Well, that was incredible! After being mocked by the WWE’s Chris Jericho, Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson confronted the Superstar and his so-called friend Kevin Owens on the Oct. 3 episode of ‘RAW.’ Keep reading for all the details of this rare appearance.
“We are honored to be here,” Ashton Kutcher shared alongside Danny Masterson during WWE’s RAW. The wrestling universe was ready to see the biggest feud in wrestling today: Chris Jericho, 45, vs. Kelso and Hyde from That 70’s Show (aka Ashton, 38, and Danny, 40.) The beef? Who were the truer friends.
Chris was accompanied by WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens, when they conveniently bumped into Ashton and Danny backstage of RAW at Staples Center in Los Angeles prior to their tag-team match against New Day. Chris then threatened to put the Ashton and Danny on his list as they feuded over who were better friends. But Danny instead grabbed the list and jokingly read, “Superstars who lose to Fandango at Wrestlemania,” which clearly upset Chris and Kevin. Wow, major diss! It was only on from there.
It’s hard to believe that this all happened due to a silly insult that wasn’t even directed at Ashton or Danny. Chris was busy talking trash to Enzo Amore, 39, and Big Cass, 30. Enzo and Cass said Jericho’s friendship to Kevin Owens, 32, wasn’t as real as the bond between Ashton and Danny, prompting the 9-time Intercontinental champ to fire back.
“Ashton Kutcher? What is this, 1998?” Chris asked, mocking Enzo’s 90’s nostalgia. “Did you think of that witty quip while you were listening to your Spice Girls CD and wearing your conch shell necklace?”
Seemed Ashton and Danny didn’t enjoy the shade being slung their way, as they then threatened to appear on RAW and take matters into their own hands. Ashton and Danny stuck around to help call the match, which, with a little surprise help from Seth Rollins, saw New Day come away with the win. Ouch!
The last time a non-wrestler got into a WWE ring, it turned out – sort of okay. Jon Stewart, 53, came back for a second helping of SummerSlam goodness when he joined The New Day as a substitute for the then-injured Big E, 30. Though it looked like the New Day were about to lose their tag-team titles to Luke Gallows, 32, and Karl Anderson, 36, Jon stepped in to help his team retain! It was kind of awkward, but also, kind of funny.
What do you think about Danny and Ashton’s appearance on Raw, HollywoodLifers?