Madusa and Missy Hyatt tweet about abuse and use of H-bombs back in their days

Jun 21, 2020 - by Colin Vassallo

The inappropriate behavior and sometimes sick behind-the-scenes culture in the world of professional wrestling did not start over the past couple of years but has been going on for decades.

Two legendary women in this business, Missy Hyatt and Madusa, weighed in on the recent #SpeakingOut movement, sharing a couple of horrible stories from their glory days.

“How about h-bombing women for laughs?” wrote Hyatt. “I remember being h-bombed and almost passing out at the wheel of the car.” H-bomb is Halcion, a central nervous system depressant tranquilizer that is often used to treat insomnia and a drug that was often abused back in the day.

“I remember 1 indy valet that got h-bombed and almost got raped by a so called born again wrestler when the intention of the rib was originally to just shave her eyebrows,” Hyatt continued.

Madusa, the former WWE Superstar known as Alundra Blayze, also shared a similar H-bomb story herself. “I remember coming out of my hotel room and seeing a naked girl with her eyebrows shaved only with cowboy boots on passed the f*ck out,” she replied to Hyatt’s tweet.

“I reported it to the front desk and asked to call the cops. Let’s just say SOME male WRESTLERS thought it was cute to H-bomb or sh*t in food.”

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