The IIconics Comments on the Rumored Sasha and Bayley “Tantrum” Incident at WrestleMania 35
British newspaper Express held a recent interview with The IIconics’ Peyton Royce and Billie Kay discussing the rumored “tantrum” incident involving Sasha Banks and Bayley backstage at WrestleMania 35.
Royce – “Immediately after the match we were all in tears, all crying. Just filled with emotion, we got pictures together which we then posted on our Instagram. I mean, I know there’s all these rumors going around and we didn’t see anything.”
Kay – “We had a great experience with them and it holds a really special place in our hearts. You can find the [pictures], we’re all embracing each other.”
More on Killer Kross’ Release Request from Impact Wrestling; Impact’s Pay Raise Offer Amount
As noted before, Killer Kross reportedly requested his release from Impact Wrestling last week due to issues regarding his pay and the direction of his career in the company.
Wrestlezone reported that Kross’ pay raise request was for an amount similar to some of the company’s top stars, who are reportedly earning in the six-figure range for salaries.
It was also reported that Impact’s counter offer was for around half of what Kross requested and was lower than a NXT entry level contract, which are typically around $45,000 per year.
Misc. Wrestling News & Notes
This year’s Dominion event for New Japan Pro Wrestling reportedly reached sold out status after only three days of tickets being on sale, according to the company (via r/NJPW).
Bellator reportedly have held recent talks with WWE’s Jack Gallagher in regards to a potential MMA contract with the company, according to the Wrestling Observer.
Last week’s ROH-NJPW War of the Worlds 2019 tour reportedly drew lower than expected crowds, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Dave Meltzer reported that the May 8th show in Buffalo drew around 600 people, the May 9th show in Toronto drew around 1,000 and less than the 1,500 ROH had expected, and the May 11th show in Grand Rapids drew 700. Meltzer also reported that the May 12th show in Chicago drew 900 and was way lower than what Major League Wrestling drew for their recent events in the city.