WWE Hall Of Famer Is Open To Returning To The Ring At Evolution

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The first ever all-women’s pay-per-view takes place on October 28th and so far there have been a number of former female wrestlers who have come forward for a return.

The likes of Trish Stratus and Lita have already had matches announced for the event, Beth Phoenix has been announced as part of the show, whilst the likes of Melina, Ivory, Kelly Kelly and Michelle McCool have been rumored to be making appearances as well.





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One woman whose name hasn’t been touted over the past few weeks is WWE Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze. The former Women’s Champion retired from in-ring competition back in 2000 and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame back in 2015.

Blayze has also been part of a WWE Network documentary where the company called her a trailblazer, which means that she has to be part of history with the rest of the women in the company.

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Since her retirement, Alundra has been running her own all-women’s wrestling promotion in Japan and has continued to carve out the women of the future, but she wasn’t someone who was called back for the all-women’s Royal Rumble in January which came as a shock to many fans.

Alundra was asked by a fan about whether or not she would be in attendance at Evolution on October 28th and interestingly she responded that she would love to, all WWE have to do is ask, which means that she’s another WWE Hall of Famer that hasn’t yet been approached by WWE about making a return.

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Blayze was then asked about what match she would like to have as part of the show and named Shayna Baszler, Kairi Sane and Nia Jax as her choice of opponents if she teamed with Charlotte and Natalya.

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