It’s easy to make claims on the internet these days, therefore, I am opting to post this clear photographic evidence- proving blatant dishonesty and plagiarism, because as they say, “a picture is worth 1000 words,” so here you go:
You can clearly see that this non-credible douchebag, Sean Ross Sapp, stole our AJ Styles story didn’t credit us whatsoever, and instead- passed it off as his own. This is because Sapp has no inside track to the WWE and the only news he can get is what we can all get from speaking to the WWE PR team, who occasionally throw you a bone and tell you things like, “someone is injured” or that “Raw will be ending the overrun.”
They will NOT discuss future storyline plans, PPV results, backstage heat or contract statuses/salaries- stuff we get from REAL inside sources and NAIL over and over again.
I also saw that Mike “no news” Johnson popped up with this little nugget:
So let me get this sh*t straight? For 2-3 days, everyone had their thumb up their ass wondering why Styles dropped the title, then we are the ONLY ones to deliver the legitimate reasoning, now suddenly all these guys know the story and make out they always knew about Styles’ contractual status all along? It’s absolutely laughable, because, SPOILER, “they didn’t know f*ck all.”
Let’s close this out by looking at our favourite wrestling comedian, Mr David Meltzer. He straight up hasn’t known a damn thing since he told us CM Punk was returning to the WWE in Chicago in March 2014- but bless him, he’s still at it, making up crap.
Unfortunately for Dave, he’s the considered the benchmark for wrestling news and he didn’t have time to wait for us so he could steal our exclusive. So when asked about the AJ loss, he hilariously gave out this contrived pile of bulls*it as the reasoning:
Yeah, ok Dave. So let’s protect Styles from two losses to Lesnar, by:
- Giving him a loss to Bryan on SmackDown.
- Taking him him off one of the Big 4 PPVs.
- Making him lose to Bryan again at TLC.