The support comes raining in for Sadie.
The current NEVER Openweight Champion Will Ospreay sent out a tweet earlier today which read that he sent messages to two fellow wrestlers who are working in Japan and that message entailed that being in Japan is not a joke and wrestling there should be taken seriously. He mentioned the London, England native Bobbi Tyler as one of the individuals who received a text. Sadie Gibbs, who also hails from the United Kingdom was the second person in Ospreay's tweet but went unmentioned.
I sent 2 messages out to 2 girls going out to wrestle in Japan. I told them that Japan isn’t a vacation, this is work, that I don’t think they are ready for it.— “A̶e̶r̶i̶a̶l̶ Assassin” Will Ospreay (@WillOspreay) January 26, 2019
Happily say that @BobbiTylerUK has stepped up her game & getting better each match.
Keep up the good work ----
Sadie noted on Twitter a few days ago that she had to pull out of a STARDOM tour due to losing a loved one. Sadie responded to Ospreay's tweet and noted that it was never her intention to impress anyone who has no impact on her career and/or life choices.
And my intentions was never to Impress nor prove to someone who really has no involvement in my life or my choices.— SADIE GIBBS (@SadieGibbs) January 26, 2019
And right now, with the LOSS of someone extremely close to me and my family I’d love to say this tweet has hurt me https://t.co/7I71hi79c4
The support from the wrestling community came pouring in for Sadie as many, including All Elite Wrestling Co-Executive Vice President Matt Jackson showed his support as well as the head of talent relations for the 'Italian Wrestling Association' in Italy.
For the record, from what we’ve seen, we think you’re awesome.— The Young Bucks (@MattJackson13) January 26, 2019
Hey Sadie, this is Riccardo from IWA Italy. We loved your work in Japan. Why don't we talk? I'd love to bring you in Italy— Riccardo aka TheSenblet (@TheSenblet) January 26, 2019
Sadie is a part of the growth of women's wrestling and today, a new episode of the Women's Wrestling podcast hosted by Kristen Ashly will be posted here on Fightful and in the mean time, click here to check out the debut episode of the aforementioned podcast.