Joey Mercury Calls Out ROH General Manager In Twitter Tirade

Yesterday PW Insider reported that Ring of Honor had parted ways with producer/trainer Joey Mercury after being with the promotion for over a year, and that both parties mutually agreed on the decision. However, that doesn't seem to be the full story.

Mercury has since released a series of Tweets calling out ROH general manager Greg Gilleland for severe mismanagement, sharing text threads he's had with Gilleland regarding talent safety, which included Women of Honor champion Kelly Klein not being diagnosed for a concussion right away even though Mercury warned their medical staff about early symptoms. When Gilleland asked Mercury why he was being attacked, Mercuy responded with this:

Unsafe environment for Talent in and out of the ring," Mercury wrote. "No Security. No medical staff. No Women on creative, worst looking wrestling on or off tv. No job description. Nothing in terms of anything I've suggested. Total BREACH on YOUR end- and everyone involved that bulls--t, non punctuation using, grammatical pigf-ck of a contract.

Kelly Klein backed Mercury's story up, and issued the following:

Mercury would commend the crew and talent for ROH, but expressed that he no longer cares about a breach of contract after the atrocities he mentions. He addresses the Bully Ray fan incident, claiming that ROH provided no security at that event, forcing Ray to have to take action. He also reveals that several talents, including Bandido, PJ Black, and Television champion Shane Taylor will not be re-signed at the beginning of 2020. Taylor and his family have not been told. Read all of Mercury's tweets below.