Authorities in Georgia are investigating WWE legend Marty Jannetty after he appeared to confess to a murder on Facebook.
On Wednesday, Marty wrote about making "a man disappear" when he was 13 years old during a drug deal gone wrong. The former wrestler, now 60, recalled working at a bowling alley and attempting to buy drugs from a Vietnam War veteran who worked there, according to TMZ, which published screen grabs of the since-deleted post.
"He put his hands on me … he dragged me around the back of the building … you already know what he was gonna try to do," Marty wrote. "That was the very first time I made a man disappear. They never found him. They shoulda looked in the Chattahoochie River."
Marty said he'd never told anyone this story prior to the Facebook post.
The fact that Marty referred to the incident as "the very first time" he "made a man disappear" is also causing some concern — it implies that there may have been other incidents.
The Columbus Police Department in Georgia told TMZ, "We are going to look into this."
"The first step will be seeing if we have any missing persons or unidentified remains cases that match the limited information in the post," a spokesperson from the homicide/cold case division told the website.
The investigation won't be at the top of the list, though, as the spokesperson said police have "several current active homicide investigations underway and they will have to remain the priority."
Marty is a bonafide icon in professional wrestling. He is widely known for teaming up with Shawn Michaels to form The Rockers, one of the most popular tag teams in the WWE (then called the WWF) during the '80s and '90s. Marty won 20 championships over the course of his nearly 30-year career.