WWE champ slams commentator's 'disgraceful' sex life claims

Sam Goodwin
Sports Editor
Alexa Bliss fired back at the disgraceful comments. Image: Getty/Instagram

WWE star Alexa Bliss has blasted YouTube personality and commentator JDFromNY206 over ‘disgraceful’ comments about her sex life.

The YouTuber - who has over 116,000 subscribers on the social media platform - took aim at Bliss in a vulgar rant on Monday.

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“I guarantee you she’s one of those women that just lays there and just takes it,” he said of Bliss, a former WWE women’s champion.

“Nothing, she does nothing. Can you imagine? Can you imagine being in bed with Alexa Bliss, man?

“And she performs the same way she does in the ring? Awful. All look and no substance whatsoever.”

The video had been watched about 600,000 times as of Wednesday, and Bliss got wind of the shocking claims.

“Normally I ignore his ignorance because all he wants is to be recognised by bashing me … but ex freaking scuse me sir???” she responded on Twitter.

“HOW DARE YOU discredit my work in such a disgraceful way. #WhatAClassAct.”

“He’s been blocked forever on my end.

“He’s just one of those people who talks crap behind a microphone while waiting in line for pics at Axxess.”

Fellow WWE stars Paige and Sonya Deville also slammed JDFromNY206.

“I pray I run into this dude one day,” Deville said.

While Paige told Bliss to ignore the hurtful comments.

“This is the problem right here. HES one of the problems. Cyber bullying is NOT okay and to this extent too?” she said.

“What a disgrace and I’m assuming he’s supposed to be a reporter of some sorts? Shame on you JD.

“Your work is incredible @AlexaBliss_WWE pay no mind to ignorance like this.”

Cyber bullying in the spotlight after tragedy

A number of WWE stars also hit out at trolls earlier this week after Japanese pro wrestler Hana Kimura died at age 22.

Stardom Wrestling confirmed Kimura's death, saying details are still largely unknown and the group was co-operating in an investigation.

Kimura was found dead at her home, Japanese media said.

Kimura became the target of massive bullying on social media over her role on Netflix show ‘Terrace House’, which involves three men and three women temporarily living together at a shared house in Tokyo.

The show was temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus.

In her latest Instagram posting Friday, she published a photo of herself and her cat, with a message saying “Goodbye.”

Another posting carried a message “I love you, live long and happy. I'm sorry.”

Her death has triggered a wave of messages on social media against anonymous bullying and hateful messages.

with Associated Press

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