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Taya Valkyrie says she was “threatening” after standing up for John Morrison – WWE Sports

In an interview with Chris Van Briette, former WWE star Taya Valkyrie, also known as Frankie Monet, commented on the public backlash she received after calling on the company after her husband John Morrison was released. Said.

“I was so worried that I didn’t know what to expect, especially when I went to WWE and didn’t work indie for a year right after the 2020 pandemic. So, I’m only taping ImpactTV, so it’s been basically two years since I was around the fans and talked to them. At NXT, there’s no interaction with the fans. So it was just different. I didn’t know, I was just like,’Do they like me? They hate me now. And again, I touch on this, the negative backlash I got made me even more anxious. So when I was released, people sympathized with me and really felt sick. And two weeks later, I was angry when they decided to release my husband. It was as if I was sad and then I was angry. And I was upset and said what I said. I mean, I was standing up for my husband. Some of me said, “What? Dismiss me. Don’t dismiss John. John Morrison, really? Why?” So I was really upset, so I know you, I Threatened online, I was told to kill myself. All the horrifying things you can think of, I was told because I stood up for my husband. ”


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Taya Valkyrie says she was “threatening” after standing up for John Morrison

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