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Recently Released WWE Wrestler Fires Back At A Fan For Calling Her Old

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• Recently Released WWE Wrestler Fires Back At A Fan For Calling Her Old

NXT wrestler Franky Monet (Taya Valkyrie) was recently released from WWE.

ECW Legend Tommy Dreamer went on to tweet the following about the recently released 18 wrestlers:


I would build an entire company around @RealKeithLee @WWEKarrionKross @Lady_Scarlett13 @FrankyMonetWWE @WWEEmberMoon @MiaYim

All so talented. Have to reevaluate @HouseofHardcore 2022″

A fan then replied the following to Dreamer:

“Please do not hire old wrestlers, just focus on young.”

This let to Taya replying the following to this fan::

“STFU…. I just turned 38, I’ve been ashamed to even SPEAK about my age until today. 38 is not old…especially when you’re a man. Process that.

Age should never be [an] issue [and] I’m sick of people using that as a reason that someone should lose their job. I’m a women, a wife, a mother to 2 dogs, an aunt and a friend. Nobody should EVER say that 38 is old. GROW UPPPPP.”

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Hugh Morrus (Bill DeMott) turns 55 today.

Bill made his WCW debut in 1995 as “The Laughing Man” Hugh Morrus, a member of Kevin Sullivan’s evil ‘Dungeon of Doom’ stable.

For a few months in 2000, he became General E. Rection, leader of the ‘Misfits In Action’ faction.

When WCW was sold to Vince McMahon, DeMott was signed to a WWF deal in 2001, but after 2003 they kept him on TV for a while, before turning him into a trainer for various WWE developmental projects, such as Tough Enough, Deep South Wrestling, Florida Championship Wrestling, NXT & more.


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