Former WWE Diva Hints at Return for Raw's 20th Anniversary Show
On her official Twitter account, former WWE Diva Debrah Miceli, more widely known as "Madusa" or "Alundra Blayze" to fans, has strongly hinted that she is due to make a return to WWE television soon, marking her first appearance for the promotion in almost 18 years.
Houston this saturday for monster jam and WWE Monday nite raw!— Madusa (@Madusa_rocks)
Next week's edition of Raw will be a special edition, with it being the 20th anniversary of the flagship program. As WrestlingInc recently noted, the company has been reaching out to legendary names of the past, like Miceli, in preparation for the milestone show.
Make no mistake about it: the company is going all out for this one. People can expect to see a wide variety of names from the past on the three-hour extravaganza.
Sure, Miceli may not be as well-known to fans as modern-day names like Trish Stratus, Rena "Sable" Lesnar or Amy "Lita" Dumas, but there can be little doubt that the former WWF Women's champion, who wrestled for the company between 1993 and 1995, holds a special place in wrestling history and deserves to be at the show.
Who can ever forget her dumping the actual WWF Women's Championship in the trash can during the Dec. 18 edition of Nitro back in 1995? Indeed, this infamous incident is widely hailed as one of the major starting points of the Monday Night Wars.
Following WCW's demise in 2001, relations between Miceli and WWE were practically nonexistent, likely stemming from the title/trash can debacle. For her part Miceli, seemed more than content pursuing her new career in monster truck driving and appeared to have little interest in reigniting her wrestling career.
However, in recent times, the company has reached out to the wrestler, even recording a series of interviews with her for the upcoming WWE Network. There has also reportedly been talk of inducting her into the Hall of Fame in the future (Wrestling Observer Newsletter via WrestlingInc).
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