JTG is probably one of the most controversial superstars in WWE history and he is set to become even more so after he has revealed his intentions to write a tell-all book about his time in WWE.
The former Cryme Tyme member was signed to WWE back in 2006 and was immediately partnered with Shad Gaspard, where they formed the team known as "Cryme Tyme" who had the unique gimmick of stealing and selling superstars clothes and anything else they brought to the ring with them.
In the middle of a feud with Trevor Murdoch and Lance Cade in 2007, JTG, real name Jayson Antony Paul, was released from his WWE contract and began wrestling on the independent scene, but merely six months later, WWE resigned the duo, only for less than two years after that, Shad was released and JTG became a singles competitor.
Following the break up of the duo, JTG was never fully taken seriously in WWE and it came as no surprise that he was released, along with a long list of other mid card superstars last year when WWE had a "clear out" of talent.
Since then he and former partner Shad have reunited and recreated Crime Time and they are now being booked in independent wrestling companies in the UK and US.
JTG hadn't appeared on WWE TV that entire year and many thought the superstar had already been released, but now for the first time, the WWE Universe are going to hear the full story from the man himself.
Teaser for JTG's book
As a teaser for the book, he wrote the following:
"DAMN! WHY DID I WRITE THIS BOOK? Is a compilation of short stories all focused around the four letter word that has ended more wrestling careers than steroids, pills and alcohol combined. HEAT!
"HEAT - A "black cloud" that follows a superstar after a personal conflict or misunderstanding between two individuals or more backstage."
It will be interesting to find out the real story behind why WWE kept an inactive superstar under contract for so long, and how it felt to not be used by the company week after week.
There is no official release date for the book, but it's likely that WWE will not be happy about some of its contents.