Taz & Jordynne Grace Settle Twitter Beef Following Catchphrase Misunderstanding

Taz and Jordynne Grace have settled their online beef after a ‘misunderstanding’

“Beat me if you can, survive if I let you” was Taz’s chilling catchphrase during his time on top of ECW in the late 1990s, and is a phrase he takes very seriously. 

So seriously in fact, that the All Elite Wrestling announcer took umbrage with TNA Knockouts World Champion Jordynne Grace appropriating the phrase on social media, leading to a tense exchange between the two.

Taz noted how he owned the copyright to the phrase, but later apologised and posted a video statement revealing how he misunderstood the situation, noting he didn’t realise that Grace was paying homage to the ‘Human Suplex Machine’.

Grace responded with the following, and it seems all is right again in the world of pro-wrestling social media:

“All good!! I was mostly surprised. I don’t tag because I don’t ever want to seem like a boot licker, but I got you next time. Watching an old match of you vs Bigelow and wrestling at the ECW arena this weekend inspired the tweet, 100% an homage! We got the same body type,” posted Grace in response to Taz’s video.

After crossing the threshold into WWE with her recent NXT appearances, it remains to be seen if Grace will further pay homage to Taz by German Suplexing Kurt Angle in Madison Square Garden.

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