Dr. Britt Baker fires back at wrestler who claims he was underpaid and treated unprofessionally by AEW

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Earlier as we speak, unbiased wrestler Dylan Bostic made a declare on Twitter about his AEW pay when he was utilized in 2019 for the early Dynamite reveals.

Bostic says he was used for the primary AEW Dynamite present and his pay was reduce for the following reveals he was a part of. He additionally claimed that he was disrespected by backstage producers and handled like he shouldn’t have been there.

Bostic wrote, “In 2019 I used to be on the first ever AEW Taping in Washington DC. That night time I didn’t do something aside from hang around. I used to be paid $200. I used to be then on the tapings in Indianapolis and Champagne. In Indianapolis I walked Darby out in a physique bag on TV and I additionally let the entire extras barrow my garments to stroll Darby out so AEW wouldn’t need to exit and purchase everybody garments. In Champaign I needed to take a bunch of bumps earlier than the present. I used to be paid $80 for every night time Indianapolis and Champaign. They reduce the pay $120 for every night time with no warning or communication to me. In Champaign I used to be disrespected by two of the backstage producers and handled as if I shouldn’t be there. I don’t care concerning the cash I care extra concerning the lack of respect and professionalism. If I wasn’t invited to be there by somebody I actually respect and love as an individual I’d have caught up for myself however I felt like I couldn’t. You possibly can paint me out to be the dangerous man however I used to be the one which remained skilled despite the fact that my wages had been reduce 60% and I used to be handled like s**t. WHAT WOULD YOU DO?”

We don’t know if the claims by Bostic are legitimate or not however he has been getting warmth on Twitter for the timing of his tweet since everybody in AEW is mourning the lack of Brodie Lee. In his tweet, Bostic tagged Jim Cornette, actor Stelio Savante, and Huffington Publish columnist John White.

Dr. Britt Baker responded to Bostic’s tweet: “What a sick human to put up this (and tag the folks you probably did) as we speak. The wrestling world is mourning the lack of an incredible pal, husband, and father and your bitching about $120?If you happen to had been so involved about professionalism why did you present up in ripped denims and a tshirt?”

Bostic later deleted his tweet.

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