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I posted this back in Jan. it’s important to remind people that cyber bullying is a real thing & that your words carry a lot whether you mean them to or not. I didn’t know Hana Kimura personally, but my heart breaks for her and her family. & I’ve seen on social the amount of lives she’s impacted. It’s time to hold people accountable for their words and actions online. Sometimes people forget that no matter what character we may portray on tv or in the ring is just that…a character. Everyone is a real person with real feelings. If you are suffering from any kind of bullying or cyber bullying PLEASE REACH OUT to someone 🖤 #RIPHanaKimura

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He originally said: “I guarantee you she’s one of those women that just lays there and just takes it. 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.”

Bliss called his vitriol “disgraceful”, accusing her critic of solely seeking attention by abusing her.

“He’s been blocked forever on my end,” she added.

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

However, after considering his original comments, and his subsequent response to the critics of them, the podcaster issued what seemed a full and contrite apology to Bliss, her fellow female wrestlers and those people who were offended by his comments.

And he later thanked viewers for their “amazing feedback” on the video that contained his apology.

What a turd. 

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