Victoria (Lisa Marie Varon) was the tenth entrant in the 2021 Women’s Royal Rumble match, marking her first appearance with WWE in almost twelve years.
Later that year, the WWE Network included Victoria in a list of the top 50 female Superstars in the history of the company.
WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus is a staunch proponent of Victoria being inducted into the Hall of Fame, and she expressed her support for the two-time WWE Women’s Champion on the “After the Bell with Corey Graves” podcast.
Stratus said, “Victoria was there… at that moment where we turned the corner for women’s wrestling. Now that this is an acceptable part of the show, we’re going to take it to another level… We’re going to do stuff that you didn’t see the women do. And, gosh, we killed our bodies doing it. I find it so crazy that she’s so underrated and under-recognized. How many times are we going to have a Hall of Fame [ceremony and not include her]? I love Torrie Wilson and Stacy Keibler, but I’d like to see a wrestler get put in the Hall of Fame next, like Victoria. It would be great, but maybe I’m crazy.”
Prior to WrestleMania 39, Mickie James also stated that Victoria should be inducted into the Hall Of Fame.