In the crazy world of pro wrestling, we have heard some people make some truly ludicrous claims. However, Sexy Star might take home the prize for the most ridiculous after she revealed during her appearance on the Roman Show that she belives her winning the Lucha Underground Championship actually inspired WWE’s Women’s Evolution.
Sexy Star (real name Dulce Garcia) said that her title win in 2016 “inspired [WWE] to act”:
“WWE took notice. I am proud that they gave me that opportunity as a woman, as a Mexican and as a warrior. I felt they (WWE) found out that that had a big buzz all over the world. I think it inspired them to act.”
Garcia was also asked about her interest in working for WWE, and had the following to say on the matter, even suggesting a possible opponent:
“I would love to join WWE, I am open. As a Mexican, I know WWE has a different type of wrestling. It is the number one. I think it would be the only thing missing for me. I would love to… Can you imagine me versus Ronda Rousey in the WWE”.
Although Sexy Star clearly values herself highly, it is clear that many others in the wrestling world strongly disagree. Shane “The Hurricane” Helms even comically said that if Star ‘inspired’ the women’s evolution, then Hornswoggle must have inspired 205 Live.
Much like Hornswoggle inspired 205Live. https://t.co/sF8QpvEfvT
— Hurricane Helms (@ShaneHelmsCom) April 14, 2019
The reaction to Star’s ridiculous claims continued as NWA World Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis, whose wife is WWE superstar Mickie James, responded to Star’s remarks by saying that he actually invented wrestling.
Yes and I don't like to talk about it but I actually invented wrestling. https://t.co/T1FevxCbNn
— Nick Aldis (@RealNickAldis) April 14, 2019
However, Sexy Star is not alone in making some truly ridiclous remarks. WWE Hall of Famer “Superstar” Billy Graham ‘advised’ Kofi Kingston just last week to start “doing steroids”, something that Kofi has responded to.