Gronk watched his best friend Mojo Rawley turn on his WWE tag partner Zack Ryder on Tuesday night -- and is now warning him not to pull a stunt like that on him.
For the uninitiated, Mojo broke up the Hype Bros. with a bang on this week's WWE "SmackDown," turning heel on Ryder and blasting him from behind.
"The Hype Bros. are DEAD. You hear me? You hear me?" the normally mild-mannered Mojo screeched.
This sudden change in tone has gotten Gronk talking smack talk too, as he warned Mojo in his latest Uninterrupted video not to do the same with him.
"Mojo Rawley last night WWE ‘Smackdown’ turned on his partner Zack Ryder," Rob said in his personal video message to fans.
"I don’t know what to think yet, but Mojo – you’d better not try that with Team JB. You alright homie? Let’s see what happens. Craziness!" he concluded.
If you don't know what Team JB is, you're gonna have to ask Gronk or his crew. And it's got NOTHING to do with Justin Bieber ...
Gronk and Mojo have been friends for years -- from back when the WWE Superstar went by his real name of Dean Muhtadi and played college football at Maryland with Dan Gronkowski -- but their bond took center stage last April at WrestleMania 33 in Orlando.
As Mojo made his WrestleMania debut in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal in a 20-person standoff, Rob and big bro Gordie were on the ropes cheering him on.
But when it got down to the final three and Jinder Mahal and Mojo flew through the ropes, Gronk went from spectator to part of the show, as he came to his buddy’s defense. And when Mahal dared to dump water on the big fella, the gloves -- and Gronk’s “Stay Hyped” shirt -- were off!
We don't want to spoil the ending ... but Mojo won the match with a little help from his mountain-sized friend, and the pair celebrated in true Gronk style in the ring afterwards.
If you missed it all -- check out the video below.
Now rabid WWE fans are wondering if the wrestling promotion is gearing up to bring Gronk back into the ring -- but this time in the opposite corner to Mojo!
There's no way that the Patriots will let No. 87 do anything non-football related until after the Super Bowl (assuming they make a repeat appearance) and the biggest date in the WWE calendar after that is Wrestlemania 34 in New Orleans on April 8.
Now we're pretty sure that Rob and Mojo's friendship can survive anything, but that sure would make a killer WWE storyline!One thing's for sure, Mojo is on the way up at WWE and has a huge singles career ahead of him now he's "cut the cord."
Cut the cord. pic.twitter.com/gY5p4jcC02— Mojo Rawley (@MojoRawleyWWE) November 30, 2017