In the least surprising piece of news I’ve written in a long time, Dave Meltzer came under fire today for comments he made about women in wrestling. RingsideNews (among other sites) posted an article after Dave spoke about fans leaving early during last night’s WWE Raw segment with Charlotte Flair and Alexa Bliss.
“(Dave) Meltzer said on his radio show that “They had about 8,000 in the building and people were leaving in droves during this segment. I heard 1,500 people left and it’s not like they left and went to the bathroom and came back. They left and went home at 10:00. People were going home at 10:00 and I had never heard that they did that during RAW and it was this segment.”
That’s from Ringside News, who went on to add some fan reactions disputing Meltzer’s claims.
“I was literally there last night. This didn’t happen.” Another fan also confirmed, “I was there too. He needs to check his sources. A few people left cuz it was late but not 1500. No where close.”“People were going to the merch table and came back right after if anything, they had a place to order merch that was purchased online and they were filling orders every 5 minutes.”
Alexa Bliss herself fired back today on Twitter, which you can see below.
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