Bayley has worked her entire career to earn the spot in WWE she presently enjoys. All that effort doesn’t seem to be paying off in the way that she would have liked at this point. Now, as leader of Damage CTRL, Bayley still can’t much love.

Bayley tweeted out a video of Damage CTRL mocking the fact that they were snubbed in WWE’s advertising for their last Madison Square Garden Show. This was in response to a tweet advertising WWE shows in the UK. Damage CTRL was also absent from that advertisement.

Along with that video from Madison Square Garden, Bayley wrote, “If you wanted to sell tickets, why didn’t you just ask.” Obviously, she spoke her piece on the matter, but it seems that people didn’t get the message.

Bayley logged back onto Twitter a short time later and tweeted out a line of frustration. Apparently, she’s being ignored, and given the fact that this is Monday, you never know what she could be referring to.



Dax Harwood had a little fun with that tweet, and he posted a reply of his own that included an old photo of the two from their NXT days. “I don’t see it,” Dax said along with the photo.

Bayley also tweeted out her own version of a UK tour schedule. This included a photo of a cat looking out a window. It’s possible that Damage CTRL was snubbed from this tour, but we have been unable to 100% confirm that at this time.

Keep checking back with Ringside News as we continue monitoring this ongoing issue. There could be a lot more to unpack here, with Bayley seemingly letting loose on Twitter today.

What’s your take on Bayley’s tweets? Does she deserve to be a bit upset about her booking? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

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