WWE responds to Michael Moody’s comment regarding Paul Bearer’s angle

On Monday night after RAW was over, Michael Moody, one of the sons of Paul Bearer, went on Facebook and wrote that what happened at the end of RAW was totally different than what WWE presented to him and his brother just days after their father died.

“If anyone is wondering, yes WWE did come to us wanting approval for tonight’s storyline. The way it was presented to us was ok. Seeing it on screen was a different story. I don’t even know what to say,” Moody wrote on his Facebook.

The angle he was referring to was when CM Punk attacked the Undertaker with the urn and then proceeded to empty the urn on Taker and rubbing the ash on himself.

WWE today issued an alert to several websites which includes a transcript of the text messages that Michael Moody sent to WWE. WWE stated that they are using the text messages with his permission.

“Hey. I woke up in time to watch the tail end of the show. What you explained would happen happened. Which is fine. Just it was a little difficult to watch it play out,” Moody wrote in his message to WWE.

“I put a message on Facebook last night saying that we approved it but it wasn’t what I envisioned. That I didn’t have anything to say. Well woke up this morning and that quote is being used all over “media outlets”. For the record. I was fine w it. Was hard to watch but y’all are professionals and I trust,” he concluded.

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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