Tessa Blanchard Accused Of Being A Racist Bully Ahead Of Hard To Kill

On the heels of the biggest match of her career, Tessa Blanchard is facing serious accusations about her character.

While there have been rumors over the years that her attitude prevented her from signing with WWE, a recent tweet from the No. 1 contender for the Impact Wrestling World Title has opened up the door for a firestorm.

It all started when Blanchard tweeted: “Hey women, try supporting one another. Cool things happen.”


Former Impact star Allysin Kay, who is now with the NWA, replied that Blanchard “spat in a black woman’s face” and called her the N-word in Japan.

WWE NXT star Chelsea Green chimed in with her own accusations: “You’ve consistently put down, bullied, and belittled countless female coworkers, including me. Is that support?”

Casey Michaels of Squared Circle Sirens accused Blanchard of bullying Renee Michelle at an independent show. Most fans know Renee Michelle from her appearances on WWE Monday Night Raw alongside her husband Drake Maverick.


Blanchard responded to Chelsea Green’s tweet with this: “I’ve never been anything but kind to u. I’ve dealt with mean girls since I started..not saying I’m a saint, hell I’ve had my ups&downs & I’ve made silly decisions…Such is life. u have ZERO merit in your comments..Instead putting me down here for a little clout…you’ve got my #!”

She also tweeted the following denial: “not true. That’s my statement and the most attention I’ll give it because of how actually ridiculous it is.”



But the allegations didn’t stop with the denial. Here’s Priscilla Kelly:

“Remember publicly putting me down on twitter last year for something that didn’t involve you whatsoever, then continuing to drag my name to other people for it?

Pepperidge Farm Remembers.
You should probably delete this tweet.”

Terra Calaway didn’t mention Tessa by name but sent this out around the same time as the other tweets:

“That time someone got into a legit fight in a battle royal, came to the locker room after and told every single female that they were trash, then got into another legit fight in the locker room?

Cause that was fun.”

Black Rose (aka La Rosa Negra), who was allegedly the woman spit on and called a racial slur in Japan by Blanchard, tweeted and deleted this:

“@Sienna & @ImChelseaGreen Thank you so Much!!!!…….
That Story!!!!…. Yes, that’s happens on Japan 2017!!! If @Tessa_Blanchard do not Remember it … Can I!..

I am not a Mean Girl with any Coworkers around the world .

Be kind of #racist is not ridiculous is a #sickness”

Isla Dawn weighed in: “As someone who experienced your bullying firsthand, received regular verbal abuse, was spat on, had rumours spread about me, dealt with multiple attempts by you to blacklist me from other companies, (plus more), I just pray you now follow your own advice.”

Shanna added: “She did more nasty stuff in Japan… Never forget. Practice what you preach sweetheart. I standby @LaAbusadoradePR, she’s a fun loving person who would never disrespect anyone. Much love to you Rosa. ❤️”

Former Impact star Rebel tweeted this: “I like to think people change over time. But I can confirm the bad behavior & non supportive attitude in Japan, I was there”

Blanchard will challenge Sami Callihan for the Impact Wrestling World Championship tonight at the promotion’s Hard to Kill pay-per-view. While this provides promotion, it’s probably not the kind of promotion Impact was hoping for headed into tonight’s historic main event.

Prior to the accusations, we, along with the majority of the wrestling world, were expecting to see Blanchard crowned World Champion. It’ll be interesting to see if she still goes over or if Impact will reverse course in light of the allegations.


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