WOW Talent Fired After Speaking Out Amidst Tonga Twins Fiasco

The departure of the Tonga Twins, Kaoz and Kona, from Women of Wrestling has sparked considerable controversy after they announced their exit on social media. Allegations of bullying and harm towards other WOW wrestlers accompanied their departure, igniting a public debate surrounding the company’s culture. Adding to the tumult, another WOW talent has announced their departure today.

In their social media posts, the Twins did not mince words, describing the WOW promotion as “evil” and accusing it of interfering with their family life. However, they refrained from providing specific details, promising to share more in the future.

“We will be speaking out soon. But for now, we will leave it here. To all the women who are scared to speak up, we stand for you! You will no longer see us on WOW because we spoke up! You can’t do this to GOOD PEOPLE WHO SACRIFICE THEIR FAMILY!!! So Evil. Mess with us, you mess with our KIDS and family and that’s PERSONAL. Wait on it …”

“Tonga Twins are now free agents!!!!! The marathon continues”



Following suit, Kelsey Lynn, also known as Vickie Lynn McCoy, announced her departure from WOW via Twitter. She echoed sentiments akin to Kona and Kaoz, suggesting that speaking up results in being let go.

”I wanted everyone to know I am no longer with WOW

Speaking up = Released

Especially after what happened to the @tongatwins , I can no longer be silent. But NOW….. #f***wow Exploitation does not = empowerment”

However, current WOW talent Simone Williams accused the Twins of bullying and causing harm to fellow WOW wrestlers. The Twins then provided video evidence in defense of themselves against the accusations of bullying.

It has become evident that significant turmoil is brewing behind the scenes at WOW. Whether more talent will come forward with their stories remains to be seen.

What do you make of the recent departures from Women of Wrestling (WOW) and the allegations swirling around the company? Share your thoughts on the situation and what you think it means for the future of WOW in the comments below.

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