Another Bill DeMott Bullying Story Comes To Light; Indie Women’s Wrestler Says She Saw DeMott Bully A Talent

– Just days after the likes of EC3, Trent Baretta, Briley Pierce, Judas Devil and several others spoke out about Bill Demott’s bullying tactics and racial and sexual slurs, another name has shared a story.

Pro wrestler Terra Callaway shared a story on her Twitter account about DeMott harassing a wrestler of middle eastern descent while at a seminar years ago.

A transcript of Callaway’s tweets, compiled by Reddit user CrystalFissure is below:

“As someone who has been bullied my entire childhood and even more so now as an adult, I stand behind those who do something about it.

At a training seminar, where students paid $100 a person to be in the ring & learn, I witnessed DeMott call a Middle Eastern trainee “Aladdin”, “terrorist”, and “fat f-ck” multiple times. During a bump drill that was nowhere near safe for a green trainee to be doing, he just embarrassed and humiliated him. When anyone else did the drill correctly, he’d turn to this guy and just bash him. When I did the drill, he said “Look, even the girl can bump better than the terrorist!”. This continued to the end of the session where he told everyone good job, except this guy, and told him to “f-cking quit and go back to building bombs.” It was completely uncalled for and made everyone uncomfortable.

This guy spent his hard earned money to learn from someone, to get better only to be told to quit and have all these names and insults thrown at him. I have been, and continue to be bullied and I cannot just keep quiet when the world is finally trying to do something about it. To fix it. To save lives.

Even with me, he screamed at me from across the venue asking why I was not in the seminar. I arrived 30 min before it was scheduled to end and at the time did not have the funds. He continued to yell from across the venue at me as if I had done something wrong but I got in there for the last bit and did it without warming up, without stretching, just so I wouldn’t continue to be shouted at for no reason at all. It’s just sad that this is what people have come to. That’s all I have to say. This was all like 5-6 years ago, before I had ever stepped foot in a ring to wrestle. It was a long time ago, but some things never change.”

The 24-year old Callaway has wrestled professionally since 2010, including for LuchaPro and Vegas Championship Wrestling.