Tessa Blanchard Denies Chelsea Green & Allysin Kay's Allegations Of Bullying And Racist Remarks

Blanchard's biggest day of her career turns controversial.

Tessa Blanchard
Impact Wrestling

On the eve of the biggest wrestling match of her career, Tessa Blanchard has felt a huge online backlash after a variety of female wrestling performers - Chelsea Green and Allysin Kay included - called her out on Twitter after she posted a tweet saying 'Hey women, try supporting one another. Cool things happen.'

Allysin Kay hit back at the tweet and asked Tessa Blanchard if she remembered when she 'spat in a black women's face and called her the N-word in Japan?' while Green added that 'You’ve consistently put down, bullied, and belittled countless female coworkers, including me. Is that support?'

Blanchard is preparing for tonight's much-hyped main event of Impact's Hard To Kill pay-per-view from Dallas, Texas where she takes on Impact World Champion Sami Callihan in an intergender title match. She is widely expected to become the first female to win a major men's Heavyweight title in progessional wrestling.

This story of alleged bullying and racism however is dominating the headlines...

Blanchard has denied all of these allegations in the past and again now, but what started out as a positive call-to-arms has soon evolved into a seriously toxic peak behind the curtain.

Tessa Blanchard responded with the following denials...

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