WWE Hall Of Famer Says Having One More Match Isn’t Something They’d ‘Take Lightly’

4 weeks ago by Connel Rumsey

WWE Hall Of Famer Says Having One More Match Isn’t Something They’d ‘Take Lightly’ WWE

Several WWE Hall of Famers have been returning to the ring in recent years for one more match, including Stone Cold Steve Austin at last year’s WrestleMania.

WWE Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze was recently backstage at WWE’s Raw 30 show, where she spoke to Rhea Ripley, telling her that she would be a ‘pretty good’ retirement match.

Speaking to PWMania, Blayze discussed a potential return match, and how she would be absolutely down to do it if given a couple of months to train.

She said:

“I do if I was allowed, at least like a couple months of good training. Absolutely. Because it’s not something that I would take lightly. If I were going to dive into a retirement match I would take it serious and I would definitely want you know, a good build up, a little bit of a storyline, not just coming in and doing a one and done.

“Maybe they’ll have me show up in a show or something once a couple weeks or whatever, or with WWE doing stuff. So You’re darn straight, and it needs to be it needs to be shouted out. I’m not getting any younger, but I still have it in me.

“I won’t be at coming back to the ring in my eighties, for a final match. I won’t that’s just my choice. We’re going to do it within the next year or two or just I’m not going to do it. You know, that hey, guess what I and the platform to do it on? It’s WWE TV. So, yeah.”

WWE Hall of Famer Lita recently returned to the ring, capturing the Women’s Tag Team Championship alongside Becky Lynch on this week’s episode of Raw.

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