Tessa Blanchard Denies Accusations Of Bullying, Racial Slurs From Several Wrestlers

Allysin Kay and Chelsea Green are accusing Tessa Blanchard of bullying and in one instance even using the n-word in Japan.

Ahead of Tessa Blanchard's IMPACT World Championship match against Sami Callihan at IMPACT Hard To Kill, stories are emerging of Tessa being a bully in the locker room and not always having the most professional conduct.

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Replying to a tweet where Tessa encouraged women to support one another, NWA Women's Champion Allysin Kay recalled an instance where Tessa allegedly spit in the eye of another performer while in Japan and used the n-word.

WWE NXT Superstar Chelsea Green would then go onto claim she remembers the incident in question and furthermore, accuse Tessa of consistently putting down other female coworkers including herself.

Priscilla Kelly also chimed in saying that Tessa publicly put her down on Twitter over an incident that didn't involve her and advised her to delete her initial tweet.

 La Rosa Negra, an independent wrestler from Puerto Rico, has come forward thanking Allysin for the tweet. She claims to be the wrestler allegedly spit on by Tessa in Japan. Kay confirmed to Fightful this was the situation she referred to.

Renee Michelle, who appeared on WWE programming last year, backed up the story, saying that Rosa Negra feared she would get blacklisted from wrestling.

In addition, Isla Dawn shared her own experience with Blanchard, claiming that Blanchard tried to blacklist her. 

Add former TNA wrestler Rebel to the list of names, who backed up many of the claims.

AEW's Big Swole has now come forward with more information about the La Rosa Negra incident, saying that she has had conversations with both La Rosa Negra and Tessa Blanchard about hashing out their differences.

Another AEW star in Shanna would share her thoughts on the matter, backing up stories happening in Japan, but moreso, supporting La Rosa Negra.

Tessa's IMPACT co-worker, Moose, tweeted in defense of Tessa, saying everyone has moments in their past that are regrettable. Moose would also call into question the timing of these incidents coming to light.

Fightful has heard from additional names who have said that she's made some significant changes since joining IMPACT Wrestling, and has typically been on "best behavior" there. We've also heard a couple of wrestlers who stated they've heard the stories about Blanchard, but haven't experienced anything themselves in that regard. 

Tessa Blanchard released the following two statements on her Twitter. Both deny all the above claims.

Tessa is slated to challenge for the IMPACT Championship at IMPACT Hard To Kill. IMPACT has not made any public comments about the situation. Fightful has also reached out to Tessa personally. 

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