Braun Strowman may have died at the Horror Show at Extreme Rules, but lest we forget Lucha Underground, the promotion that famously killed off multiple wrestlers.
Jack Evans was part of Lucha Underground since season one, but was sacrificed to the Gods by Matanza Cueto in season four. According to him, he pitched the idea of his death to Lucha Underground due to Ivelisse having a poor attitude, which caused him to want out of the company.
I didn't complain about my death, in fact I spazzed the freak out on management and demanded it. Thank you @RealIvelisse your difficult personality allowed me to avoid all the contract disputes everyone else had. https://t.co/iafHhDM9ei— Jack Evans (@JackEvans711) July 20, 2020
Ivelisse responded to Evans' comments, saying he was screaming at her and tried to fight her while she acted calmly. Evans disputes her account of the incident and things spiraled from there.
That isn't what happened, we yelled at each other and nothing more. Don't spin stories like that Ive, you're usually not a liar.— Jack Evans (@JackEvans711) July 20, 2020
Ive, yes everyone saw. Who did EVERYONE support? You? No, in fact the wrestlers got together to use this as a catalyst to get you fired and when management heard they got scared about lawsuits, I said if they released me on the spot from my contract everything would be dropped.— Jack Evans (@JackEvans711) July 20, 2020
Dude I have no clue what you are talking now.. All I can talk about is what happened between you and me, which was completely unnecessary, just like this right now... So stop..— Ivelisse--------LaSicaria#Bow2None (@RealIvelisse) July 20, 2020
Stop shitting on my name saying I have a difficult personality, I stand up for myself, or others, that doesn't make me "difficult".— Ivelisse--------LaSicaria#Bow2None (@RealIvelisse) July 20, 2020
I rest my case. https://t.co/k73rcjwJ0D— Jack Evans (@JackEvans711) July 20, 2020
Evans "apologized" for calling out Ivelisse, but his "apology" wasn't exactly accepted.
Nice try with the complete and utter backhanded sarcasm and the idiotic picture of a person simply giving a training class... SERIOUSLY. That's a whole nother level of trash.. again just stop...— Ivelisse--------LaSicaria#Bow2None (@RealIvelisse) July 20, 2020
Folks, it's only Monday.
Ivelisse is set to make her AEW debut on Wednesday, though it is unknown if she's signed to the company. Evans is signed to AEW and has been paid by the company during the pandemic despite not wrestling since March.