ECW Legend tells female Impact Wrestling Stars Tessa Blanchard and others that women should not main-event shows
In a very strange turn of events, Jordynne Grace, Tessa Blanchard, Taya Valkyrie and Rosemary were allegedly told by ECW Legend Sandman that "women main eventing is wrong" at the WrestleCade Supershow.
Grace made the allegation on Twitter and said,
"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.
Grace also said that Sandman said it out loud for the whole locker room to hear. She said this, when a fan said on Twitter that such conversations should be kept private.
"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."
AEW Wrestler Big Swole also seemed to confirmed that Tessa Blanchard called him out for making the statement.
If these allegations are true, it does seem ridiculous that The Sandman would make these statements. Considering that WrestleMania 35 was just main evented by women and they are main eventing shows in Impact Wrestling, it seems that the ECW Legend may not have changed with the times.