WWE Hall of Famer and professional wrestling legend "Superstar" Billy Graham issued a statement on his Facebook page earlier today slamming WWE chairman Vince McMahon. The former heavyweight champion calls McMahon "the most evil man walking the earth" for not allowing Vickie Guerrero to interview current WWE talents due to Guerrero recently working with rival promotion, AEW. Graham even brings up WWE's business deal with Saudi Arabia and reminds the wrestling universe about the controversial death of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was suspected to have been killed under orders from the Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman.

Vince Blocks Vickie Guerrero's Podcast.

This scumbag bastard Vince McMahon has blocked Vickie Guerrero from using any of his so called " superstars " on her Podcast because she went on a AEW Chris Jericho Cruise Ship Tour. This man has to be the single most evil human being walking the face of the earth. To deny a woman's right to make a living when her husband gave his life for this unworthy pile of dung. He won't let her have any of his talent to simply sit and talk on a Podcast, while this coming Thursday, Febuary 27 he will be putting on a show in Saudi Arabia with his partner the Saudi Crown Prince, Mohamed bin Salam who will be paying 50 million dollars for this one night show and oh yes, personally ordered the murder and dismemberment of American journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The ever greedy Vince will take 50 million dollars soaked in Khashoggi's blood , but wont let Vickie Guerrero make some nickles and dimes doing a Podcast. What a two face, selfish bastard that will burn in Hell. Click on the link below to read Vickie's own words and please forward this post to any podcast, wrestling news site, radio talk show, or anyone else that needs to be aware of the real way the WWE treats women like Vickie Guerrero in the work force.

This isn't the first time Graham has been vocal about the WWE. He was a very vocal critic of New Day member Kofi Kingston's recent WWE championship run, telling Kingston to beef up with steroids. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame back in 2004. You can read his full comments here.

Meanwhile Guerrero's last appearance for WWE was back in 2018 on the 1000th episode of SmackDown. Prior to that she showed up as a surprise entrant in the first ever women's Royal Rumble matchup earlier that year, as well as scattered appearances in 2016. The AEW event worked by Guerrero was as a special guest commentator on an episode of Dark. No word at this time if AEW plans on using her more in the future.