Shotzi deactivates Twitter

Jul 5, 2022 - by Marc Middleton

Photo Credit: WWE

Shotzi has left Twitter, at least for the time being.

We noted on Monday how Shotzi issued a statement in response to fan feedback on her slip during the Women’s MITB Ladder Match at Saturday’s WWE Money In the Bank event. She noted that the criticism brought her to tears at one point. You can click here for Shotzi’s full statement, along with the response from Alexa Bliss.

In an update, Shotzi deactivated her Twitter account some time in the last 18 hours or so.

Shotzi’s Twitter account at @ShotziWWE now says, “This account doesn’t exist. Try searching for another.”

Shotzi’s Instagram account is still live as of this writing, and she has been active on her Instagram Stories in the last 24 hours, but she doesn’t use Instagram as often as Twitter it appears.

There’s no word yet on if Shotzi will be booked for this week’s SmackDown, but we will keep you updated.

9 Responses

  1. Gerry says:

    In all fairness she really was terrible on Saturday.. and she should use this criticism to better herself in the ring

  2. Joseph says:

    It depends on the criticism. I haven’t read anything personally but knowing Twitter, and the way people act on Twitter, I can assume that a lot of it was just them attacking her.

  3. Uncle Jasper says:

    Why be fair? She was terrible on Saturday, and honestly has zero talent. She deserves the criticism she is getting.

  4. Disgruntled Jobber says:

    Fans on twitter are toxic as hell.

  5. TrollBuster says:

    And since when are insults criticism?
    Damn SOB, you should jump off a cliff. What? That was just criticism!

    You see what I did there?

    It’s like Joseph said. Many people on social media really think attacking, insulting, even threatening people is criticism…

    This remembers me of some random guy on YT who said he’d like to kill me for my in his opinion bad videos. Then insert some random insults against my mother who should have aborted me in his opinion.
    I told him I press charges against him for his death threats. His answer was “Oh you can’t handle criticism!”
    That’s not criticism, that’s being a big douche.

  6. Brad says:

    The worst part of this that she deleted her Twitter account because of this. And while I understand why she did it, she let the trolls know that they got to her, which is exactally what they wanted.

  7. Luke says:

    @Brad
    Bang! Right on the money. And by showing them she cares she’s making them stronger, she’s showing them they can actually make an impact in their meaningless lives. I don’t get either side, it’s the stupid and weak vs. the stupid, weak, and mean.

  8. mth says:

    Wrestling “fans” can be the absolute worst. It’s a shame that her spots got bungled at MITB but why people can’t react to that with empathy instead of being jerks, I don’t know. These folks throw their bodies on the line to entertain and can’t even get a “thanks for trying, at least”. Fine if she’s not your cup of tea, but anyone saying she has “zero talent” is not paying attention, doesn’t know what talent is, or is just lying. I can’t blame her for deactivating.

  9. Bob says:

    Wrestlers are paid to entertain fans if they can’t handle verbal attacks maybe the should do something else

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