At Monday's RAW at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, WWE had arena personnel confiscate fans' signs pertaining to former Superstar A.W., whose contract was terminated last Friday due to his continued use of offensive and inappropriate comments on live television and on social media following his crass remark on the July 30 episode of Raw.

A.W., whose real name is Brian Jossie, is not pleased with WWE's actions. He vented on Twitter, "Anyone that has had their sign taken from them in support of me should realize that the #WWE are the real bullies!!! #BeAFuckingStar."

Jossie also took offense to JTG's "burial" on RAW, which he says stems from the WWE Superstar's "controversial remarks" on Twitter last week where he said his "locker room brothers" were being taken advantage of. Before JTG encountered Ryback for his match, Jossie predicted, "After JTG just ripped their ass on twitter he's showcased but I'm fired for saying support Linda! Now watch them bury him..." Then after Ryback had soundly beaten JTG, Jossie lamented, "What else can I say... JTG just got did in for his disrespect to his masters.. #IAintOnThePlantation."

Jossie then challenged "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, who hosted "Piper's Pit on RAW, to a verbal duel.

"I would love to be on Pipers Pit!! That muthafucka would be speechless! He ain't neva met a guy like me....," Jossie wrote. "AbeWashVsPipersPit! In my opinion Piper's Pit wins. He was allowed to speak his mind! They would neva let me speak my mind #ILLUMINATED." He continued. "I'd destroy that muthafucka!! #BigFanOfThePit #HeAintBettaThanMe.."

Finally, Jossie noted: "I will be addressing the wrestling universe soon..

"The #WWE is afraid of me...

"Vince you shook my hand and betrayed me within the same week..."

As we exclusively noted earlier via WZROnline.com, A.W. is saying exactly what nearly half the current roster (mainly mid-carders) want to say but can't due to fear of losing their jobs. That is obviously something they don't want to do if they don't have too. If more talents are fired for speaking up, you can rest assured they'll be taking to social media to blast the company. As noted, this is not something that is going to help Linda McMahon in her ongoing senate campaign. We'll see what happens in the coming weeks as more talents continue to express their frustration to WWE officials. Numerous sources are telling us things are going to get very interesting if changes aren't made in the very near future.