Apologies for the offenses against Lince Dorado



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Apologies for the offenses against Lince Dorado

Yesterday we let you know that Cody Silagyi, father of the famous Izzy, super fan of Bayley that Sasha Banks had managed to make cry at the time of NXT, had made this ironic and offensive tweet towards the luchador: "@LuchadorLD Good luck for the your future activities " All this for a tweet that Dorado had written in 2018 worried about little Izzy that she suffered a chokeslam at a live event, when she was 12/13 years old, therefore very young.

The same concern also expressed by Nash Carter of MSK. After unleashing a fuss, which led wrestling fans to rightly defend the Puerto Rico wrestler, Izzy's father wanted to release a statement on the tweet a few hours earlier.

WWE Superstar Lince Dorado recently tweeted out his appreciation for colleagues Charlotte Flair and Bayley for helping him out during tough times. The Puerto Rican star signed with WWE in 2016 in the cruiserweight division.

In early 2018, Dorado was paired alongside fellow luchadors, Gran Metalik and Kalisto to form the stable, Lucha House Party.

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Lince Dorado had posted screenshots of the tweet, which someone had probably passed to him because he was blocked by the man, with the words: "Don't worry friend.

I see you. @Cody_Starbuck soon. I will be at the #silverspursarena today at 4 after my race. Come and let's talk. Shall we talk or what? " Feeling almost threatened, Cody Silagyi then replied: "Lynx, there's no need to talk because I've really said too much already.

I'm man enough to admit when I'm wrong. I sincerely apologize for my numb tweet on Thursday. Deleting the tweet does not. that's enough. I owe you a direct apology. Also I recognize and respect what you are going through professionally right now.

I never should have been so rude. Again, I truly apologize for my actions. You are a talented fighter I know you will continue to thrive in the world of prowrestling. I want you to know that I sincerely wish you and your family all the best.

#excuses" Then he deactivated his account, probably because he was overwhelmed by tweets from fans who defended the luchador, who then wrote on his profile: "Nobody showed up." Shortly after, however, he shared a beautiful photo on social media after winning a medal in Jiu-Jitsu. Obviously we wish Lince Dorado all the best for the future, but we really, not pretend.