Madusa (known as Alundra Blayze in the WWF) helped relaunch the WWF’s women’s division in 1994. There was renewed interest in women’s wrestling from Vince McMahon and for about a year and a half, Madusa defended her title against names like Bull Nakano, Bertha Faye, and Aja Kong. It seemed like she was being groomed to be the female face of the company but she quietly disappeared from WWE television towards the end of 2015. What many fans did not know is that McMahon had given up on the women’s division and it was his decision to release Madusa from the company.
Madusa shocked the wrestling world when she appeared on an episode of WCW Monday Nitro with the WWF Women’s title in her hands. Madusa proclaimed that WCW has been known as the place where “The Big Boys Play” but she will make sure that it also became where “The Big Girls Play.” That’s when she proceeded to toss the Women’s title in a trash can.
Several years later, it was revealed that she didn’t want to disrespect the Women’s title and it was something that WCW head Eric Bischoff wanted her to do. She was erased from WWE for many years until fences were mended in 2015 and she was inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame.
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