Because sometimes 'It's not you, it's me' is followed by a kick to the face.
Neil Sedaka wasn’t lying when he sang “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do.” His song perfectly captures that crappy time we all go through in life. There’s hundreds of different ways it can happen. You can get a text, phone call, Twitter DM, or the Millennials favorite: ghosting! I myself prefer the face to face method with some sort of alcoholic beverage in hand.
Ripping off that love Band-Aid is complicated, especially when it’s between muscular dudes wearing nothing but briefs. Breakups in pro wrestling are extremely violent, and also emotional for fans having to witness favorites turn on one another.
For months we’ve been harping about how much we love the tandem of BFFs Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho. As amazing as their comedic pairing has been, we knew it also came with an expiration date. Appropriately enough that day was February 13, 2017, the day before Valentine’s Day. During their “Festival of Friendship” on Raw, Chris Jericho gifted Kevin Owens several presents, and Owens in turn kicked the crap out of Jericho. Nothing says “it’s over” like getting tossed into a TV screen.
This new feud will likely be settled at WrestleMania 33 this year. But while the wound is still fresh, we take a look at the 7 worst break-ups in WWE history. Hop to the next page to mourn relationships lost.