"Highly disappointed with you as a person who claims to care. More disappointed in your handling of the only alternative to WWE," he wrote. "Been meaning to tell you that since your Co. tried to make it look like I no showed your PPV."
Waltman was scheduled for a tag team match at the 2010 Lockdown pay-per-view event, but was absent. Waltman reportedly let organization officials know days in advance that he was not cleared to wrestle by the Missouri State Commission due to his hepatitis C diagnosis and was not going to be able to attend the event. He is now denying the story.
Waltman explains, "They knew I wouldn't be there for over a week. They alluded that I no showed was bcuz I was on a drug binge. They lied to the PPL. The thing is that it's easy to believe a story like that about me, which makes it even more of a low life move."
When a Twitter user wrote to Waltman that if he wasn't a "boozer and a fool," he might still be employed by TNA, he responded, "@TNADixie Had nothing to do with it. Plus are u serious w/ the crew they have there. Plus, I am sober & never cared 4 booze."
Waltman then continued railing the organization's upper hierarchy and made a stark prediction.
"Im just sick of @TNADixie running around playing this benevolent role, when it's a facade. BTW Congrats on hiring Bruce Pritchard. Perfect fit . Oine of the biggest lowlifes in the business. Treats ppl like shit if he can," Waltman wrote. "Mark my words TNA will be a part of WWE's video catalog before the decade is up. I dont hope. I just think it's a matter of time. Unfortunately. I love the crew over there. Great guys, almost all of them."