IMPACT Wrestling star Jordynne Grace has revealed a bizarre request she received from a fan involving a ‘unique’ recipe for brownies.
Jordynne Grace is no stranger to the racier side of modern wrestling. The former Knockouts Champion has frequently posted pictures of herself in lingerie and bikinis on social media and once even recreated the iconic Attitude Era nude Shawn Michaels photo from Playgirl.
Grace is also one of many wrestling stars who run their own exclusive content account, this allows her to post unique, subscription-only content for fans and also take requests for photoshoots among other things.
Sometimes, these requests can take a strange turn, as Grace found out when someone sent a message offering her $150 to make some brownies with an odd extra ingredient that they acknowledged might sound “extreme”.
“I got a request. $150 It’s extreme but I want it from u”
They went on to describe how they wanted grace to add her own poo to the brownie mix when she was making them. The user even provided a handy link to show exactly what they wanted.
Grace shared the request on social media and simply said “Good night”, presumably meaning she had more than enough of the internet for the day.
Jordynne Grace has been a permanent fixture on IMPACT television since debuting with the company back in 2018, winning her fair share of plaudits along the way. The Austin, Texas native is a former Knockouts Champion and has enjoyed notable rivalries with new WWE signee Taya Valkyrie, Tenille Dashwood and Deonna Purrazzo amongst others. While she has also competed in inter-gender matches for the X Division Championship.
Grace was also the first to hold the IMPACT Digital Media Championship after overcoming five other stars at Bound For Glory in October 2021 to win the bely.
Jordynne Grace went on to hold the belt for 90 days with successful defences against John Skyler, Chelsea Green and Lady Frost. Cardona dethroned her at the January 21st IMPACT Tapings. More recently, Grace unsuccessfully attempted to regain the belt in a chaotic ‘DotCombat’ match which featured the use of weapons ranging from computer keyboards to a bag of cellphones.