The Twitter joke did not land.
Jason Sensation, who briefly had WWE character, threatened to kill himself with a tweet, hours before the event, on "Monday Night Raw" in Toronto. 19659002] "I've got my gun through safety and will shoot myself in the head and kill myself during today's Raw in Toronto, do not you dare miss it !!! Thanks for the memories @WWE," he tweeted before his account has been deactivated.
Friends, including former WWE writer Vince Russo, did not know how serious the sensation was and frantically attacked him. Others warned the Toronto police about the situation.
"Brother, I hope you're kidding, just tried to call and text. Please, man ̵
Russo later told Wrestling Inc. that he was able to get in touch with Sensation, and that the threat was meant as a joke and his friend apologized for the panic it caused.
The police tracked Sensation and made it clear that he was not in the Scotiabank Arena or was a threat to the inmates.
Sensation carried out imitations of wrestlers in the 1990s, most notably Owen Hart during a feud between D-Generation X and the nation of domination