It was confirmed on April 3 by that three-time Divas Champion AJ Lee would be retiring as an in-ring competitor from the company.

WWE and NXT talent Alex Riley recently took to his Twitter account to make what appears to be a subtle shot at AJ:

This is in reference to AJ getting a tattoo of the date she won her first Divas title on her neck.

The backlash to the tweet from members of the WWE Universe has been huge, as you can see from the following responses:

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AJ definitely has her supporters within the company, though, as the Bella Twins and Cameron both had kind words to say following her departure:

Editor’s Note

It seems petty on Riley’s part to make such a comment about AJ, arguably one of the most popular and successful Divas of all-time. Bad timing, my friend. He was asking for it.


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