One of the gorgeous WWE Divas of all-time, Maria Kanellis is having some me-time after getting released by the WWE, a couple of months ago. She had some spare time, lately while sitting at home and thus chose to make the most of it. Apparently, she had enough of seeing hate on her timeline from the fans and so she decided to throw a block party for 2,000 of those “fans”.
Maria Kanellis recently stated on Twitter that she was cleaning her timeline from all the negativity. Thus, she’s going to start blocking all the trolls, and it soon turned out that she wasn’t kidding. Just a couple of hours later, the ex-WWE superstar revealed that she just blocked/lost 2,000 followers on Twitter. This must have been a refreshing surge for the one who now claims to be a ‘nonessential wrestler’.
I’ve lost/blocked about 2,000 “fans” followers in the last couple weeks and guess what? I feel nothing. Hahaha!! I’m here for the positivity and the good people that are on here to be entertained, accepted, motivated!! #dontbeadick #nonessential #newp #sunshine
— MariaKanellisBennett (@MariaLKanellis) July 6, 2020
“I’ve lost/blocked about 2,000 “fans” followers in the last couple weeks and guess what? I feel nothing. Hahaha!! I’m here for the positivity and the good people that are on here to be entertained, accepted, motivated!! #dontbeadick #nonessential #newp #sunshine”
We hope this move will save Maria Kanellis from getting trolled or shamed for different reasons. Cyberbullying has become a big issue on the pro-wrestling circuit which needs to be addressed and the activities done by the former First Lady of WWE points out the same issue. Hopefully, her timeline will be much more positive from this point onwards and the filter of people won’t make her angry, anymore.
As of now, Maria Kanellis is patiently waiting to jump ship to a new promotion after leaving WWE. She recently dropped a post on Twitter indicating signing with a new promotion namely Impact Wrestling, NJPW, or Ring of Honor. Surprisingly though, AEW was not mentioned in her post.
Additionally, Maria Kanellis also revealed her frustration over how WWE fired her after giving birth to her second baby by writing the following on Twitter,
“Did you ever hear the one about the women that was released from WWE during a pandemic 8 weeks postpartum after being told having another baby wasn’t an issue…? #milkmoney #moreonthatlater #onlywrestlingcompanythatreleasedpeople #NonEssentialFamily”
At this point, Maria and her husband Mike Bennet’s WWE non-compete clauses expire on July 18th, the same day as Impact Wrestling’s Slammiversary event. They’re being rumored to show up on that event as they won’t have any legal bars of making appearances on Impact.