Allysin Kay Explains Why She Came Forward About Tessa Blanchard, Says Denial Shows Tessa Hasn't Grown

On Saturday, Tessa Blanchard tried to unite women in the world of wrestling by tweeting, "Hey women, try supporting one another. Cool things happen."

The tweet backfired, as she was called out by Allysin Kay for spitting on a black woman in Japan and calling her the N-word. From there, other wrestlers including Chelsea Green, Isla Dawn, and Priscilla Kelly accused Blanchard of bullying them or witnessed Blanchard bullying others during their time around her. Blanchard went on to deny the allegations. La Rosa Negra came forward and claimed she was the one who was spat on by Blanchard.

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Some, including IMPACT wrestler Moose, questioned the timing of the accusations as Blanchard is set to make history when she challenges for the IMPACT World Title in the main event of IMPACT Hard to Kill. Kay took to social media to clear up why she decided to call out Tessa over the weekend and respond to Tessa's denial

Tessa has given no further public comment on the situation since the denial. She was pulled from an upcoming Heavy Metal Wrestling event over the allegations.

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