WWE legend Batista has criticised the company's decision to split up The Hurt Business on the most recent episode of Monday Night Raw.
This past week's Raw opened with WWE Champion Bobby Lashley chastising Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin for failing to take out his WrestleMania 37 challenger, Drew McIntyre, in a handicap match.
Backed up by MVP, Lashley would attack Alexander and Benjamin, declaring that The Hurt Business was no more.
The decision to split up one of WWE's most popular stables has been met with confusion by the majority of WWE fans, and Batista has added his voice to the disappointed masses.
The former World Heavyweight Champion, who was supposed to be inducted into the Hall of Fame in the Class Of 2020, has taken to social media to express his frustration with the creative decision.
Batista wrote on Twitter: "Let’s try this again! WHO in their right mind would break up the #HurtBusiness already? Answer: NO ONE!!!"
MVP noted on social media that The Hurt Business is not dead and was willingly seeking new applicants, but expressed that Baron Corbin, who attacked McIntyre at the close of Raw, was not in the group.