As more details have emerged about what happened during the women’s title match at last Saturday’s AAA Triplemanía XXV pay-per-view (PPV) - especially Rosemary’s first-person account of how Sexy Star injured her by applying and refusing to release a legitimate armbar - more and more reactions from wrestling professionals have flooded social media. Many of them are calling for a blacklisting of Sexy Star, and several have the clout to help make that happen:
Sexy Star will never set foot in one of my locker rooms. I hope others follow suit.— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) August 28, 2017
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
Dear fellow wrestling promoters : do you value the safety of your talent? Then now is the time to cancel Sexy Starr bookings from your show.— EVE: Women Wrestling (@ProWrestlingEVE) August 27, 2017
It appears to be working, too, as the annual WrestleCade event set for November in North Carolina has cancelled the former Lucha Underground champion for all scheduled appearances. They issued the following statement via Twitter, making it clear the incident at Triplemanía is the reason for pulling the booking:
Still no comment from Sexy Star, or any additional updates on Rosemary’s injury.