It's been a big week for Tessa Blanchard, both bad and good.
Ahead of IMPACT Wrestling Hard To Kill, Tessa Blanchard was hit with numerous accusations of bullying and racism. Spearheading that discussion was current NWA Worlds Women's Champion Allysin Kay, formerly known as Sienna. Now, Kay claims that Blanchard is out for revenge.
Kay says that Blanchard is trying to "dig up dirt" on her based on text messages she's received. Allysin took to Twitter to call out the situation, in which Blanchard has yet to comment on.
I said what I had to say so I’d love to move on, but I just got several msgs about @Tess_Blanchard trying to spread lies.— Allysin Kay (@Sienna) January 19, 2020
Unfortunately for you, I’ve built my 11-yr reputation on being respectful. Instead of owning up to your mistakes, you lie, scheme & prove you haven’t changed pic.twitter.com/6119kc3Idj
This is one reason people don’t speak up. It’s also one of the reasons I felt I needed to be the one to do so. I have a thick skin, there’s no dirt on me, I have a large platform & amt of colleagues who vouch for me. I’ll gladly absorb this frontline of idiocy to shield my friend— Allysin Kay (@Sienna) January 19, 2020
We can't confirm the validity of said text messages in the exchanges. Several wrestlers, including Chelsea Green and Isla Dawn showed support to Kay's thread.
Blanchard did not follow up from initial contact attempts from Fightful when the controversy started.