If you thought Jim Cornette offended you during Tuesday night's edition of NWA Powerrr, which was pulled and resulted in his release from the promotion due to racism controversy -- you haven't heard anything yet.
As noted, the NWA issued a statement confirming the release of Jim Cornette following Tuesday night's controversial episode of NWA Powerrr, which was pulled due to racist remarks made by the pro wrestling legend.
In an update, Cornette noted that he will be addressing the situation on the next episode of his podcast, "The Jim Cornette Experience."
"Morning everybody! Heard any good jokes lately," wrote Cornette via his official Twitter page (@TheJimCornette). "This coming Friday's 'Jim Cornette Experience' (wherever you find your favorite podcasts) is liable to be a good one if you like hearing stupid people told what they can do with their stupidity."
Check out Jim Cornette's tweet below.
Morning everybody! Heard any good jokes lately?
This coming Friday's Jim Cornette Experience (wherever you find your favorite podcasts) is liable to be a good one if you like hearing stupid people told what they can do with their stupidity.
— Jim Cornette (@TheJimCornette) November 20, 2019
— NWA (@nwa) November 20, 2019
UPDATE: @TheJimCornette to address @nwa release due to #racism issues on 11/19 episode of #NWAPowerrr on his next #podcast: "It's Liable To Be A Good One If ..."
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