So since rolling out the first installment for The WrestleMania Six earlier in the week, I have run into a snag! It looks as though the ‘six’ have become seven after Nidia was announced as the latest participant! So we’ve had to redesign our sets etc., so to speak.
This Sunday at WrestleMania 25, WWE pays homage to it’s 25th anniversary with an honorary 25 Diva battle royal for the title of Miss WrestleMania. Not only will the current crop of Divas have an opportunity to win said title but so will some names and faces from the past – the WrestleMania Seven! Stealing a page from Lost‘s Oceanic Six, we have dubbed our seven returning Divas after the wacky ABC show.
While Hassan looks at the current Divas in WrestleMania Spotlight, over the next few days, I will be looking at the seven returning Divas who will compete in the Miss WrestleMania match.
WWE Debut: 2002
WWE Retirement: 2009
Career Highlights: Two time Women’s Champion
Confirmed or Declined?
Confirmed. WWE confirmed Victoria at the WrestleMania press conference last week.
Past WrestleMania Appearances
Victoria has appeared at five WrestleManias, 19-21 and 23-24. She has competed in two of those events.
Victoria’s WrestleMania Moment
Her biggest moment came when she entered and left WrestleMania XX as the Women’s Champion. In a classic Divas moment, Victoria shaved Molly Holly‘s head bald after she beat her in a ‘Hair vs Hair’ match.
Miss WrestleMania Threat Factor
Victoria is possibly one of the biggest, baddest Divas to ever step foot in a WWE ring. And the fact that she’s still familiar with audiences should help her last in this match. Victoria could be a threat to her foes over the years including Trish Stratus, Torrie Wilson, Michelle McCool, Molly Holly and even her former BFF, Natalya.
I expect that her biggest threats will also come in the form of those Divas named above: Trish, Torrie, Michelle, Molly and Natalya.
Likelihood of Winning
I’d put Victoria’s chances at moderate.