Marty Jannetty speaks on his situation with WWE; critical of net report

Reported by Adam Martin of
On Monday, March 6, 2006 at 6:35 PM EST

Marty Jannetty recently spoke about his current situation with WWE that was highly documented over the weekend after a statement issued on on his "MySpace" account.

Jannetty issued this statement on Saturday, March 4:

"OK, for my fans,family and friends, here is the situation....Due to travel restrictions I have as part of a probation agreement, I was denied travel this week to Birmingham, Alabama for Monday Night Raw. As you could or should imagine, this is a disaster for WWE as they now have to go back and rewrite a major portion of their show in which I was to be included in, and with less than 3 days notice. The fact that this could happen again at any given time my PO decides against me travelling, is good reason for WWE to be concerned in another major disaster especially with Wrestlemania coming up. Could you imagine that 2 days before that show I'm told I can NOT go to Chicago. Please understand WWE's position, and believe in them as they have not closed the window of opportunity yet. We are working hard right now on getting all travel restrictions lifted. It is a good possibility that it will happen. If you really care and are concerned, believe me whenI say, prayer works and is greatly needed and appreciated right now. I'm getting tons of e-mails from friends and fans hating Vince and the WWE right now. They are not at fault!!! And, they are supporting me on this, so no more hating on them, ok?? I thank all of you for your support , cares and concerns. I love you all!!! I do have a strong gut feeling everything is going to be fine!!!!"

As noted earlier this week, Jannetty was also very critical of the reports that followed the statement issued on that he had severed all ties with the company. To view his "MySpace" profile with all of the entries, click here.