Sexy Star Breaks Rosemary’s Arm In Mexico
Sexy Star has been accused of deliberately injuring Rosemary at yesterday’s AAA TripleMania event in Mexico. The Lucha Underground star had Rosemary in an armbar during their match and gripped hard enough to cause a break.
“Let me make this perfectly clear: if you take liberties with someone’s body when they are giving it to you and trusting you to keep them safe, you are not tough. You are an asshole. And you don’t belong in this business,” wrote the GFW star on social media.
Sexy Star decided to do just that this weekend at TripleMania. And while I have remained quiet on social media until I was more calm to address the situation, I have now being informed that she is telling people that it is a work. You are all now being informed that Sexy Star is a liar. She was a liar in the locker room when she was forced to apologize and instead cooked up some bulls–t excuse that she ‘didn’t know’ and she is a liar now. You know if you are torquing on someone’s arm. You know an armbar is a real and dangerous hold.
The only reason your face is not broken right now is because a little voice inside my head as I lay on the apron kept repeating, ‘Don’t go to Mexican prison.’ (thanks Demon).
However, turning to positives, the outreach from the wrestling community has been incredible. I’m overwhelmed with how much love I feel right now from friends, fans, and people I have yet to meet in this amazing business. We are a family and we protect our own. If you violate that, you are not welcome here.
I also want to thank the AAA locker room. Multiple people came up to me saying how sorry and disgusted they were. Thank you Hamada and Shani, who also had to deal with bulls–t from Star during that match. Thank you, Vampiro, for professionally trying to calm a volatile situation, though, as you know, once the excuses started pouring out of Sexy Star’s mouth in lieu of an apology, it was over.
Thank you to the amazing GFW locker room, both present that night and not. I have so much support from everyone, and talent, crew and office have all reached out to show me that.
The wrestling community has come out in unanimous support for Rosemary.
“After seeing what happened to Rosemary last night at AAA I’m outraged. Our generation needs to band together and end shit like this once and for all. We need to end the times of bullying, hazing and garbage behavior in a sports that’s predetermined,” wrote Sami Calihan.
How can people take things so serious when this is a world of undead wizards, cowboys, dancing dinosaurs, and anything else our imagination can come up with. Our generation can finally change things. We can be the generation to change things for the better. We can be the generation who stand up for people’s rights. I’m sickened and disappointed at the business I love more than anything: THIS NEEDS TO END NOW.
Others also took to Twitter to voice their support:
Sending love to my girl @WeAreRosemary the whole wrestling world is behind you!! No room for bullies in this business.
— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) August 27, 2017
How bad ass are you when @WeAreRosemary let's you put her in an armbar & you shoot & pop her arm out? Ur not! Ban sexy or give her a shoot
— Brian Cage (@MrGMSI_BCage) August 27, 2017
Obviously intentionally hurting someone who is putting full trust in you to NOT hurt them is stupid. Karma gets everyone eventually.
— Ricochet (@KingRicochet) August 27, 2017
For the record, @WeAreRosemary is one of my favorite people in wrestling. Heal up homie 🙏🏻
— Mike Kanellis (@RealMikeBennett) August 27, 2017
— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) August 27, 2017
Sexy Star will never set foot in one of my locker rooms. I hope others follow suit.
— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) August 28, 2017
Terry Funk Not Confident In Health
Wrestling legend Terry Funk recently spoke with Wrestle List about how his health is holding up.
“I have had about 15 operations due to the wrestling profession, and I have a problem with an abdominal hernia. If anybody has ever had one knows damn sure what I am talking about,” said the Hall of Famer.
Do I feel confident about my health? I don’t think that anybody ever should feel confident about their health if they are 72 years old, and getting ready to go in to the ring. If they are then they are probably some kind of an idiot and that is more than likely what I am.
Funk was also asked whether he would ever take a job with WWE:
I don’t have any desire; I am still involved in the business. Actually as I have got control of the profession, I am the one that is controlling my profession. My profession isn’t controlling me at this time and that is a very important factor to anybody in any business. This goes to all the individuals out there, be in control of your business don’t let your business take control of you.