WWE’s decision to replace Cody Rhodes with The Rock in the Wrestlemania 40 match against Roman Reigns has generated significant backlash, even catching the attention of mainstream news outlets like TMZ.
Unfortunately, this controversy spilled over onto social media, leading to negative messages directed at The Rock’s daughter, Ava, who currently serves as the WWE NXT general manager.
In response to the situation, Ava took to Twitter to express her frustration and disappointment. She implored fans to refrain from involving her in this contentious matter, emphasizing that she was occupied with her responsibilities in running a WWE show. She also expressed her shock and dismay at receiving death threats over a situation with which she had no involvement.
“death threats over a situation i have nothing to do with … bffr”
Regrettably, the situation escalated to the point where Ava decided to deactivate her Twitter account, presumably to protect her mental well-being and distance herself from the online vitriol. It’s a stark reminder of the sometimes toxic nature of social media and the impact it can have on individuals, even when they are not directly connected to the issues at hand.
Do you think this “WWE fans” took things too far by targeting The Rock’s daughter over the booking of this year’s WrestleMania event? Let us know in the comments below.