Rikishi fired off a series of messages on his Twitter account Tuesday evening criticizing WWE for not utilizing him on the "Blast from the Past" edition of SuperSmackDown Live.Spoiler
* U can't play this . I put in my time to call my own shots in this business.. find another SUCKER !!! You loss I WIN ...
* Dnt be scared to put me on TV . I won't steal the show. But you know I'm damn sho gonna give the ppl what they wanna see.POP GOES THE CROWD
* You say #blastfromthepast . I say #blastmyazz .. I'm too legit to quit !!! Dancin off u can't touch this !! Ppls request ,, #kidgames
* The ppl are NOT stupid !! I see all ur tweets... I'm not a greedy man . I'm a fair man !! But I'm NOT dumb either. POP GOES THE CROWD!!
Rikishi also retweeted a message from wrestler cousin Black Pearl ripping his sons' segment on the show: "Boring ass segment with no pop.. should of paid @TheREALRIKISHI what he deserves.. #epicfail cover up."
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-- The latest issue of Power Slam reports John Hennigan (a/k/a John Morrison) has hinted to friends that he will return to WWE later this year. The former WWE Superstar stated during an interview with Poughkeepsie Journal last month that "the door is open" for him to return to the organization.
"I left on really good terms with everybody and what I wanted to do was take time off to heal, get refreshed and take a little vacation. Shows like this are a fun show and a way to keep sharp. I really like wrestling. That's why I do it," Hennigan said of his match against Finlay for Northeast Wrestling. "I was working a 250-plus day a year schedule and I wanted to be refreshed. Right before I left, I felt like I was going to work. I wasn't enjoying it as much as when I started. I'm excited to come to Poughkeepsie and do all this stuff. That's the kind of attitude you need to have in sports entertainment."
Source: Lords Of Pain