“What Vince McMahon Did With You Was Bad”- Twitter Reacts As Bayley Shares A Disappointing WWE Statistic

Bayley recently pointed out how she has not competed on a single WWE WrestleMania event since 2020. The leader of Damage CTRL missed the previous edition of the mega event because of an injury. Before that, WWE did not book her in any storylines for the Showcase of Immortals despite the fact that she was the longest reigning SmackDown Women’s Champion in 2019/20.

Vince McMahon booked Bayley in a segment with The Bella Twins, where Nikki and Brie beat her down the WrestleMania 37 stage. Even at the Showcase of Immortals in 2020, she had defended her SmackDown Women’s Championship against five other women behind closed doors at the WWE Performance Center.

So, the last time Bayley performed at a WrestleMania in front of fans was back in 2019, where she and Sasha Banks lost their WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships to The IIconics in a fatal-four way. The leader of Damage CTRL wrote on Twitter that she wants to make it to the WrestleMania 39 any way possible. Here’s what she tweeted:

“I haven’t competed in the last two Wrestlemanias. Last year, I had no control of due to injury. But I will never forget the feeling of not having a match on WM 37, and I will never let that happen again. I’m going to Hollywood one way or another!!!!!!!!!!”
Reacting to her fans on Twitter suggested match ideas for her and also mentioned that Vince McMahon did not treat her well in 2021.





What is the win-loss record of Bayley at WWE WrestleMania?

Although the leader of Damage CTRL has not had a WrestleMania match since 2020, she holds an incredible record at the Showcase of Immortals. She is the only Superstar to have successfully defended both RAW and SmackDown Women’s Championships on the show.

Overall, her win-loss record stands at 2-1 in championship matches. She also finished runners-up in the WrestleMania 34 Women’s Battle Royal.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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