John Silver is making his opinion of the critics of AEW All Out well known and isn’t holding back after the show on September 3, 2023.
It wasn’t a good night at the United Center for Silver as the Dark Order failed to defeat Adam Cole & MJF for the ROH World Tag Team Championship.
The loss hasn’t dampened Silver’s opinion of the show, however, which was AEW’s second pay-per-view in the space of a week.
Taking the Twitter, the Dark Order member wrote:
“All Out was one of the best shows of the year after all you f**king losers hating on it.”
A fan replied with a comment about the close proximity of All In and All Out, tweeting:
“I am not hating on it at all I just can’t afford 2 ppvs in a row. Next time bundle it, be on a network, or choose the one that is the best.
“Oh and don’t wait to fire a top star right before when he should have been fire months ago.”
Silver gave his own advice to the fan, replying:
“How about you make more money you poor ass?”
Even fans of Silver and the Dark Order weren’t immune to Silver’s searing responses, with one fan tweeting:
“Fav member of the Dark Order BUT I can’t watch ya’ll no more. Too much all elite friend politicking ruined my fav Collision. Good Luck tho Hungee.”
Silver would reply with a rather dismissive message of:
“I hate the elite and I hate losers like you that think they know s**t. Good luck crying about everything.”
Tony Khan had recently discussed the logic behind having the two pay-per-views a week apart, stating that it was “by design.”
AEW All In fell over a three-day Bank Holiday weekend in England whilst All Out took place over Labor Day weekend in the US.
The same thing seems to be the plan for next year.
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