Mike Brewer Just Called Edd China A Traitor

He tweeted it and then deleted it. #EddChina #MikeBrewer #wheelerDealers #feud

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Looks like there really is a feud between Mike Brewer and Edd China after all.

Two months ago Edd China went on his YouTube channel to explain the reason behind his walking away from Wheeler Dealers. Edd wasn't too keen on the direction the show was going under new ownership and then left. Here was his message.

But you know what literally just happened? Mike Brewer got suckered by the internet troll and tweeted this.

This was sent to us by a friend who just so happened to take a screen shot of the poor taste tweet. That's not a good look, but it also hints at a potential feud between the two popular hosts. At the very least it shows that Brewer is still a little more than pissed off at China for his abrupt departure. As of now, Wheeler Dealers is one of the most popular car shows in the world being broadcast in 140 countries, but we'll see if that success continues. More on this story as we have it.

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Comments (107)

  • Offer him a job on The Grand Tour. That would be interesting to say the least.

      3 years ago
  • Somewhere, along the lineage of all of these car shows, the producers started thinking that there must be some kind of drama introduced or no one would watch the show. That's where the deadlines, drama or personality conflicts come into play. This drama is artificial and annoying. To be honest it's not simply car shows, it's everywhere in all of these pseudo-reality shows, yet it is incredibly annoying and artificial in shows based on cars. The artificial injection of drama or conflict will always destroy a show. A show that insists on tossing in artificial drama will always lose my viewership. Challenges and budgets are understandable. Anyone can buy a $3500 beater and dump $250,000 on it and make it a show car, but not everyone can spend an additional $2000 and turn a $3500 beater into a car someone will buy for $7000. I enjoy seeing that process, I enjoy seeing the hands-on work and I also enjoy knowing that the $5500 gamble on a threadbare former contender can backfire and not pay off, because that is "real" drama. I get the feeling that this artificially induced drama is what Edd was uncomfortable with and I don't blame him for that. Mike was never as big of a "wheeler dealer" as he believed himself to be, and I don't really hold that against him but I don't believe that the show will ever be the same, because he's just not entertaining enough to carry the show alone.

      3 years ago
    • So true all them shows are gone to shit. There always has to be some drama. Ass monkey garage got out of hand was just stressful watching get it lately.

        3 years ago
  • Ever since they made it more like a American show I have not liked it. The was nothing wrong with the original format. The new format you don't get to see much work done to the cars.

      3 years ago
    • 85 per cent agree with you about the format, but eventully every car show has to go thought Amercia as storylines get played out in Europe quickly a good short US run can add 5 years onto a car show shelflive look at top gear

        3 years ago
    • can't agree more than that, it's like the American guy who would say "I'd like to go to the bloody pub" mentioned by Clarkson- it just doesn't looks fit to me

        3 years ago
  • Please join

      3 years ago
    • if i was the Hamster, who know Edd very well i ask him to form a tribe on drivetribe and showcase his creation like his sofa and office decks ideas and tell people how he put them together.

        3 years ago
    • I'd watch that!

        3 years ago
  • Doesn't matter what Mike says, Edd made the show what it was!

      3 years ago
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