In recent weeks, several great athletes from the past of WWE have reappeared in the rings of the McMahon-owned company, in conjunction with the Royal Rumble at the beginning of the year, which saw dozens of unexpected athletes, such as Mickie James, current champion of IMPACT Wrestling or the historians Michelle McCool, Molly Holly and several other athletes called by the WWE.
In the female royal brawl, WWE also called Hall of Famer Lita, who had already appeared on the Friday Night Smackdown screens, the week before, to carry out a promo against Charlotte and now instead has challenged none other than the show's champion, Becky Lynch, in a title match for Elimination Chamber, this Saturday in Saudi Arabia.
This match would have been brought up almost by chance by the WWE, which wanted to keep up the name of her Hall of Famer, after years that Lita did not walk the rings of her, after a formidable stint in the early 2000s.
New details on Lita
In her latest interview with Justin Barrasso, for Sports Illustrated, Lita herself wanted to talk about the future with WWE, confirming what her plans are at the moment.
Regarding whether Lita will still show up in the WWE rings after Elimination Chamber or not, the former Hardy Boyz tag team partner said: "Currently, I was only called for this match. I know that everything can change in WWE overnight.
There are a lot of opportunities here and not because there are no plans means that there will be nothing left. However, this allowed me to go back and get carried away and therefore be able to have a devastating match and not focus on anything other than Elimination Chamber"
Obviously, knowing that Lita was only asked to do this match for the WWE, may want to be a symptom of a Hall of Famer defeat, because in the event of victory, instead, the girl would become champion of the red show and should so take part in all the episodes of the red show or in any case in most of them.
Bayley took to social media this afternoon to put over the fact that Lita is competing for the RAW Women's Championship in Saudi Arabia this Saturday. The injured star told Lita to go win because she wants the next shot at the title, tweeting out: "The fact that someone like @AmyDumas wants to be back fighting for a title speaks volumes on our whole division. Go win, Lita. I got next," Bayley tweeted.