More details have come out regarding the incident between Awesome Kong and Reby Sky (Reby Sky Hardy) in Manchester, England during TNA’s tour of the UK.
The incident took place in the locker room and there was apparently some bad blood over comments made years earlier. Sky worked on an independent show in 2013 and, in a social media post, took offense to Sid Vicious no-showing.
In a shoot interview with Kayfabe Commentaries, Kong said that Sky should be put in “The Ho Bag” and she was negative on her overall. When the interview was mentioned to Sky in a Q&A, she said that she knew nothing about it and she didn’t know Kong on a personal level. Sky said, “Not aware of this if it is true. Doesn’t make much sense, as I don’t know her on a really personal level and we have been nothing but nice to each other in passing at shows. We’ve actually texted back-and-forth a few times, so if she now has a problem with me, I can only attribute it to one thing/person. Fake as f*** to be nice to my face and talk sh** to a camera if it’s true, but no shocker there. That’s 99 percent of the women in the business.”
There have been tons of incidents in the past between wrestlers but this one involved Kong allegedly attacking Sky in front of her baby boy Maxel. Kong threw Sky’s bags out of the dressing room and that led to an argument. Sky stood her ground and said that this is not the 80s so Kong could go “f**k off.” That is when Kong allegedly attacked her by driving her into a concrete wall and choking her in front of Maxel.
At this point, if this all went down as described by people in the company, then TNA really has no choice but to fire Kong over this.
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