An account on Twitter spoofing Vince McMahon that also leaks confidential WWE information on occasion (located @CrankyVince) cryptically suggested in a message Thursday that a male wrestler has asked for his release from the sports-entertainment organization.
"GODDAMN. ANOTHER p---y BOY WANTS HIS RELEASE. THESE UNGRATEFUL f--kS. I'LL RUIN THEM. ALL OF THEM. f--k YOU," the message states.
Back in June, the "Cranky Vince" account cryptically remarked that Alberto Del Rio had threatened to quit the sports-entertainment organization, with the story being confirmed as legitimate days later by F4WOnline.com. More recently, on October 15, the account tweeted on an idea broached by WWE's creative team days earlier for Vince McMahon to face CM Punk at Hell in a Cell.
"A GUY LIKE ME COULD BE IN A HELL IN A CELL. WHY NOT ME?" the account stated. "SURE! WHY NOT DO HELL IN A CELL? ENOUGH GAGA IN A CAGE WITH PUNK TO GET A MATCH OUT OF ME. ALL THE OTHER OPTIONS CAN CRAWL UP MY ASS & DIE."
A WWE source confirmed the idea as legitimate to F4WOnline.com two days later, but noted that "it was killed within 30 minutes."
The account has drawn alarming concern from WWE officials since last year, who believe it is being administered by an employee within proximity of McMahon or a former employee with close ties to organization due to the amount of sensitive information being released. It was coincidentally shut down on the day it was revealed that Del Rio had threatened to quit WWE, but reinstated after it was labeled as a parody account and having no affiliation to the sports-entertainment organization.
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