Pat McAfee has demanded an apology from the internet wrestling community in the wake of Adam Cole's actions at the end of WWE NXT TakeOver: Vengeance Day.
Cole would close Sunday's show by superkicking NXT champion Finn Balor before also hitting Undisputed Era teammate Kyle O'Reilly with the move, seemingly indicating the end of the four-man stable.
McAfee made his in-ring debut for WWE against Cole at NXT TakeOver: 30 in a losing effort, a feud which came from the former NFL punter's criticisms of Cole during an appearance on his show.
With the former NXT champion's actions against Balor and O'Reilly, McAfee took to social media to declare his assessment of Cole right, and welcome apologies from wrestling fans.
Writing on Twitter, McAfee said: "Who would've thought?? Adam Cole's a certified scumbag?? Color me surprised!
"Internet Wrestling Community, I am now accepting your apologies in abundance. You are by far the dumbest group of humans on the internet, you could’ve never known your hero was a treasonous scumbag but, I knew it all along. Please use #PatWasRight in your apology tweets."