As noted on Wednesday evening, backstage producer Jimmy Jacobs is no longer with WWE. Jacobs got into hot water with the company for taking a photo with the Bullet Club when they invaded Monday Night RAW several weeks back.
Quick to capitalize on the story (and confirming his WWE departure), Jimmy Jacobs has opened a store at Pro Wrestling Tees and his first offering features the photo in question on the front page of a newspaper with the headline, “Unprofessional.”
The shirt is very much in the spirit of the Young Bucks releasing a “Cease and Desist” t-shirt right after receiving a legal threat from WWE. Tying the whole story together, in their quest to liberate Daniel Bryan from WWE, Nick Jackson had some advice for SmackDown’s General Manager:
Hey Bryan Danielson you should take a photo with us too.
— The Young Bucks (@NickJacksonYB) October 12, 2017
Joey Ryan also chimed in, noting that the Bullet Club apparently really got under WWE’s skin:
I wish any opponent of mine sold as much for me as WWE is selling for the Bullet Club. https://t.co/4dD0WF4adM
— Joey Ryan (@JoeyRyanOnline) October 11, 2017