Lacey Evans Blasts WWE Hall Of Famer: ‘He Can Kiss My Ass’

Earlier this year, Lacey Evans landed in some hot water with WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter and his family when she returned to the company with a new look reminiscent of Slaughter on top of adopting his Cobra Clutch finisher. Now, following her exit from the company back in August, Evans didn’t hold back in giving her side of the story.

Speaking on Insight With Chris Van Vilet, the former WWE star blasted both Slaughter and his daughter as “weak” and claimed that she was simply doing what she was told to do by the company. She went on to say that neither Slaughter nor his family approached her to have a proper conversation about the incident.

“I think they’re frickin weak. Remember that weak word we just talked about? No disrespect to Hall of Famers in WWE that have paved the way, he can kiss my ass and his daughter can too. So record that, have a good day… I don’t know where the hell that came from. They know the game. You go to work, you get told this is what you’re doing. A lot of people don’t know what was said and what was done and how they discussed it with him, that is none of my damn concern.

“You have a rank structure in WWE, when you’re a performer you’re down here. Whatever goes above your head, I’m not gonna cry about it. You tell me what the f-ck you need, you tell me what time the bell rings and I’ll do whatever it is because I got family to feed, a husband to love. I say that with conviction because I made sure I was in shape, I made sure I could do the flippy flops, the drop-downs, I made sure to create the character.

“They told me, ‘you’re gonna go out, you’re gonna do the Cobra Clutch and he’s gonna come in and help.’ Then whatever happened happened, next thing you know he’s not out here, I’m still doing the Cobra Clutch. But don’t get mad at me because I’m doing my job. Let’s have that conversation, right? At no point was that conversation ever had and whoever his daughter is… that was wild.

It didn’t really ruffle my feathers, I thought it was funny, bless their f-cking hearts. But I didn’t lose no sleep over it. My family still got fed, I still did what I f-cking needed to do and I just hope they keep that same energy, that kayfabe energy, when they see me because I don’t do shit like that.”

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