WWE Hall of Famer, Alundra Blayze, has orated that she would like to have a retirement match in the not too distant future.
Blayze, also better known as Madusa in World Championship Wrestling and the industry’s territorial days, was a main stay in the WWF in the mid-nineties when she reigned as WWF Women’s Champion in memorable feuds with the likes of Bull Nakano and Bertha Faye.
Prior to her stint in the World Wrestling Federation, the real-life Debra Ann Miceli was a regular for AWA, All Japan Pro Wrestling and World Championship Wrestling who she famously jumped back to subsequent to her WWF run, trashing the company’s female gold on a live episode of Monday Nitro.
Now, the star has taken to Twitter to state that she yearns for one last round to cap off what has been an incredible career between the ropes.
Answering a tweet from WWE’s official account which asked fans which surprise entrant they would like to see in the 2021 Men’s or Women’s Royal Rumble Matches on January 31, Blayze wrote:
“Well you know what? One can only scream on top of the mountain for so long and so loud… When are you going to give one of your golden era Hall of Famer‘s a freaking retirement match? Just putting it out there. After this, I’m done. I mean really I’m not getting any younger.”
Well you know what? One can only scream on top of the mountain for so long and so loud… When are you going to give one of your golden era Hall of Famer‘s a freaking retirement match? Just putting it out there. After this I’m done. I mean really I’m not getting any younger 🙄😂 https://t.co/TQIR3bqlb0
— Madusa/AlundraBlayze (@Madusa_rocks) January 22, 2021
Then first woman to capture the WCW Cruiserweight Championship, Alundra Blayze last competed inside the squared circle on October 28, 2018, at WWE Evolution when she was a participant in a Battle Royal.
On July 22, 2019, Blayze captured the WWE 24/7 Championship in a backstage angle with Candice Michelle. Instead of trashing the strap as she had done with the WWF Women’s Championship, the star sold the gold to ‘The Million Dollar Man’ Ted DiBiase.