Sammy Guevara’s Inappropriate Comments, Bray Wyatt Personality Plans
Sammy Guevara's inappropriate comments from a few years ago have the AEW in hot water today. Also, we have some Bray Wyatt personality plans to discuss!
The #SpeakingOut movement has uncovered Sammy Guevara’s inappropriate comments directed toward Sasha Banks several years ago. Also, some news on WWE’s Bray Wyatt personality plans with an eye toward the next PPV.
Sammy Guevara’s Inappropriate Comments
Chances are, each and every one of us has said some things we wish we hadn’t, but most of us are lucky enough that those comments aren’t recorded. AEW star Sammy Guevara’s inappropriate comments were recorded, and now making news.
According to the reports, several years ago Guevara found himself at the WWE Performance Center, at the same time as Sasha Banks.
He later found himself on a podcast, where he felt it would be a good idea to discuss that visit, and more specifically, comment on his feelings toward the then-WWE prospect.
— H Jenkins (@HJenkinsWrites) June 22, 2020
While even commenting that he found Banks attractive would have likely been not needed, the exact words which Sammy Guevara chose to use are getting him some heat-and rightfully so.
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Specifically, the clip hears him state how he’s like to sexually assault the now-WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion.
It’s a terrible thing to say at any point in time, but now those mind boggling comments are getting new scrutiny thanks to the newest movement.
Others, such as Matt Riddle, are denying the claims against them.
It will be interesting to see how this latest situation is handled moving forward.
Many fans took to Twitter, insisting at a minimum an apology from Sammy. Others demanded much more.
Sammy Guevara should be released immediately. Non-negotiable. This is AEW’s litmus test.
— Jerome (@jeromec1985) June 22, 2020
Thoughts on Sammy Guevara & Sasha Banks. Folks Always mention how youngsters say & do stupid things. Esp young males. Hell many mid-age males talk stupid. Guys will say. Damn id hit that. Want a piece of that. Dopey guy talk. But rape? Hell no. No that’s not the norm in any case.
— Kevin Castle (@KevZCastle) June 22, 2020
Bray Wyatt Personality Plans
Bray Wyatt has been many characters since he became a part of the WWE family several years ago. From Husky Harris to The Fiend, he’s used several personalities.
Rumours have it that we could see Bray Wyatt having multiple personalities (The Fiend, Firefly Fun House, Retro). This will feel like the Three Faces of Foley. pic.twitter.com/rgla8XUnKN
— WRESTLE WRAP UP (@WrestleWrapUp) June 22, 2020
Lately, going back to his WrestleMania match, we’ve seen more of these personalities in play.
According to reports, we may be seeing more and more of Bray’s split wrestling personalities. With the Firefly Funhouse’s return last Friday, we got to see the original Bray Wyatt coming into play.
It seems that Vince McMahon’s plans for Wyatt had always been more geared toward someone battling multiple personalities and less psychotic crazy person. To that end, it seems that there’s a bit of an Attitude Era influence behind this.
Specifically, it’s not accidental that Wyatt’s multiple personas may begin to remind fans of the Three Faces of Foley.
Mick Foley, of course, wrestled as Mankind, Dude Love and Cactus Jack (and technically as Foley, but I digress). We saw matches where we didn’t know which persona would show up…or even where we got all three at times.
That does seem to be in Bray’s future as well, and we may begin to see this fully realized at the next WWE PPV. If they execute it as well as with Foley, this could be very fun to experience.