In a recent interview with PWMania, Madusa (aka WWE Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze) discussed a possible retirement match, and interacting backstage with Rhea Ripley.
You can check out some highlights from the interview below:
On having one more match: “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 shouted out. I’m not getting any younger, but I still have it in me. I won’t be 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.”
On interacting backstage with Rhea Ripley: “I already called her out. And I was walking past the makeup room, whenever I was there for Raw XXX, and I walked by I said, ‘Yo girl, looking good.’ Then I came back and stuck my head and I said, ‘You’d probably be a pretty good retirement match.’ She’s like, ‘Oh my God. That’s such an honor.’ She’s so funny. She’s a wonderful girl, though. Woman. Just amazing. I just say ‘girl’ or ‘kid’ because she’s probably like thirty years younger than I am, you know?”
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