Short Sleeve Sampson, who was brought in to be a commentator for the “WeeLC” match at Extreme Rules on Sunday, took to Facebook to apologize for posting a picture on Twitter of him at ringside. John Cena and The Wyatt Family could be seen sitting in the arena having a conversation in the background of his photo.

“They say a picture is worth a thousand words but in my case it has become the center of alot of controversy. I want to publicly apologize to the WWE, the workers in this business who give their blood, sweat, and tears, and to all the fans that continue to support it!

After my segment was over on Extreme Rules I did post a few pictures on my facebook of my experience from working with WWE for that day. I did not realize that in one of my posted pics I was “exposing the business” until someone commented on it and I immediately took it down!

I love this business and I feel honored to be a part of it! I would never intentionally try to do anything to compromise it or break “Kayfabe”. I do want to thank all those responsible for keeping this story going and for being the ones who are truly “exposing the business”. Again, I am very sorry for this mistake on my part! I want to thank my family, the promoters, workers, and fans who have and continue to support me!”

You can check out the photo below if you didn’t see it.

Facebook: They say a picture is worth a thousand…

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