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Lita To Appear On The Broken Skull Sessions

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It has been announced that Lita will be the next guest on the Broken Skull Sessions with Stone Cold Steve Austin.

WWE Hall of Famer Lita is set to appear on the upcoming episode of the Broken Skull Sessions. The episode will premiere on March 25th, on Peacock and the WWE Network.

Previous guests include The Undertaker, Becky Lynch, Mick Foley and Kevin Nash among others.

Bully Ray recently revealed that he has filmed an episode of the show, although it is unclear when the interview will be shown.

Lita made her most recent return to WWE ahead of the 2022 Royal Rumble. After appearing in the women’s Rumble match she engaged in a short feud with Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch. This came to a head at Elimination Chamber, where the star rolled back the years in her first singles match since 2006.

The former WWE Women’s Champion began training to become a wrestler in 1997, before making appearances in Mexico’s CMLL a year later under the name Angelica. She made her in-ring debut in 1999 after returning to the United States, enjoying a brief stay in ECW from April until October.

That July, Lita made her WWF television debut, escorting The Godfather to the ring on an episode of Raw. However, bigger and better things were to come, as the Florida native, debuted as Lita in February 2000 alongside Essa Rios.

The high-flyer became known interfering on Rios’ matches with a series of eye-catching moves that were not traditionally performed by women in the WWF at that point. By May she joined the Hardy Boyz in Team Xtreme, enjoying one of the most popular runs of her career.

In the years that followed, Lita entered a controversial storyline with Kane, before aligning with Edge. During this period, Lita was involved in an off-screen relationship with Matt Hardy, but later began an affair with The Rated R Superstar. When this became public knowledge, the real-life tension was used as an angle on WWE television.

After feuding with Trish Stratus on and off for much of her career, Lita engaged in a feud with Mickie James, in 2006, after which she left the company. She has since returned to WWE sporadically, being inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014.