The WWE Universe was sent into a frenzy this week as a 38-year-old independent wrestler made a controversial wish for fellow wrestler Chelsea Green. The wrestler, known only as “Dude,” sparked controversy and outrage among fans and fellow wrestlers after making a libidinous wish for Green during a recent interview.
The incident took place during a podcast interview, where Dude was asked about his thoughts on Green’s recent injury and recovery process. However, instead of sticking to the topic at hand, Dude made a surprising and inappropriate comment about his desires towards Green, causing a wave of backlash from both fans and the wrestling community.
The WWE Universe quickly took to social media to express their outrage and disgust at Dude’s disrespectful comments towards Green. Many fans and fellow wrestlers condemned Dude’s behavior, calling it inappropriate and disrespectful. Some even went as far as to call for consequences and repercussions for his actions.
Green herself also took to social media to address the incident, expressing her disappointment and frustration with Dude’s comments. She made it clear that such behavior is not acceptable and called for more respect and professionalism within the wrestling community.
In response to the backlash, Dude issued a public apology, acknowledging his mistake and expressing remorse for his inappropriate remarks. He stated that he takes full responsibility for his actions and is deeply sorry for any offense he may have caused.
The controversy surrounding Dude’s comments has sparked a larger conversation within the wrestling community about the treatment of female wrestlers and the need for more respect and accountability among wrestlers. Many are calling for a change in the culture of wrestling, with a focus on promoting a more inclusive and respectful environment for all wrestlers.
As of now, it remains to be seen what consequences, if any, Dude will face for his comments. However, this incident has certainly sparked an important conversation within the wrestling community about the importance of respect and accountability for all wrestlers, regardless of gender.