Monday afternoon wasn't the first time Lacey Evans wound up in a Twitter beef, but it was the first time she was getting into it with somebody working for All Elite Wrestling. The issues between herself and AEW's Brian Cage first started when he uploaded a video of himself doing a turnaround springboard moonsault while training with Ring of Honor's Flip Gordon. The move has been used by plenty of wrestlers over the years, most notably Marc Mero and Kevin Owens, but fans kept bringing up how Lacey Evans currently uses it on SmackDown.
And I don't *know who you are.... ya nasty. I'm 4 year in the game and doing *it better than *you.June 8, 2020
Both Cage and Gordon poked back.
There you go sweetheart @LaceyEvansWWE I wasn't going to edit and even almost paid you a compliment. Until I read the rest of your tweet. And my stance remains the same. Still did it years before you(your 4 years in the biz) and I'm also sure you didn't KNOW it was WWE then😘 pic.twitter.com/yVqOeafcVR— Brian Cage (@MrGMSI_BCage) June 8, 2020
My bad. I mean I'm pretty sure it's a turnaround moonsault many have done and it's not my move. And just for knowledge @FightOwensFight did it before her in wwe(and outside) and @MarcMero did it and it was called a "MeroSault" So if its anyones move.— Brian Cage (@MrGMSI_BCage) June 8, 2020
This prompted a flurry of tweets from Evans.
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