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Big Swole and Cedric Alexander respond after a fan uses his daughter in a nasty prank

Professional wrestlers are in the public eye, but some fans mistakenly think their children are fodder for humor. This is not the case, especially with Big Swole.

A fan account tweeted a photo of Ronda Rousey pointing at the Royal Rumble sign. The subtitle of this meme read: “Heard Big Swole’s daughter is back watching WWE because someone who looks like her won the Rumble.”

It didn’t take long for Big Swole to see this. She had a pretty furious response.

F * CK. UDS.

Honestly, taking something like this and putting my daughter in this context is clownish behavior.

You can say what you want about me, but children are off limits. What the hell is wrong with you?

Cedric Alexander, who is married to Big Swole, also had to make a statement about it. He made it clear that his daughter is not a joke. That said, this was a statement that Alexander never thought he needed to say.

I feel like I shouldn’t have to say this, but here we go. I will not tolerate my daughter being raised on this bird app. As a professional wrestler, I expect people to have opinions about my performances or what I say in promos or interviews, but My daughter is not a joke that you can use on the internet to make yourself look cool. Have a little respect and grow like a demon.

The fans are totally behind Big Swole and Cedric Alexander on this one. The tweet was deleted, but a screenshot lives on forever. Big Swole made sure that big guy tweeted.

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