Alundra Blayze Wants a Retirement Match in WWE

WWE Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze wants to work at least one more match for WWE. On WWE’s official Twitter, the company posted a Tweet asking fans about the “one star” they would like to see during this year’s Royal Rumble.

Blayze responded to this Tweet by lobbying for a retirement match for herself.

“When are you going to give one of your golden era Hall of Famer’s a freaking retirement match?
 wrote Blayze.

According to Blayze, she was just putting the request out there and that after the match she would be done.

“I mean really, I’m not getting any younger,” Blayze ended her Tweet.

Blayze was a three-time WWF Women’s Champion; she debuted in the WWF back in 1993. Shortly after her debut, she won her first Women’s Championship. She also wrestled as Madusa in WCW.

As Madusa, she was involved in a controversial angle where she threw the WWF Women’s Championship belt in the trash on a live episode of Monday Night Nitro.

Blayze retired from professional wrestling in 2001. She was inducted into the Hall of Fame back in 2015.

She came out of retirement in 2018 to be part of the 20 Women Battle Royal during the first-ever all-women pay-per-view, Evolution.