Former WWE Diva Victoria was on The Wrestling Chatter and spoke about her WWE carrer and the wrestler that she would like to face today. Victoria’s real name is Lisa Marie Varon. She won the Women’s Title twice during her run in WWE.
The interviewer asked her about which wrestler she would like to face if she ever made a return to the WWE. She was also asked whether or not her generation of female wrestlers have been forgotten with time due to the Women’s Revolution.
Victoria on Which WWE Wrestler she would like to Face
Victoria retired from all forms of professional wrestling last year. She wrestled for a large number of professional wrestling promotions after she left WWE. She never returned for more run in WWE.
That being said, Victoria revealed the name of the wrestlers that she would like to face if she ever stepped foot inside a WWE ring again . "I think Charlotte is one that sticks out," Victoria said. "I'm still a big fan of Nattie, I really am.
She's a genius in the ring, she's just a natural. As they say, she can have a good match with a broomstick. She can make anyone look good; I think she's amazing. All the girls, there's so many talented girls there now.
And Mickie is still going, good for her. I'm very proud." Victoria started her WWE career in the early 2000s. She remained with the company for about 10 years. Back in those days, women were portrayed very differently.
Even though the roster was full of talented female professional wrestlers, they were never considered main event talents. They were used as fillers or as a showpiece. She days, female wrestlers are taken very seriously. Victoria had a few big moments during her time in WWE along with the other women that were with her at that time.
She was part of the first women’s steel cage match against Lita in 2003. She then answered whether or not people have forgotten that era of female wrestlers in the WWE. "Maybe not for the Divas though," Varon explained.
"I think the girls acknowledge, like, you know, I'm sure they study certain matches. We did. We got a lot of shout outs from the girls when they do interviews, they go, 'I watched Victoria, she's a good heel', or something like that.
I'm still proud. I'm not bitter at all. The way I look at it, I don't want to hate the business at all. I'm just so proud to be part of this. You guys are the ones that let us know, and fans know, about 'you paved the way', and I'm like, 'Thank you very much'
And I get to thank Mae and Moolah, Sherri Martel, Madusa, like, all these legends before me. Ivory - all these people before me that they paved the way for me too."