Top Dolla’s Threat to Confront Jim Cornette Met with a Response from Cornette

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AJ “Top Dolla” Francis says he’ll “handle” Jim Cornette when he sees him.

Taking to Twitter earlier this week, the former Hit Row member shot down speculation that Michael Hayes took shots at him during his time in WWE.

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Francis previously revealed that a “60 year old documented racist called me fat, a whale, a manatee & worthless on his show for like a year straight and nobody batted an eye.” While this led to some speculation that the person he was referring to was Michael Hayes, it actually turned out to be Jim Cornette. Francis wrote,

“I heard the stories about Michael Hayes before I got to WWE just like everybody else but let me tell you in my personal dealings with Michael, he was one of the nicest people and he always showed my matches love, especially when we did house shows. I have no beef with Michael.”

This led to Jim Cornette chiming in, writing:

“I’m 62, Flopper, get your facts straight. How can having an aversion to marine life that tries to wrestle be termed racist? I don’t think whales and manatees are ALL bad, just the lousy workers. If your swimming is half as bad as your wrestling, you could be HUGE at Sea World.”

Francis would later confirm that he was specifically referencing Cornette’s release from the National Wrestling Alliance back in 2019.

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AJ “Top Dolla” Francis recently took to Twitter to address speculation that Michael Hayes had taken shots at him during his time in WWE. Francis clarified that while he had heard stories about Hayes before joining WWE, his personal dealings with Hayes were positive, and he had no issues with him.

However, Francis did reveal that a “60-year-old documented racist” had called him names like fat, a whale, a manatee, and worthless on his show for a year straight. This comment sparked speculation that Francis was referring to Michael Hayes, but he clarified that it was actually Jim Cornette.

Cornette responded to Francis’s tweet, stating that he was 62 years old and questioning how having an aversion to marine life that tries to wrestle could be termed racist. He added that he didn’t think whales and manatees were all bad, just the lousy workers.

Francis later confirmed that he was specifically referencing Cornette’s release from the National Wrestling Alliance in 2019. This exchange between Francis and Cornette has created buzz among wrestling fans and has led to anticipation for a potential confrontation between the two.

While it remains to be seen if Francis and Cornette will cross paths in person, Francis made it clear that he intends to “handle” Cornette when he sees him. This statement has generated further interest in the ongoing feud between the two wrestlers.

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In conclusion, AJ “Top Dolla” Francis’s recent comments about Jim Cornette have sparked controversy and anticipation among wrestling fans. The ongoing feud between the two wrestlers has generated significant interest, and fans are eagerly awaiting any developments in this story.