WWE fans are very passionate about pro wrestling, and sometimes that can go over the line. Sadly, Sonya Deville went through a stalker nightmare, and even Ryback has his share of problems with unruly fans. Now, Summer Rae has decided to address the subject.

Summer Rae left WWE in October 2017. She suffered injuries, and her time in the ring was over, so they left her go on to new ventures. That being said, fans didn’t forget about her.

While speaking to Chris Van Vliet, Summer Rae spoke about some of the weird DMs she has received from fans. They are certainly eager to send her a message, and she’s seen her fair share of love from fans in every type of way.

It’s a lot of selfies, like men don’t know how to take selfies for some reason, it’s like double-chinned selfies. I share selfies in my DMs with women and it’s not even fans, it’s our boyfriends who don’t know how to take selfies.


With the fans, the only ones that worry me are the ones who are like sending me something every day for, like, six years, because that’s a lot of commitment. Even if it’s not threatening or sexual, it’s still like, ‘I’m gonna leave that for the FBI in case they need it some day.’ My DMs are not really that exciting. It’s nobody asking me out on dates, it’s like wrestling fans.

It’s like ‘come back to wrestling’ or ‘I’m your biggest fan in India.'”

Summer Rae then admitted that she does have a few DMs from fans who want to compliment her on her nice feet. It takes all kinds, especially in Summer Rae’s DMs.

In the end, Summer Rae seems very adjusted, and she’s also very used to the attention. Only time will tell what’s next for her at this point, but she is really having a lot of fun in this current stage in her life.

What’s your take on Summer Rae’s DMs? How interesting do you think they are? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you’re thinking!

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