This all started when Blanchard tweeted “Hey women, try supporting one another. Cool things happen.” The tweet had the opposite effect as Allysin Kay, Chelsea Green, and Priscilla Kelly took umbrage with the assertion.
These claims came as a surprise to many fans. Kay’s accusation, in particular, is damaging for the woman IMPACT just named Wrestler of the Year.
Since, the victim of the said racist incident, La Rosa Negra, has come forward and confirmed Allysin Kay’s story.
On the other hand, Tessa Blanchard took to her Twitter account to deny these claims. The timing of these revelations is unfortunate because the third generation star will challenge Sami Callihan tomorrow at Hard to Kill for the IMPACT World Championship.
Blanchard will be the first woman to compete for the company’s world title but this news will undoubtedly taint this historic moment. As we report this, more women have come forward, adding more credence to these allegations.
NXT UK’s Isla Dawn was the most recent woman to add her story to the fray.
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