Tessa Blanchard has found herself in the middle of a controversy.
After posting a tweet where she wrote about how women sticking together can make "cool things happen" on the eve of her IMPACT World Championship match against Sami Callihan at the IMPACT Wrestling Hard To Kill 2020 pay-per-view, Blanchard found herself the subject of a mass Twitter War.
Several female talents came out to make claims of Blanchard being racist and bullying talents in the past. Some spoke about making vows to keep quiet about Blanchard's comments and actions for fear of being blackballed in the industry.
Check out over a dozen comments from female talents in the pro wrestling business who rallied together on social media to come out against Tessa Blanchard for her alleged past racist comments and actions and bullying antics by CLICKING HERE.
- UPDATE: Tessa Blanchard has responded to her accusers, which has led to more social media insanity. Check out the latest by clicking here.
UPDATE #2: Following the racism and bullying accusations and the big social media rally against her, Tessa Blanchard did not speak at the IMPACT Hard To Kill Media Day. This has led to a number of additional updates to this wild story. CLICK HERE to check out the latest.
As noted, Blanchard goes one-on-one against Callihan at the IMPACT Hard To Kill 2020 PPV, which goes down tonight from The Bomb Factory in Dallas, Texas.
Hey women, try supporting one another. Cool things happen.— Tessa Blanchard (@Tess_Blanchard) January 11, 2020
.#TessaBlanchard is the center of controversy ahead of her history-making World Title match against #SamiCallihan at tonight's #IMPACT #Wrestling #HardToKill PPV ... #ImpactWrestling star accused of #racism & #bullying— Matt Boone (@MattBoone1984) January 12, 2020
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