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WWE's Bad News Barrett delivers some very bad news to Redskins fans

Before he defended his Intercontinental Championship during WWE Raw Monday night, Bad News Barrett delivered some brutally bad news for Redskins fans in Washington, D.C.

WWE's Bad News Barrett delivers some very bad news to Redskins fans

Wade Barrett arrives at the world premiere of "Dead Man Down" at the Archlight Hollywood on Tuesday , Feb. 26, 2013 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Todd Williamson/Invision/AP)
Wade Barrett arrives at the world premiere of "Dead Man Down" at the Archlight Hollywood on Tuesday , Feb. 26, 2013 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Todd Williamson/Invision/AP)

Before he defended his Intercontinental Championship during WWE Raw Monday night, Bad News Barrett delivered some brutally bad news for Redskins fans in Washington, D.C.

He told the fans that he was going to embarrass his opponent Dolph Ziggler so bad that he would be forced to change his name, just like “your racist, constantly losing NFL team." Barrett went on to defeat Ziggler to retain his title.

Barrett’s insult was just the latest in a run of them for the Redskins organization, which saw the trademark on the team name canceled by the U.S. Patent Office last week.

[Video courtesy of Vine user recordsANDradio]

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