Asuka won the 2023 Women’s Elimination Chamber match and punched her ticket to WrestleMania 39. She will battle Bianca Belair at WrestleMania Sunday for the RAW Women’s Championship, but it seems that the Empress of Tomorrow started her day off by getting rid of some bad vibes on her timeline.

Some fans are really excited to see Bianca Belair and Asuka throw down at SoFi Stadium. Others are not so thrilled with the match, and that can lead to hateful tweets. Asuka has seen enough of them to know that something needed to be done.

Asuka tweeted out on the morning before her big WrestleMania match to say that she’s going to start cleaning house in a virtual sense. She made it very clear that the “block festival” is starting right now.

block festival now


One fan tweeted back to say, “or block yourself and go back to Japan.” It’s unclear whether Asuka blocked that Twitter user, but she did quote retweet his message along with a question to ask her fans, “What do you all think of such people?”

Asuka then tweeted out to let fans know that it doesn’t matter whether they’re hateful toward Bianca Belair or herself, the block party is still on. She also made it very clear how dangerous some of those mean tweets can be.

Are the people who are being aggressive towards me fans of Bianca? Or do they just hate me? Either way, it’s dangerous

It seems that Asuka’s new persona in WWE brought along a bit of an attitude change as well. She is not going to take any kind of harassment from fans anymore, and that starts at WrestleMania.

What’s your take on Asuka’s block party before WrestleMania? What does it take for you to block someone on Twitter? Sound off in the comments!

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