AEW commentator and manager Taz is unhappy with WWE for not acknowledging or tagging him in a recent tweet.

On Tuesday, the WWE Network Twitter handle paid tribute to the 24-year anniversary of ECW’s inaugural pay-per-view event, Barely Legal.

The account tweeted, “24 years ago today, #ECW made it to the dance, holding its first pay-per-view in company history, Barely Legal. The sports-entertainment landscape would never be the same. @HeymanHustle @TherealRVD @LanceStorm @bullyray5150 @THETOMMYDREAMER.”

In his response, Taz said if WWE wanted to do their “typical” re-writing of history, they should edit him out of the videoclip since the tweet doesn’t acknowledge he was in one of the top matches of the PPV.

In another tweet, Taz wrote, “See to many fans it’s just “oh, you weren’t tag on a tweet”. It’s bigger than that, it’s acknowledgment of someone’s contributions to a historic show 24 years ago and I humbly & proudly say I was a pretty big part of that show.”

It should be noted that Raven and Terry Funk, who main evented that PPV, were not tagged either.

See below for the tweets: