Since making his return to WWE in January, Batista hasn't exactly been treated like the conquering hero of yesteryear like so many other stars who came back after extended time away. Actually, crowds across the U.S. have been hostile and uncooperative, booing him so badly the powers that be were left with no choice but to turn him heel.
He seemed to embrace as much, even later claiming he knew he wouldn't be received well upon his return, but he frequently gets upset at fans for various infractions, some silly, some not.
Ive always considered myself a WWE fan first and foremost but Im completely confused Y some fans cant differentiate between SHOW and REALITY— Dave Bautista (@DaveBautista) April 23, 2014
Also noticed that most critical fans dont have pics of themselves posted or need to take a good look in the mirror! People in glass houses..— Dave Bautista (@DaveBautista) April 23, 2014
Anyway...peace to all my positive people! Looking forward to the day when I can go back to interacting with twitches w/o all the negativity— Dave Bautista (@DaveBautista) April 23, 2014
Well, WWE is constantly doing its best to blur the line between "show" and "reality", including referring to this particular time as the "reality era". That might have a little something to do with it, though his gripe to that end is somewhat valid. It must be frustrating to live in a world like that, even if you perpetuate it.
Also, maybe don't hold your breath on waiting to use Twitter "without all the negativity". I do not believe such a thing exists.
If we're to believe future advertisements, though, Big Dave will be taking some time off from WWE here soon enough. Then he can go about getting snarky responses from movie fans.