Goldust apparently thinks highly enough of the WWE product, or is that loyal a company man, that he defended it on social media on Wednesday.
The second-generation competitor got cranky on Twitter replying to a fan who was critical of Bray Wyatt.
Goldust tweeted as follows:
Goldust has spent the last few weeks working with Wyatt, and then faced Finn Balor this past week on Raw.
As for his own wrestling career, which is approaching the 30-year milestone, the 48-year-old Goldust does not appear ready to hang up the boots anytime soon.
The son of the late WWE Hall of Famer and multi-time NWA World Champion "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes, Goldust has had 20 total title reigns when combining his tenures in WWE as Goldust and WCW as Dustin Rhiodes.