Sandman’s Sexists Comments On Women Wrestlers Create Storm
Patricia Parker is an American professional wrestler, goes with ring name Jordynne Grace, was reportedly advised by former ECW star The Sandman that “women shouldn’t be in the main event because it was wrong,” as reported earlier by wrestlinginc.com. It happened during the WrestleCade Supershow last week when the Sandman made this misogynistic comment to the women who were in the main event. Famous names from the industry like Rosemary, Taya Valkyrie, Su Yung and Jordynne Grace were participating in the main event.
After that upsetting and sexist comment, Grace tweeted, “Hey remember that time The Sandman came up to four women about to main event to tell us that women main eventing is “wrong” and “any male wrestler with any sort of experience would agree?” Was this in 1998? No, it was tonight. December 2019.”
She later tweeted that the full conversation was even worse: “Too long for Twitter, but it’s worse than you’re probably even imagining.”
According to Grace, Jim Fullington aka “The Sandman” came up to her and her opponents and said that “women main eventing is wrong” and “any male wrestler with any sort of experience would agree.”
Controversy erupted when several other wrestlers came out in supporting Grace and responding to Sandman’s comments. AEW Champion Chris Jericho tweeted, “I don’t agree,” while Madison Rayne wrote, “Gross. I hope he stuck around to see the match and eat his words.”
- During the WrestleCade Supershow last week, Jim Fullington aka “The Sandman” came up to Patricia Parker, goes with ring name Jordynne Grace, and said that “women main eventing is wrong” and “any male wrestler with any sort of experience would agree.”
- Sandman made this misogynistic comment to the women who were in the main event including Rosemary, Taya Valkyrie, Su Yung
- Jordynne Grace says The Sandman told her that ‘Women main eventing is wrong’ and controversy erupted in the wrestling world
Will Ospreay commented, “Really??? Most of the women wrestlers are pulling off more innovating & exciting stuff then the ever before. Can’t tell you the amount of times I go watch a Stardom match & want to retire cos their matches are INSANE! Let’s not interfere with progress, everyone keep killing it.”
Jordynne Grace says The Sandman told her that “Women main eventing is wrong”
Fans started calling out The Sandman
This is not only a great time for female wrestlers to evolve in the world of WWE, it is also a high time for their male counterparts to change the mind-set and accept the revolution.
When a fan asked her to keep private conversations private, and she responded saying Sandman said this loud enough for the entire locker room to hear: “Oh yeah, saying it loud enough for the whole locker room to hear and then asking other wrestlers if they agreed with him sure is private.”
It was also informed that Tessa told off Sandman.
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