Former WWE Superstar Dana Brooke was released from the company in September of last year. After a period of waiting, she made a surprising appearance at TNA Hard to Kill, marking her debut for the promotion. She’s already made a statement in the company but got involved in drama after she called out Tiffany Stratton over stealing her moves. Ash is now surprised fans took what she said seriously.

Ash by Elegance has captivated the wrestling audience with her recent transformation and introduction of a completely new gimmick. Not only has she dazzled fans with her impressive in-ring skills, but her stunning appearance has also left audiences mesmerized.

Recently, Ash by Elegance leveled accusations against the current rising star of WWE SmackDown, Tiffany Stratton, claiming that she tends to steal moves and gimmicks from other wrestlers, dubbing her as a “knock-off Barbie.”

This led to a fan backlash online and this prompted Ash by Elegance to take to Twitter and clarify her comments, stating that she was just portraying a character and couldn’t believe people took everything so seriously.


Y’all r ruthless! It’s called CHARACTER! But clearly everything is taken so seriously! If U know “Ash by Elegance” U would know she is self centered- if U know ME, personally, U know I give mad props 2 Tiff for all her work & what she’s accomplished! Sad I have to explain this!

As Tiffany Stratton’s fans react to Ash by Elegance, anticipation brews over whether the former WWE NXT Women’s Champion will address the comments made by the TNA star.

Do you feel people take everything too seriously online? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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