Karl Anderson says recently released WWE talent should stop sending 'thank you' tweets and instead focus on themselves.
A host of Superstars have been let go by WWE since WrestleMania 37 with the likes of Aleister Black, Ruby Riott and Braun Strowman departing the promotion in the most recent round of releases last week.
Anderson himself was let go by WWE last year during the first wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic and says he and Doc Gallows are making more money now than they ever did during their time in WWE.
The former Tag Team Champion should take some time for themselves rather than worrying about 'thanking' the people that fired them.
Anderson said on Talk N Shop: "We know what it's like to get canned from WWE. Here's the advice I would say; enough of the 'thank you' tweets. Give me a f**king break. When you get canned, let it go. How about hashtag 'f**k off.'
"I don't think less than 24 hours after being fired...take a second to take a breather. Take it easy with the thank you bullsh*t within 24 hours. Breathe it in and take it all in for just one second. Put together a plan of attack before you start thanking all these motherf**kers that fired you because...people give Jim Ross a lot of heat, but I have respect for Jim Ross because, when we got canned, he said, 'There's a reason why WWE decided to not do business with these individuals anymore.'
"It's as true as it can get and Thank God. We made the most money we've ever made in our lives this past year and that's after WWE."