• Jay Lethal Responds To Taeler Hendrix’s Claims
Female indy wrestler Taeler Hendrix recently came out on social media to share something very controversial with the fans. She had been rarely seen on ROH TV for plenty of time.
She claimed that the reason she had been kept off TV was that she refused to “sleep with Jay Lethal”, the current ROH World Champion. ROH was quick to respond to Taeler and said that they had started investigating the matter.
Lethal broke his silence and came out on Twitter to deny all the allegations Taeler made against him. He requested the fans to not attack him or Taeler. The ROH World Champion also attached a long message for the fans in which he claimed that he is innocent and also showed hope that the result of the investigation will prove it.
Please do not use my words here as fuel to attack myself or my accuser, there is already too much hate going around in the world so let’s not add to it. pic.twitter.com/eZ5IVcPSez
— Jay Lethal (@TheLethalJay) July 8, 2018
The accuser, Hendrix was quick to reply. She tweeted a screenshot in which Jay messaged her and attempted to reach out. She further claimed that Lethal pulled her aside at a ROH house show and told her to do what he wanted.
deny all you want. you sent me this before you pulled me aside at a live event, told me what you told me. just because the business has been a certain way for so long. I'm tired of it and I'm fighting for what's right. pic.twitter.com/CxUkFsGOrY
— Taeler Hendrix (@Taeler_Hendrix) July 8, 2018
• RAW Star Recalls Locker Room Reaction To Bret Hart Calling Him An Unsafe Worker
RAW Superstar Seth Rollins was recently interviewed by GiveMeSport where he discussed his relationship with WWE CEO Vince McMahon, Bret Hart calling him an unsafe worker & more.
Below are the highlights:
On what he thinks about Vince McMahon:
“Vince is great. He’s fantastic first off. My relationship with him is very, very good. He’s just such an eccentric dude. He’s always got something for ya. He’s 71-years-old now and he’s sharp as a knife so he’s a lot of fun to be around. He’s always got good feedback. Still watches it, still loves it. That’s the crazy thing.
He still comes to work every single week and he still loves it. He still loves what he does. He loves being around it, he loves watching it, analyzing it, thinking about it. So it’s just cool to be around a guy like that.”
On locker room’s reaction to Bret Hart calling him an unsafe worker (after Finn Balor got injured in a match with him and him breaking John Cena’s nose in a match):
“I have no idea if [McMahon] even knew what Bret was saying about me as far as that’s concerned. But yeah, I got support from guys in the locker room who were like, ‘what is this guy even talking about? Why is he saying this stuff? It’s just ridiculous.
So yeah, it was here and there but most people really didn’t take it too seriously because it was so off the wall. So yeah people just make jokes about it for the most part.”