Speaking through her official Twitter account, Women Superstars Uncensored original Alicia, who was also the company’s first WSU Champion noted that she has severed ties with the company (which is now under the Beyond Wrestling ownership) and that the company is in decline when they used to run 15+ shows a year and now run very little shows per year and have pulled the plug on internet pay-per-view events.

Alicia also noted that Rain, Brittney Savage and Leva Bates have also joined her in deciding to sever ties with the current direction of the company.

“If you know me..you know i’m not afraid to say what I think. And on this issue i’ve been quiet for too long….. Funny how companies I gave blood, sweat, and tears for go under new management and all of a sudden the promoters don’t know how to act. Since 2007 I was ride or die for WSU.. First ever WSU champion, The first woman to hold every championship, Wrestling 7 times in 100 degrees. And I did every single thing for my love of the company and it’s fans. WSU was at the top of it’s game, bringing the best talent in from all over the country and putting on one hell of a show. Now look at it.. Less than 6 months after it’s been sold WSU goes from top female talent with 15+ shows a year to TWO intergender shows with 1/2 the roster. No more iPPV because they can’t work the “kinks” out? No more on the road? Getting rid of girls that charge more than $25? This is progress? I remember when WSU was a force now they run twice a year with no gimmick shows like an anniversary show or HOF. It makes me absolutely sick to my stomach how WSU has turned the corner and it is NOT from lack of effort from the girls (some of the best). It’s decline is completely based on a promoter that doesn’t understand what the WSU fans and wrestlers all loved. And it’s a damn shame. Get prepared for the unprofessional tweets from @WSUWrestling bashing me and anyone else who isn’t with their new “movement”. But I want each and every one of you to know I love and appreciate ALL of your support!!!!! WSU gave me the BEST fans in the whole world. It was an amazing run with WSU from 2007 – 2012 but i’m out.”

Alicia has been retweeting and responding to comments both positive and negative on her Twitter. You can keep up with her at twitter.com/AliciaDidIt.