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Alicia Fox to make first appearance since live event incident

Alica Fox is scheduled to appear at WrestleMania Axxess during this Saturday’s morning session from 8-12 This is the first appearance from Fox since the incident that resulted in the firing of long-time producer Arn Anderson.

Alicia Fox had shown up to work for a live event intoxicated and Anderson, the agent who was the producer for the match, allowed Fox to wrestle. Not only was this against company policy, but a huge risk to the safety of both Fox and her opponent.

Vince McMahon got word of Anderson’s lack of foresight and fired the Hall of Famer. There hasn’t been any sightings of Fox on television or live events since this incident occurred. Fightful had reported that WWE offered Fox rehab but she declined and went “AWOL”. Whether or not she has since entered rehab is not yet known, but her appearance at Axxess indicates she may be getting another chance.

Fox has been a mainstay with the WWE since her debut in 2008. Prior to her debut, she wrestled in WWE’s developmental territories, OVW and FCW. The appearance at Axxess may suggest Fox is returning to the ring soon. There’s even an outside chance we might see her enter the Women’s Battle Royal, which is scheduled for the WrestleMania kickoff show.

Are you looking forward to seeing Alicia Fox back on television? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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Lauren Founds
I am a New Englander who has been watching wrestling since WrestleMania 2. I follow all wrestling but am a WWE fan through and through. Watching the evolution of women's wrestling has been a true inspiration to myself and all female fans.

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