WWE Wrestlers Who Deleted Their Twitter Accounts in 2019

WWE Wrestlers Who Deleted Their Twitter Accounts in 2019


– [Zach] Twitter is
pretty much just as common in wrestling as wrestling rings are. While WWE has really
stepped up their presence on the platform in the past few years, there have been times when wrestlers have had to deactivate their accounts. Let’s look at the stars who were forced to hit the delete button
and why they had to. What did Seth Rollins do
to his Twitter account? – [Seth] Burn it down. – [Zach] Yes, less then a week ago, the King Slayer deleted
his Twitter account. It’s not confirmed, but this comes shortly after he started a feud with Sasha Banks. It began with The Boss mocking
a tweet Rollins had made about his match against
Rey Mysterio on Raw. Things kept going downhill, as
Seth responded by saying that Banks under-delivered in her
matches among other comments. Of course, Sasha Banks fans
weren’t thrilled by this and they started blasting
the Universal Champion. There may have been other
reasons for Seth Rollins deleting his Twitter account, but this probably had a lot to do with it. Since Rollins is one of WWE’s top stars, so I would be surprised if he doesn’t reactive his account in the near future. Nia Jax is currently
out with an ACL injury and hasn’t been in the
spotlight for a while, but back in August of
2019, she made headlines when her Twitter account was deleted. There didn’t seem to
be any specific reason, but she shared a story
on Instagram that said, “Privacy is power. “What people don’t know, they can’t ruin.” It seems like Nia just
needed a break from Twitter, especially since her
account has been reactivated and she’s been regularly posting again. Like Nia Jax, Lars Sullivan
is another WWE star who’s out with injury. However, shortly before
he had to take time off, Sullivan hit the ole delete
key on his Twitter account. While there hasn’t been
any official reason given, it’s likely due to comments
he made several years back. Before being signed by WWE, Lars Sullivan had an
account on bodybuilding.com. He had made a number of sexist, racist, and homophobic posts on
the website’s forums. The comments got a lot of
attention when Sullivan made his main roster debut and that’s probably one of the reasons he chose to delete his Twitter account. Like with Nia Jax, he’s reactivated it, but hasn’t posted anything recently. The former NXT UK Women’s
champion, Toni Storm, had a very rough start to 2019. Private photos of her were released in January during a hack. This led to her shutting down,
not only her Twitter account, but her other social
media profiles as well. A lot of fellow wrestlers and fans showed their support for Storm, which was great to see. Shortly after winning
the Women’s Championship at TakeOver Blackpool, Storm
reactivated her account and has been back on
social media ever since. Another NXT star was forced
to leave the blue bird, but for a different reason. Dominik Dijakovic debuted in late 2018, and by April 2019, he was set to feud with Velveteen Dream for the
North American Championship. To help expand on upon his character, Dijakovic made a tweet
saying the United States was a, “Diseased environment
that breeds impurity,” as well as saying, “The
streets are almost as filthy “as the inhabitants,” and concluded with, “I owe it to myself “and my family to purify this wasteland.” On top of that, in the tweet, he tagged the Presidents of
Mexico and the United States and the Prime Minister of Canada. I’m assuming this was meant
to hype up his character, as he mentioned on NXT that he and his family were
immigrants, but either way, it got a strong backlash from fans, and Dominik deleted his account. But like with many others
we’ve talked about, he’s back now and tweeting once again. This video dealt with more serious topics than I normally do, so if you’re in the mood for
something more lighthearted, check out Superhero Actors
Who Fought WWE Wrestlers. I’m Zach from Tap Out
Corner and take it easy. (upbeat music)

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