World Wrestling Alliance in Georgia announced they have terminated the membership of Jay Hunter after he outwardly expressed racism in a video on TikTok.
WWA4 is run by AR Fox and Hunter had worked multiple matches for the school. The school put out the following statement:
We at The WWA4 do not condone racism. As of 4/16/2020, Jeffery Hume's (Jay Hunter) WWA4 membership was terminated. We pride ourselves on being diverse, welcoming everyone. We are utterly disappointed, appalled, and disgusted. We welcome all races, sexes, religions and creeds.
We are shocked, hurt, and disgusted. We do not and cannot tolerate racism or any other hateful behavior. Thank you to those who brought it to my attention. https://t.co/Z9J5lB72sh— Ayla Fox (@AylaTheFox) April 17, 2020
Hunter has since deleted his Twitter account.
Victory Championship Wrestling also released Hunter, saying he would no longer appear on their shows. Carllton High School expelled Hunter and Stephanie Freeman, the woman who appears alongside him in the video.
Sugar Dunkerton (wrestled as Pineapple Pete on Wednesday's AEW Dynamite), Erick Stevens, and others brought the video to the attention of WWA4.
Fightful will not be posting a video of Hunter's racism.