Wrestling is an over the top industry that is built around the idea of people doing things that you would never see anyone do otherwise. It might not make sense in the real world but it makes sense here, and that is the kind of thing that has an appeal to fans. At the same time, the wrestlers go through all kinds of things that others go through every day, and now one is talking about a very serious incident.
NXT star Amari Miller posted a video to TikTok seemingly revealing that she attempted to end her life one week ago. Miller also posted a message to her TikTok, talking about the struggles of mental health and sharing her story because she wanted people to know they are not alone. Miller debuted in NXT in June 2021 and has been a semi-regular on NXT LVL Up. WWE has not commented on the situation. Here is Miller’s full message, courtesy of SportSKeeda.com:
“Everything isn’t what it seems, mental health is hard, we should all speak out even though I know it’s hard, you are loved, fight through with me plz!?? I show this not for sympathy but to relate and know that you are not alone and I’m here for anyone that needs a ear to listen!???? #mentalhealth #blessed #fyp #stayalive #pushthrough #positivity.”
Here is Miller’s video announcing her suicide attempt:
Opinion: What matters most here is that Miller is still alive and her attempt didn’t work. It also seems that she knows she needs help and is attempting to get it, which is an important step. This is the kind of thing that blows wrestling out of the water and Miller needs to get all of this under control before she continues her wrestling career. It doesn’t get much more serious than this and thankfully things didn’t go much, much worse.
The Suicide and Crisis Lifeline text number in the United States is 988 and their website is available at 988lifeline.org.
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