Asuka is known throughout the world for her pro wrestling skills, and she raked up ton of championships in the process. That being said, she may not be a flawless driver.

Asuka unintentionally collided her car with another WWE talent’s vehicle as she was leaving the Allstate Arena after the Survivor Series premium live event this past weekend. The individual whose car she struck was a mystery, but then the stepped forward to reveal themselves to the WWE Universe.

Asuka participated in the Women’s WarGames match at Survivor Series on Saturday night, joining her Damage CTRL teammates in a battle against Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair, and Shotzi. While Damage CTRL did not emerge victorious, the night held further events for the Empress Of Tomorrow. After the night was over, she had a bit of a fender bender.

As Asuka was departing the arena in her car, she was surrounded by fans seeking her attention. She became consumed by fans that her vehicle made contact with the one in front of her.


The affected car belonged to Daphanie LaShaunn, a referee in the company, who took to her social media platform to inform the WWE Universe about the incident. She didn’t seem upset about things, but she did come forward to reveal that it was her car that was hit.

Fun fact: that was my car”

We’re hoping that there wasn’t much damage to Daphanie LaShaunn’s car. It doesn’t seem like Asuka was traveling at any high rate of speed that would cause any kind of extreme damage. That being said, it appears that Daphanie wasn’t ready for Asuka.

We will have to see if Asuka comes forward to comment on this, or whether she paid to have Daphanie LaShaunn’s car fixed. Either way, it appears that nobody is incredibly upset over the situation.

Are fans to blame for Asuka hitting this car? Let us know what you think should be done about this in the comments section!

Felix Upton

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