In 1997, Molly Holly began her professional wrestling career in the World Professional Wrestling Federation (WPWF) followed by a brief stint with WCW. The real-life Nora Greenwald signed with WWF/WWE in 2000 and transitioned to the indies five years later. During her time with Vince McMahon’s promotion, Holly won the WWE Women’s Championship twice and also held the WWE Hardcore Championship.
During a recent virtual signing with K & S WrestleFest, Holly praised several current WWE performers, including Bianca Belair. Holly revealed being in awe of the RAW Women’s Champion on a weekly basis. She said, “I’m in awe of Bianca Belair every week. Just in awe of her.”
The WWE Hall of Famer was quick to announce the names of four female wrestlers she would like to have dream matches with. Holly said,
“I also think Becky Lynch is great, Bayley. I never really had a singles match against Beth Phoenix. She did toss me over the top rope at a Rumble one year, but I haven’t actually wrestled her before. Mickie James, I’ve never had a singles match against [her]. It’s hard to say. There are a lot of people that I think would’ve been fun to work with.”
Holly left WWE and her full-time wrestling career in April 2005. She would return to participate in the WWE Women’s Royal Rumble matches in 2018 and 2020.