Paige Spiranac Suggests Sexual Name Change During Spicy Twitter Exchange

Paige Spiranac and Nick Adams duked it out in a battle of the titans in a recent Twitter exchange.

It all started when the Hooters and beer enthusiast, who is known for his "alpha male" takes on Twitter, suggested women should steer clear of "championship" golf courses "on the weekends.

"There’s no reason women should be allowed to slow down the pace of play on a beautiful Saturday like today," Adams (presumably as a joke) tweeted.

Spiranac, a fan favorite on the internet, didn't take kindly to that. In fact, she suggested it would be very "satisfying" to out drive Adams on the course.

From there, the pair were off to the races and it concluded with Spiranac suggesting she might change her name to "alpha jugs" because everyone knows she has "fantastic milkers." The retort is a play of Nick Adam's Twitter name.

Paige Spiranac continues to be undefeated.

If you didn't know, now you know. Paige Spiranac brings it all facets of the online game. If you're going to get in an exchange with her, you best come to dance.

That was made about as obvious as possible during her back and forth with the face of the movement to save Hooters.

Spiranac has also been on one hell of a roll lately. First, she surprised football fans when she took TCU to upset Georgia.

Now, she's letting people know that she's very proud of what she's rocking with. In fact, she might even need a name change.

Much like Magic vs. Bird or Manning vs. Brady, you simply never know when two titans will lock horns. Now, we can add Spiranac vs. Adams to the list of America's great rivalries.

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David Hookstead is a reporter for OutKick covering a variety of topics with a focus on football and culture. He also hosts of the podcast American Joyride that is accessible on Outkick where he interviews American heroes and outlines their unique stories. Before joining OutKick, Hookstead worked for the Daily Caller for seven years covering similar topics. Hookstead is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.