UPDATE 4/17: The Ryback has now deleted all of the tweets on his twitter account.
Any question that Ryback’s attack on John Cena isn’t a heel turn, at least in a traditional sense, can be answered by the above tweet. Good lord.
WWE talents have not been shy bringing up Cena’s divorce. First in the Rock/Cena feud and now this. One would think Cena’s given his consent in the wake of Bill Moody/Paul Bearer being used in the CM Punk & Undertaker story, but who really knows?
It also appears a by product of the attack on Cena is an increased use of Twitter by Ryback. Since the Raw after Wrestlemania, the psycho for success’ twitter out put has dramatically increased. In the past the account would go without a tweet for weeks, but in the week since Mania, Ryback has been tweeting almost daily. Perhaps it will help flesh out his new persona and improve organizing his thoughts for promos?
What do you think about this tweet? Is it over the line or fair game?
The wrestling world was rocked yesterday with the news of Reid Flair’s passing, the youngest son of legend Ric Flair. All our thoughts and condolences go out to the Fliehr family during their time of loss. Much of the wrestling community took to Twitter to offer their thoughts and condolences.
*Slow Clap* Bravo. Bravo. The above picture was posted on Triple H’s twitter this afternoon, and with all due respect to the Hall of Famer Arn Anderson, I laughed my ass off when one Bobby Shark showed it to me. From the tweet I’m guessing CM Punk is modifying the urn for the entertainment of the boys in the back. I wonder if any of this makes tonight’s Raw.
Speaking of Raw check back later for Bobby Shark’s Monday Night Raw preview!
Here’s whats happening in the world of Twitter for the last week or so…
Most of the WWE Universe who watched RAW this past Monday were wondering the same thing. Now we know… sort of.
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Big week for WWE and Social Networking as now, not only has Triple H started up a Twitter account, now the Billion Dollar Princess, Stephanie McMahon is also signed up on the social networking site.
As the transfer of power continues as big Vince gets older, you have to wonder how WWE storylines will be affected in the future by two high-profile creative team members having such unfettered acces to the complaining internet nerd culture. More catering to the internet community? More trolling of the internet community?
Personally (I have no personal knowledge on this and unlike others freely admit that), I feel like you are starting to see the imprint of Triple H’s love of wrestling and his philosophy on the current WWE and that’s a good thing.
The real question is: will we ever see Vincent Kennedy McMahon on Twitter?
Side note: Everyone knows I was all in on Triple H being on Twitter from minute one. Don’t believe Bobby Shark’s lies.