Dan Wetzel and Darren Rovell got into it on Twitter Thursday.

The latest case of Twitter Wars involves an ESPN personality and a Yahoo columnist going head-to-head over claims former U.S. women’s national soccer team keeper (and unsuccessful USSF presidential candidate) Hope Solo made about the cost of youth soccer.

Here’s the fight between ESPN sports business reporter Darren Rovell and Yahoo columnist Dan Wetzel over Solo’s comments:

This is short by the standards of Twitter Wars, but Rovell spent plenty of time fighting with others about this too. Wetzel’s responses are perhaps the most notable, though, essentially calling Rovell “an idiot that is nitpicking her words” and going in hard on Rovell’s data, which includes recreational players and players who likely aren’t bound for a high-level competitive.

And from this corner, Wetzel’s comments seem more correct; Solo’s comments aren’t wrong about the costs of elite soccer today and about how that isn’t accessible for many families, and while Rovell has a point that many elite sports have similar issues, that’s not really the key discussion here, and shouldn’t lead to “Solo is getting bashed for this, and rightfully so.” To his credit, though, Rovell said the overall feedback he got here (much of it negative) was a positive:

So, who won this one?

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Andrew Bucholtz is a staff writer for Awful Announcing and The Comeback. He previously worked at Yahoo! Sports Canada and Black Press.