Paul Heyman (@HeymanHustle) tweeted some interesting comments last night, teasing about some shoot comments he gave to WWE.com concerning the ECW December to Dismember pay-per-view, which led to his exit from the company in 2006.
The series of tweets began with Heyman voicing angst about everyone reminding him that he had left WWE six years ago that day. That leads into his rant about being asked a series of questions about the ECW pay-per-view by a WWE.com “two bit hack reporter.” Heyman tweets “I won’t spoil the fun, but for those of you looking for the latest ‘shoot promo,’ check out the story. I’m sure @WWE won’t like it too much… and bluntly, I don’t care if @WWE likes it or not. I stand by what I said, and meant every single solitary word! The story comes out this week.”
The actual tweets are below, in order as they were posted.
"I love how everyone wants to remind me that I left @WWE six years ago today. But here's one better .. @WWE Dot Com sends this two bit hack reporter to interview me last night ... not about @CMPunk surpassing @JohnCena .....not about your reigning defending @WWE Champion @CMPunk's rightful place front and center on pro wrestling's Mt Rushmore ..... @WWE Dot Com had this "reporter" ask me questions about THE #ECW DECEMBER TO DISMEMBER PAY PER VIEW EVENT! I won't spoil the fun, but for those of you looking for the latest "shoot promo," check out the story. I'm sure @WWE won't like it too much... and, bluntly, I don't care if @WWE likes it or not. I stand by what I said, and meant every single solitary word! The story comes out this week. We now return you to our regularly scheduled decadence, debauchery, and hustlin'!"