Madusa recently appeared as a guest on the Battleground podcast for an in-depth interview covering all things pro wrestling.
During her appearance on the program, the WWE Hall of Fame women’s wrestling legend who also worked under the name Alunda Blayze, spoke about the NWA EmPowerrr 2021 pay-per-view, her role at the upcoming NWA Hard Times 2 pay-per-view and more.
Featured below are some of the highlights from the interview.
On the all-women’s show presented by the promotion that also included some AEW stars: “My highlight for that whole weekend was, one, being invited, and two, kind of stepping back and watching how everything worked, watching the camaraderie between everybody, having everyone want the others to succeed was really nice, and then working with each other. I love the fact that it is very different, like the old studio feel. It is so completely different from the rest. That’s what piques my interest there, so it doesn’t feel like it’s competition. Working that weekend, of course my mind was working. It was going all over like, ‘Gosh, if I was working, what I can do and help out here.’ That was in my head. I wasn’t voicing that, and sure enough, I must have been putting that out in the universe because that thing came back at me two-fold. I never expected that call at all. Now, coming back to this is going to be amazing because they want me for my creativity, writing, agenting, and some other stuff I can’t share.”
On how she will be involved with the NWA Hard Times 2 pay-per-view in Atlanta this Saturday night that airs on FITE TV: “Yes, I’m working with NWA coming up in December in Atlanta. I’ll be there that whole week. I have a creative role.”