In a short time in WWE, Nia Jax has already become a trailblazer of sorts. In a women's division that looks mostly the same (aside from hair color), Jax is an abandonment of the status quo. As a bigger athlete, Jax is a valuable anomaly.
She knows it too and likes to express her pride on social media from time to time. She did so yesterday on an Instagram post, however, Lana had a bone to pick:
For the girl who was told, "You're too big," "You don't look the part," or "You just don't fit. This isn't the right path for you," listen, maybe they're right! Maybe that path isn't right, that's why I'm cutting my OWN path in this industry, one that I am in control of. I'm not like most, so why should my path be? It's tough work, but well worth it! #NotLikeMost ?
Lana: “My life
Nia Jax: “
Nia Jax: “
Lana: “I never
Never known to avoid a verbal spat, here comes Alexa Bliss to the fray:
Alexa Bliss: “Oh good, you found my title! @niajaxwwe”
Nia Jax: Typical!!!! Two of the most attention seeking women in the WWE coming on my post and trying to make it about themselves ??? @thelanawwe@alexa_bliss_wwe_ ….
Lana: ” literally never making it about myself…. actually you come on my posts and always make it about yourself ! Interesting. But
Like most arguments, this devolved from a useful dialogue about a social issue (body shaming) into childish banter. Either way, it's good entertainment for us WWE fans.
Social media is a breeding ground for most wrestlers to have mini-feuds. It's a shame it didn't come earlier