When asked on Twitter about the possibility of her returning to the company, former WWE star Victoria (real name Lisa Marie Varon) responded with the now-famous “never say never” line:
“Never say never”.
At this time, there is not believed to have been any official contact between WWE and Victoria with regards to a potential return, at least as far as we know anyway. Make sure you stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com for any potential updates.
Victoria joined WWE in 2000, and debuted as an on-screen personality later that year. Her first televised match came on the July 1st taping of Sunday Night Heat in 2002, where she would be defeated by Trish Stratus.
Victoria was released from her WWE deal in January 2009. However, she would return later that year for one-night as part of the women’s battle royale at WrestleMania XXV. Victoria has not wrestled a match for the company since.
The two-time WWE Women’s Champion then went on to wrestle for TNA, where she would go on to win the Knockout’s Championship on five separate occasions, and the Knockout’s Tag Team titles once with Brooke Tessmacher.
Victoria’s last wrestling match came at a Warrior Wrestling show on March 15 2019, where she was successfully defeated in a Warrior Wrestling Women’s Championship match by IMPACT Wrestling star Jordynne Grace.
Speaking of former WWE stars, it has been reported that a former Superstar is going to be returning to WWE very shortly, possibly even on tonight’s season premiere episode of Friday Night SmackDown. You can find out more by clicking here.