Earlier today, Vince Russo posed the following to his Facebook:
TO ALL VISITORS OF PYROANDBALLYHOO.COM,
As of today I am no longer associated with the website, or brand, pyroandballyhoo.com in any way, shape, or form. I will not be posting anything---blogs, videos, podcasts, from this point going forward. I am no way any longer associated with the site.
Please know, that if you renew your monthly membership, you will not be getting any content from Vince Russo from this day going forward. I also ask you to not buy any Vince Russo merchandise, as I no longer have access to the orders.
I will keep you all updated of my future endeavors here on my Facebook page.
As always I have been and still am very thankful for all your support.
I'll keep you posted.
There was a post at Pyro and Ballyhoo to accompany this, as indicated by this tweet:
Pyro and Ballyhoo going on hiatus effective immediately. Thank you for all your support. I'll be in touch. http://t.co/HY2pBb0KV7— Vince Russo (@pyroballyhoo) February 28, 2015
However, the post at the site has been deleted, although you can read an archived version of it by clicking here.
The Wrestling Observer notes that the domain name is owned by someone using the alias "Dirty Diva" in the hometown of former WrestleZone writer Chris Cash, who Russo had been working with on the site. That leads to the obvious speculation that the two had some sort of disagreement and decided to part ways.
Seeing an opportunity to get his shots in, Jim Cornette took to Twitter:
BREAKING NEWS--Jim Cornette is still fully in charge of http://t.co/EoBVyK3ieG and encourages you to buy his fine merchandise! #BRANDedAGoof— Jim Cornette (@TheJimCornette) February 28, 2015
When stupid people play with pyro and ballyhoo, they get burned or conned--— Jim Cornette (@TheJimCornette) February 28, 2015
Also like to remind everyone that ALL the content on http://t.co/EoBVyK3ieG is written by ME and available for free #NotAScamForSubscribers— Jim Cornette (@TheJimCornette) February 28, 2015
There you have it.