Michael Hayes recently took to Twitter to respond to recent comments by Bret Hart that criticized The Freebirds' inclusion in the WWE Hall of Fame.
Speaking to Forbes Magazine, Hart questioned the Hall of Fame credentials of the Freebirds and criticized the behavior of the original trio -- Hayes, Terry Gordy and Buddy Roberts -- and said they "never did squat" in WWE and "never drew any money.
"When I remember the Freebirds, they were all drunk and passed out at the gate at one of the airports in my first day in WWF. None of them even made the show that day, they were too drunk to make their plane," Hart said in the interview, adding, "I've always gotten along with [Michael Hayes], but as far as their contribution to wrestling, gimme a break. They were all pill heads and, for lack of a better word, they were all screw-ups. They're not picking the cream of the crop, they're picking whoever the first person they see on the list and they go 'he would be easy to fly in.'"
Those comments drew an angry response from Hayes, who posted the following on Twitter:
Hayes has been a fixture in a behind-the-scenes role as an agent, writer and producer for WWE since 1999.
This is not the first time that Hart has gone public and criticized one of his fellow wrestlers as of late. He has ripped the wrestling style of Seth Rollins on multiple occasions for being unsafe.