WWE Hall Of Famer Disputes Nick Aldis’ Claims About The NWA Being ‘Toxic’

WWE Hall Of Famer Disputes Nick Aldis’ Claims About The NWA Being ‘Toxic’ NWA

WWE Hall of Famer Madusa has hit back at former NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis’ claims that NWA is a toxic work environment.

Aldis recently caused waves when he called out NWA as a “toxic brand” in professional wrestling on his subscription-only Instagram account.

Aldis gave his notice to NWA via social media on November 6. Shortly after this, the company suspended Aldis, pulling him from from their pay-per-view NWA Hard Times 3, which prompted the criticism.

Now former WWE star Madusa, also known as Alundra Blayze, has responded to Aldis’ remarks on her new series Trash Talk With Madusa:

“The one thing that Nick forgot, I feel, is that it wasn’t his company. If there was some animosity between [Corgan and Aldis], it should be kept personal.

“I feel airing your dirty laundry out in public when you have a real, deep, personal thing — or belittling something, I’ve learned in the past myself, is not the place to do; it’s not.

“Especially nowadays, this time, today, is that if I were somebody in another federation, I definitely would be taking note in how he handled this publicly.

“‘Would he do this to me? Would he do this to my company?’

“I’m not saying he was right or wrong about his feelings and his right; he has every right and his feelings are correct however it is, but, the narrative to push that and just absolutely call it toxic and stuff — this is where I’ll stop — I’m there and I don’t see it toxic. I don’t; it’s not toxic. I wouldn’t be there.”

Madusa is perhaps most famous for appearing on an early edition of WCW Nitro with the WWF Women’s belt, and throwing it in the trash as a shot at her former employer.

Transcription courtesy of WrestlingInc.

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