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Victoria shares who she would want to face from the current WWE roster

Wrestling veteran Victoria, also known as Lisa Marie Varon, recently spoke with The Wrestling Chatter. She had a lot to say about her career and the state of the current WWE Women’s division.

The 49 year-young wrestling legend announced her retirement in 2019. With that in mind, wrestling fans know that in the wrestling business, the talent never says never to lace up the boots one more time.

Victoria was asked during the interview what she thinks of the current women’s era. In that she spoke on who she would love to step in the ring with:

“I think Charlotte is one that sticks out, Charlotte. I’m still a big fan of Nattie, I really am. She’s a genius in the ring, she’s just a natural. As they say, she can have a good match with a broomstick, she can make anyone look good. I think she’s amazing. All the girls, there’s so many talented girls there now. And Mickie is still going, good for her. I’m very proud.”

Credit: WWE

Although it is always fun to hear what legends feel about the current state of women’s wrestling, there is a reason for that. During the time that Victoria was in WWE was a unique time. She did spend many years in the company which saw her tangle with the likes of Trish Stratus and Lita but also see the start of the Divas era.

Here is what she had to say when asked if she feels her era is forgotten:

“Maybe not for the Divas though. I think the girls acknowledge like, you know I’m sure they study certain matches, we did. We got a lot of shout outs from the girls when they do interviews, they go ‘I watched Victoria, she’s a good heel’ or something like that. I’m still proud, I’m not bitter at all. The way I look at it, I don’t want to hate the business at all, I’m just so proud to be part of this. You guys are the ones that let us know, and fans know about ‘you paved the way’ and I’m like “Thank you very much” and I get to thank Mae and Moolah, Sherri Martel, Madusa, like all these legends before me, Ivory, all these people before me that they paved the way for me too.”

To view the entire interview please click here. All credit goes to The Wrestling Chatter.

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