Madusa was one of the top stars in ’80s and ’90s. During her tenure with the WWE, she held the WWF Championship three times. She also appeared in a battle royal at WWE Evolution back in 2018. The WWE Hall of Famer recently said that fans are burned out on seeing Trish Stratus and Lita return, but she’s down for it.

It’s always better to take pro wrestling retirements with a grain of salt. Aside from wrestlers who retire due to major injuries, it has been impossible for wrestlers to retire permanently. WWE Hall of Famer Madusa never formally hung up her boots after leaving WCW in 2001.

Following her induction into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2015 and recent performances in AEW and WWE, the concept of Medusa returning for one more match is more popular than ever. In an interview with The Wrestling Perspective Podcast, Medusa was questioned if she will ever return to the ring again. She wasn’t opposed to the notion, but she did express her displeasure with returning female WWE wrestlers.

Who do we always see come back? It’s always Lita and Trish [Stratus]. I’m pretty burnt out over them. I think [Trish and Lita] are great. But there were women before [them], and I’m right here!


The former WWF Women’s Champion commented on her perspective, which stems from her frustrations as a member of the “Lost Era” of American women’s wrestling. Some fans have hypothesized that Madusa may make an in-ring cameo in WWE shortly, given that the upcoming women’s Royal Rumble match is known for featuring multiple surprise entrants among its thirty contestants. Aside from that, there are no plans for a potential final match for the former Alundra Blayze at this moment.

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