Lita is a WWE Hall of Famer. She is a WWE Diva and used to compete during the Attitude Era. She was one of the top divas in the WWE. During her time, women were not taken very seriously in professional wrestling. Women were used more of a showpiece.
They were forced to compete in certain matches that involved stripping or tearing off clothes. Lita is busy these days working on her new project called KAYFABE. The project was launched on Kickstarter a while back and will revolve around women in wrestling.
She recently spoke to Alicia Atout about her life in the WWE. She was a member of Team Xtreme. She stated that she wants to apologize to all the male wrestlers that took hard bumps for her "No, I knew it was ballsy and kind of a role that women weren't given before," explained Lita.
"I think I preemptively tiptoed and thanked and apologized in advance for any man that I was having to work with, that I was having to bump for me or make me - prop me up like that superhero that I got to portray and I do hope that it was perceived.
It was delicate to balance. I didn't make up that, the whole office would be like 'Okay, this is what you are doing today, kicking that person's ass.' I'd be like, 'Sorry, it's Dean Malenko of all your great matches.'
You know, I remember Prince Albert and Test, and they have me taking these people down." The landscape for women in the WWE is quite different now. The best wrestlers in the WWE right now are mostly women. Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey, and Charlotte Flair were in the main event of WrestleMania 35. Lita has not made a comeback during this time but she would probably do very well if she did come back.