Saraya is one of the most beloved and well-respected female competitors in professional wrestling, as she put her body on the line numerous times and broke barriers. Even after her in-ring career was on hold for many years due to a neck injury, she never lost hope. While she is now in AEW, she still has many haters. Now it appears she clapped back at a fan in a heated exchange.

Saraya is currently one of the mainstays of AEW television and is regularly featured as a top heel on AEW Dynamite week in and week out. Even then, fans and peers alike respect Saraya for her accomplishments.

Saraya won the AEW Women’s Championship at AEW All In and it was joyous occasion for her. However, not everyone was happy as a fan took to Twitter and came at her for attacking Emi Sakura, stating that he rolled his eyes when she won the title.

At least Emi is capable of putting on an entertaining match. When you won the belt I rolled my eyes so hard that I nearly went blind


Saraya saw the fan’s tweet and responded to it, as she stated that she wished she was blind in order to not see the fan’s profile photo and then proceeded to call him ugly.

I wish I was blind so I didn’t have to see your profile picture

Nah not body shaming. Just saying he’s ugly. But buckle up because I can stoop lower.

Saraya will be defending her AEW Women’s Championship at AEW Grand Slam on August 20th against the winner of a fatal four-way match between Britt Baker, Hikaru Shida, Nyla Rose, and Toni Storm. We’ll have to wait and see who will challenge Saraya in the end.

What’s your opinion on Saraya’s hateful remarks? Are you enjoying her run as a heel and champion? Let us know in the comments!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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