Shotzi has fired back at fans who criticised her recent appearance in the women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match.
The recent Money In The Bank Premium Live Event featured one of the more feel-good WWE stories of the year.
After falling short in her efforts to win the Raw Women’s Championship in back in January, Liv Morgan won the women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match. Not only that, Morgan cashed in her contract on the same show, pinning Ronda Rousey to claim the SmackDown Women’s Title.
The highly emotional victory was greeted by chants of “you deserve it” and marked the first time that the star had won WWE championship gold.
However, one of the other big talking points to come out of the match was the performance of Shotzi. Many fans online were highly critical of the former NXT star’s display, with some suggesting she shouldn’t have been in the match at all.
In a new post on social media, a defiant Shotzi fired back at her critics, writing that she isn’t a robot and haters can “suck her big giant hairy mangos!”
“There are 3 things I care about at the end of a match. Is everyone safe? Did everyone have fun? Did the crowd react? Nobody got hurt. We all had a blast and the Vegas crowd was HotHotHot! I felt on top of the world after that match and was so excited to finally have my first hardcore match in over a year. I wouldn’t have done anything I didn’t practice or thought I couldn’t do safely.
But I’m not a wrestle robot, I’m human and slips happen especially in a CHAOTIC UNPREDICTABLE ladder match! I can take a joke and laugh at myself (One of the first things I said was “I can’t wait to see that spot on botchamania”) but comments like “you should be fired” and other terrible things admittedly hit hard.
I had to have a few friends wipe the tears off my face and slap some sense into me and remind me WHO THE F I AM! That being said, all my haters can SUCK MY BIG GIANT HAIRY MANGOS!”
Alexa Bliss, who also featured in the match, posted her own response, writing that such criticism is why doesn’t like using Twitter.
It has since been reported that Ronda Rousey asked to lose the SmackDown Women’s Championship to the “most passionate pro wrestler” in the industry, adding that she never wanted to be champion.