Bayley Hilariously Responds To Fans After ‘Dakota Sky’ Botch On WWE Raw

Bayley Hilariously Responds To Fans After ‘Dakota Sky’ Botch On WWE Raw WWE

‘Dakota Sky’ is trending after the opening segment of last night’s August 8 edition of WWE Raw, and Bayley has taken to Twitter to respond.

The show opened with the new trio of Bayley, Dakota Kai and IYO SKY (formerly Io Shirai) heading to the ring with Bayley addressing the audience.

After calling the fans in attendance stupid idiots, Bayley then proceeded to hype up her new teammates, but got a little tongue-tied due to the similarities between the names, accidentally calling Dakota Kai, “Dakota Sky”.

The crowd immediately got on her back and Bayley did acknowledge the mistake, but obviously it’s become the subject of some light-hearted jokes in the time since it happened.

Bayley posted a photo on Twitter of the trio with the caption “The sky’s the limit”, which prompted many fans to comment something along the lines of: “LOL DON’T YOU MEAN DAKOTA SKY’S THE LIMIT LOL I’M WELL FUNNY I BET I’M THE ONLY PERSON TO MAKE THIS JOKE”.

Here’s a collection of Bayley’s various responses to some of those replies:

Shut up!!!!!!!!!!!!

shut up!!!!!!


I’ve been away from a LIVE CROWD for 2 1/2 years & I stumble cause their cheers startled me & this is what I get?!??

Fortunately, it’s all in good fun, and honestly this kind of thing is just another reason to be thankful that Bayley is back on our screens.

She’ll be back in the ring soon too, as on September 3 at Clash at the Castle in Cardiff, the Bayley, Kai and Sky trio will take on Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss and Asuka in a six-woman tag match.

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2 years ago by Liam Winnard


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