The mother of all nasties, Lacey Evans, is back on WWE television programming after months of inactivity. Her first performance since coming back has surely put the entire WWE locker room on notice, with Evans looking to ascend to the top of the mountain this time. However, her arrogant ways are still looking the same, as she might not be entertaining fans without cash.

Lacey Evans was recently part of the WWE Royal Rumble festivities leading up to the event. Naturally, fans are going to flock around the Lady of WWE. She’s okay with signing autographs, but it won’t come free.

“All these “fans” in the hotel and airport. If you don’t have cash, I ain’t signing a thing.”

Lacey Evans signed with WWE in 2016, after serving in the Marine Corps and developing her craft on the independent circuit. Evans’ start looked impressive and she went on to have a successful run in NXT.


The former Marine Corps officer came up to the WWE main roster back in 2019 and was immediately inserted into a program with Becky Lynch. This meant that the WWE management had perceived Evans as a potential top star on the flagship shows.

Over the years, Lacey Evans has undergone several gimmick changes and has been featured in noticeable programs on WWE television. Moreover, her storyline with Ric Flair was widely appreciated, which came to an abrupt end after she announced her pregnancy and went on a hiatus.

Lacey Evans recently made her return to SmackDown, the day before the Royal Rumble, to win a squash match. She also participated in the Women’s Royal Rumble match this weekend and spent nearly 15 minutes in the match, before being eliminated by Raquel Rodriguez.

We’ll have to see what’s next for Lacey Evans, but she’s not in the mood for charity right now. Keep checking back with Ringside News for more.

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