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Your Two Cents: Most Wanted Memoirs

“Your Two Cents” is the new interactive feature where we gauge the opinions of our Twitter and Facebook followers on different discussions in women’s wrestling.

This week, we’re asking this: With news that Madusa is penning her autobiography, we’re wondering: which women’s wrestler do you most want to see write her memoirs? We’ve read your responses on our social media pages and picked some of the best submissions to highlight here on the website. As always, you can join the debate by leaving your comments!

Our Two Cents

Batting for Team DD this week, it’s Erin giving us her personal opinion on this week’s topic:

Erin I think it’d be pretty informative to read Stephanie McMahon‘s autobiography. She was one of the most hated on-screen personas in recent WWE history, and her personal life hasn’t been without its controversies, but I think the most interesting aspect of this hypothetical book would be her take on the inner workings of the WWE, from growing up with her dad and mom running the WWE to becoming a high-ranking figure in her own right.

Your Two Cents

@AlexxRavenSonja | That would definitely be Lita. Her first book stopped as soon as the most controversial part of her life and career were just starting. Everyone’s heard Matt’s side of the story & made assumptions about her. I’d love to hear what she has to say and hear how she really felt about leaving and more about her life after WWE too.
Justin C Dutton | I would love to read Ivory and Jackie Moore‘s because they both have been in the industry for so long and worked for so many different main stream promotions (WWE, WCW, TNA). I could only imagine all the stories and insight they have, and I would to hear how they, unlike a lot of main stream female workers, were able to maintain the longevity that they maintained.
Mondarious Brantley | Out of all women’s wrestlers I would love to see former WWE Diva Jillian Hall write an autobiography. Seeing as Jillian was a well rounded wrestler before entering the company she was used mainly to get others over and basically used as a joke kind of like former Diva Victoria towards the end of her career. So if Jillian were to write an autobiography I think it would be a really great book to read from her point of view.
Mark Myers | I would love to see Sherri Martel‘s book come out. I know she was writing it before she passed and I heard someone was going to see that it was published, but nothing has come to light as of yet.
@MxdBoysDoItBest | I would absolutely love if Melina was to write a memoir. Melina is considered the most controversial Diva in WWE history. Backstage politics and former Divas blasted her for having a bad attitude. I personally would love to hear her side of the story. Just because backstage politics and former Divas said that about her doesn’t mean it’s necessarily true. It’d be great to hear her side. Also, Melina had a tough road when she found her passion in wrestling. She was told she was too fat, too skinny, too short, etc. I would love to hear about how she handled all the criticism, both with that and the bad things people said about her.
Ozzy Valentine | Tough one as there are so many women who I’m sure have their fair share of stories to tell. I would love to read something from both Molly Holly and Tara. Molly because she worked with so many legendary women, more so than the other women. She grappled with the ultra talented Madusa/Alundra Blayze and even the animated Sherri Martel! She worked with Macho Man in WCW and then wrestled many greats in WWE. Tara has an interesting background too. She went from bodybuilder, to playing a Godfather lady, to one of the greatest women wrestlers ever! And going strong and better than most young girls today. Tara is so humorous as well, so im sure it would be a fun and interesting read without a doubt.

And now we turn it over to you…

What are your two cents on the debate? Who in women’s wrestling do you wish would write an autobiography? Tell us in the comments…

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