Social networking website Twitter has been used to spread news and information in short and quick messages since launching in 2006. It's also been used to rant about any number of issues.
Kevin Nash did the latter this morning.
The former WWE and WCW champion went on a long rant on his Twitter account about not caring about being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in the future.
At a bright and early hour of 4:04AM this morning, Nash started his rant on the WWE and the Hall of Fame.
HOF means nothing to me,If I Die before it I,ve asked my wife to pass.Nothing against it or WWE,but if Pete Rose ain't in cooperstown,— Kevin Nash (@RealKevinNash) April 27, 2012
After that first post, Nash went on to talk about whether or not being inducted into the Hall of Fame would be validating for his long, successful career in professional wrestling.
Just don't need it to validate my life.I wake every morning to the sight of the ocean.for a Detroit boy I'm already in— Kevin Nash (@RealKevinNash) April 27, 2012
I watched it this year from up close,just don't need the stress,I love the WWE,just love me more.90% of my shout outs are gone.Not cool— Kevin Nash (@RealKevinNash) April 27, 2012
Nash then directed a comment at the WWE, since he realises that a member of their social media team is probably reading and disapproving of his early-morning tweets.
Don't worrie some stooge at WWE;who's job is to read all this shit will as of tonight'make sure it never comes up,let alone happens— Kevin Nash (@RealKevinNash) April 27, 2012
At one point during his rant, another user claimed that Nash was tweeting while drunk. The former champion denied this, and said that he was upset over news of the WWE releasing one of his good friends in the company.
While I love using Twitter to keep up with things and talk to people, there comes a time when people—like Nash—should simply put down their phone or step away from the keyboard. There is no need to vent their frustrations on the social networking website.
What do you think about Nash's rant, and his chances of making it into the WWE Hall of Fame in the future?