What's the story?
Additionally, Keibler also addressed the fact that she was present at WrestleMania 35, in order to witness history being made, as for the first time ever, 3 female WWE Superstars closed out the show at WrestleMania.
In case you didn't know...
Stacy Keibler performed in the professional wrestling industry for promotions such as WCW and WWE, from 1999 until her retirement in the year 2006.
Over the course of her storied career, Keibler donned several caps -- including working as a valet, a wrestler, as well as representing the WWE in the mainstream media.
Since her retirement from the professional wrestling sphere, Keibler has notably chosen to stay away from the public eye, and has been known to post sporadically on social media.
The heart of the matter
It was at the 2019 WWE Hall Of Fame event, that Stacy Keibler returned to the WWE -- with her last notable WWE appearance being in WWE Tough Enough back in 2011.
Keibler inducted her real-life close friend and fellow former WWE Superstar Torrie Wilson into the WWE Hall Of Fame.
On that note, Keibler has now put forth a statement addressing her appearance at the WWE Hall Of Fame ceremony as well as her having witnessed history at WrestleMania 35 --
“#TBT Still feeling the incredible energy from this weekend! It was such a joy to see and catch up with everyone, especially the superstars I was lucky enough to work side by side with for so long. It felt like no time had passed reuniting with everyone especially my girls @trishstratuscom @machetegirl@torriewilson and @stephaniemcmahon.”
Keibler added --
“It also felt special to be there to witness @rondarousey@beckylynchwwe and @charlottewwe (who I’ve known for over 20 years!) make history being the first women to main event WrestleMania…I am so grateful for this past weekend and for the support you have all shown me over the past few days (and years!). There are truly no fans like the WWE Universe!”
Stacy Keibler is well-known for following a highly disciplined lifestyle focused on holistic health and wellness, however, isn't likely to make an in-ring return anytime soon.
Meanwhile, her appearance during WrestleMania 35 weekend has set the professional wrestling abuzz regarding the memorable moments and storylines "Miss Hancock" aka Stacy Keibler had given us over the years in both WCW and WWE.
What are your thoughts on Stacy Keibler making a surprise appearance in WWE during WrestleMania 35 weekend? Sound off in the comments!
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