Former WWE star criticizes AEW's Britt Baker for negative social media comments

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Former WWE and ECW star Tommy Dreamer has criticized AEW’s Britt Baker and her recent comments on social media.

The former AEW Women’s Champion recently called attention to the fact that she has had no live promo time on AEW Dynamite this year.
She compared herself to MJF and Christian Cage, top male stars who had lengthy promo segments on this week’s edition of Dynamite.

Speaking on Busted Open, Tommy Dreamer argued that if Baker’s criticism is real, she could be contributing to ‘disruptiveness’ within AEW:
“I don’t think AEW needs any negative. As of today, this is deemed a negative up until (if) this is the reveal. If this is the reveal then, we all got got.
“If it’s not, then it needs to be handled, and if it’s not handled, there will be more disruptiveness.

“There’s people who complained online about stuff in WWE, they were let go. There were, if I would say, hey, you don’t understand what this person went through, I did because I lived it through him, and it was The Miz.
“The Miz was put through hell. A different locker room, he was ostracized, you weren’t allowed to speak, it was made horrible for that young man. I like Miz, Miz is my friend.
“From that, Miz has outlasted everybody. Did Miz go out on social media and say, ‘I’m dressing in a broom closet’? Miz ate it and then continued his hard work and whatever little, stupid spots he’s given, he got it over. And he’s been there forever.”

By “the reveal” Dreamer was referring to the reveal of AEW’s ‘devil’ and its associates.
Baker, Jack Perry and Sammy Guevara all recently liked the same social media post criticizing MJF and saying he’s “destroyed the feeling of AEW”.
Next week, MJF and Samoa Joe team up against two of the devil’s masked mystery associates.
Baker last competed on the September 16 edition of Collision, unsuccessfully challenging for Kris Statlander’s AEW TBS Championship.


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