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Lance Storm Says Madusa/Alundra Blayze Should Be In The WWE Hall Of Fame

Posted By: Ben Kerin on Nov 06, 2014

Lance Storm Says Madusa/Alundra Blayze Should Be In The WWE Hall Of Fame

Lance Storm posted a new blog on his website StormWrestling.com arguing that Debrah Miceli better known to wrestling fans as Madusa/Alundra Blayze should be the next woman inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

 “Miceli broke into wrestling in 1984 and retired when WCW shut down in early 2001. Over those 17 years she worked full time for a major wrestling company for 14 of those years. She was both a manager/valet, and a widely respected wrestler. Her resume stacks up with the absolute best of the best, having succeeded in countless promotions in the US as well as in Japan.”

As to why she isn’t in yet (and we all know that reason), Storm addressed it, saying, “The only reason I can come up with to deny her, her spot in the WWE HOF is possible heat left over from her dumping the WWF Women’s Title into the trash on WCW Nitro. While I can see that being a sore spot, WWE has since employed Eric Bischoff, the guy who hired her and made her do to it. Hulk Hogan has also been welcomed back into the fold and given his rightful spot in the HOF, and certainly his role in the Monday Night WAR against WWE was much more damaging than Madusa’s.”

Tags: #wwe #hall of fame #lance storm #madusa

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