Earlier this month, Wrestlezone reported that WWE Superstar A.W.'s on-screen character was not expected to suffer as a result of his inappropriate reference to Kobe Bryant on a recent episode of Monday Night Raw.
A.W. recently updated his Twitter with several negative comments on the WWE's current product, which seems to point to his release from the company. No official statement has been made by WWE at this time.
The following was taken from several tweets from the official Twitter account of A.W. (@AWPromotions):
"AWPromotions is no more ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for your support and hate, it's been a great run. Now I get to do me which isn't PG." ... "I've offended the wrong people that taught me how to have ATTITUDE It was the #WWE that made me bold and now it has turned it's back on me. Let this be a lesson to up and coming talent in the WWE don't try and be great like the Rock or Stone Cold. WWE isn't the same... Just be normal shut up and be a yes man so you can collect your check and feel like your special. #SELLOUTS!! I remember a time when the WWE didn't care about breaking the mold but now everyone is so afraid of their own shadow. #RemeberTheFans"