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Tay Conti’s Team Issues Statement After Her Departure From Twitter Due To Backlash From Fans

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• Tay Conti’s Team Issues Statement After Her Departure From Twitter Due To Backlash From Fans

After TNT Champion Sammy Guevara announced his break up on Twitter, AEW wrestler Tay Conti got heat from the fans on Twitter.

Fans believe Tay is the reason for Sammy’s break up, as there were rumors that Sammy & Tay are dating. The rumors got stronger when Tay announced that she’s no longer married.

They even addressed it during a video:

This backlash resulted in Tay deleting her Twitter account.

This led to Sammy issuing the following statement on Twitter:

“This shouldn’t have to be said…but my relationship with Pam ending had nothing to do with ANYONE else.

Pam and I broke up back in October and just now felt was the time to make it publicly known.

So please stop pointing fingers and looking for someone to blame.”

Tay Conti’s team has now issued the following statement on her Instagram page’s story:

“This is Tay’s management team writing to let you know Tay is doing good but will be stepping away from social media for a couple days.

In the meantime, we will be posting on Tay’s behalf throughout the week. This includes normal posts as well as some sponsored posts that we have already recorded earlier in the month that must be posted this week.

Thank you for reading, Happy Holidays from Tay & her management team!”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WRESTLING HISTORY (December 19, 1981) – Georgia Championship Wrestling

On this day in 1981, Georgia Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV Show, also called ‘Georgia Championship Wrestling ‘.

The show featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments featuring several GCW Wrestlers, presented by Gordon Solie.

Here’s the card:

Mike Davis vs. Ken Timbs

Mr. Wrestling #2 vs. Jim Gallagher

Ron Bass vs. Rick Thor

Brad Armstrong vs. Rick Benefield

Buzz Sawyer vs. Bob Russell

The Assassin, The Masked Superstar & the Super Destroyer vs. Don Gilbert, Cubby Carlisle & El Gran Apollo

Tommy Rich vs. Ed Timbs

The Masked Superstar & the Super Destroyer vs. Jim Gallagher & Bob Russell

Ricky Harris vs. Pete Martin

Buzz Sawyer vs. Mike Davis

Bob & Brad Armstrong vs. Marvin Turner & Jack Poure

Also on the program: Mr. Wrestling #2, Big Red, Leroy Brown, Ole Anderson, Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes and Michael Hayes

        
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