Chris Judd has given Kevin Bartlett a huge whack over Bartlett's suggestion there should be a black line through West Coast's 2006 premiership.
Judd captained the Eagles to their 2006 premiership, but recent reports highlighting their drug problems during the era have raised eyebrows.
One of them came from Richmond legend Kevin Bartlett, who said there was no longer an asterisk, but a "black line" through their 2006 premiership after the report.
Judd fired back - and he came in off the long run.
"Kevin's got a long personal history of struggling to come to terms with things, and struggling to move on," Judd said on Triple M's Friday Huddle.
"It took him two decades to work out he was going bald and finally get rid of the world's rudest combover. He was sacked as coach and it took him 16 years before he went to another club function after he threw his toys out of the cot.
"I guess by Kevin's timelines, a decade on he's probably not ready to process it and move on."
"Another 10 years and he'll be over it and he'll be ready to move on!"