rusev replied with a comment stating that his workouts were all natural implying Ryback was taking part in using steroids. There was clearly heat between the two big guys during their time in WWE. Now that Ryback is out of WWE, they are taking the gloves off and going at each other on social media.

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