Battle Cat: LuFisto Wages Twitter War with Saraya Knight

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What started as a seemingly innocuous show announcement seemed to spark some real-life fires. On February 13th, it was announced Saraya Knight being unable to appear at Blackcraft Wrestling’s show The Ritual. The show is set for February 23rd and is a co-promoted event with Destiny World Wrestling. Saraya was to defend her Blackcraft Women’s Championship against Shotzi Blackheart. She is unavailable to appear due to the United Kingdom premiere of Fighting with My Family. The film is based on Saraya’s daughter Paige and her journey to the WWE. No big deal, right?

LuFisto Wages Twitter War with Saraya Knight

Well to LuFisto, it was a big deal. In her first of a series of tweets, she expressed her disappointment in Saraya. LuFisto believes that a champion should always be there to defend her championship.

Saraya responded by saying no one was interested in her and that LuFisto would love to switch places with her. This earned another searing Twitter shot from The Wounded Owl Ronin.

Any wayward mentions of one’s children will draw anyone’s ire, Saraya is no different. Her response was cooling to that fire.

Here is where the rubber really meets the road, as LuFisto calls out Saraya and maybe challenges her?

Saraya was clearly losing her patience with these continued digs on social media.

Of course, LuFisto laughed off the accusations of trying to get noticed but delivered one final message to the matriarch of the Knight family.

Things have subsided for now, as of this writing. We’ll have to wait to see if this develops into a wrestling match between two grizzled and embattled veterans. As is, of course, the case with social media, many have chimed in for and against both women. Paige fans, of course, defend her mother, and question who LuFisto is at all. Both LuFisto and Saraya have interesting responses to fans in this situation. Despite the spiked words, it’s clear the two wrestlers still have some respect for each other and their wrestling careers.

A week removed from another Twitter argument that seemed to blur the lines whether it was legitimate gripes or setting up a match, it aired similar grievances to that of Austin Aries and Sami Callihan. If a match between these women were to come to fruition, we would be in for a real treat. Perhaps for Saraya’s Blackcraft Women’s Championship?

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