Victoria To Meet With WWE Officials

Mr. TaylorSenior Writer IMay 31, 2010

What's up Bleaches? ''No time to waste, so let''s bleach it!''

Lisa Varon (a.k.a Tara; formerly known as Victoria in WWE) has parted ways with Total Nonstop Action wrestling after refusing to re-sign with the company due to not receiving a pay increase. Victoria had her last match against the current TNA Knockout's Champion, Madison Rayne, during the company's fifth pay-per-view of the year, TNA Sacrifice.

Victoria had put her career on the line for Rayne's title, but failed in her attempt to capture the title, ending her wrestling tenure in TNA.

According to reports on SEScoops.com, Lisa is expected to meet with WWE officials to discuss a potential return to the company now that her contract with TNA has expired. However, friends of Varon say it’s possible she’ll return to TNA should WWE not make her a better contract offer, as she’s on good terms with TNA management again.

Victoria is 39 years and has sustained a handful of in-ring injuries during her nine-year wrestling career. But I still think she has the ability to put on a strong match and make anyone look good (Madison Rayne for example). I think the WWE might even give her at least one last title reign, but the main reason she's going back is for the payday. She wouldn't care how much jobbing she would have to do in order to get it.

All comments are welcome.

''That's it for me Bleaches!''

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