Lita reveals her plans for the future



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Lita reveals her plans for the future

Lita played her last official match against Becky Lynch at Elimination Chamber, which took place in Saudi Arabia this year. To triumph was the Irish champion, who kept the title of Raw a few weeks after WrestleMania 38. After briefly wrestling in Extreme Championship Wrestling between 1999 and 2000, the Fort Lauderdale superstar signed a contract with the World Wrestling Federation, remaining there until her retirement on November 26, 2006.

During her WWE career, she won the Women's Championship four times and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in April 2014. A guest on the latest edition of 'WWE After The Bell', Lita revealed that she wouldn't mind returning.

in the ring in the future.

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“At this stage in my life, I am taking things as they come. I'd be thrilled to get back into the ring, but it's not an obsession. The roster is really deep nowadays and there are many girls I would like to work with" - explained Lita.

The past two years have been overwhelming for WWE as it has had to deal with the devastating effects of the global pandemic. The Stamford-based federation has released around 80 superstars since the pandemic broke out, taking a series of drastic measures to avoid bankruptcy.

Among the superstars who have renewed their contract with WWE, it is impossible not to mention Kevin Owens. The Canadian has 'grabbed' a very lucrative contract from Vince McMahon. The legendary Jim Cornette spoke on the subject: "The parable of KO has been full of ups and downs in recent years, not always because of him.

The way it was programmed didn't help in most cases. There were rumors of his possible passage in All Elite Wrestling to start a new adventure. The fact that WWE has offered him a $ 2-3 million contract for the next three years is symptomatic of an obvious shortage of talent on the roster."

Despite her remarkable return to the wrestling world, the WWE Hall of Famer is unsure whether she will perform in the ring again after her match with Lynch. In a recent interview with Alistair McGeorge of Metro UK, the former WWE Women's Champion stated that she wants to focus on the present rather than the road ahead.

"I don’t wanna be thinking about the long term," Lita said. "I don’t want that to cloud my intention going in." Although she came up short at Elimination Chamber, the Hall of Famer received a warm reception from the fans after her impressive performance.