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Legendary Diva Wants Victoria In The WWE Hall Of Fame

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During a recent interview on the Battleground podcast, legendary WWE Diva Mickie James made it clear that she wants to see Victoria aka Tara inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, as well as the IMPACT Wrestling / TNA Hall of Fame.

Just like Mickie, Victoria was in WWE for the Ruthless Aggression Era and some of the PG-Era, before they both had runs with Dixie Carter’s Total Nonstop Action!

Here’s what Mickie James had to say:

“If anybody asked me who should be next in the Impact Wrestling Hall of Fame, it’s Tara.

Who should be next in the WWE Hall of Fame? It’s Victoria. It’s long overdue, long, long overdue.

That’s not just because she’s my friend. She’s my sister, and we do GAW TV together. I mean, the woman has been through it all. I’ve seen it all, and she’s watched a lot of her friends go into the Hall of Fame. You know, and I think it’s due.”

Lisa Marie Varon first appeared on WWF TV as one of The Godfather’s hos early on, but eventually made her official WWE debut as Victoria on the July 7th 2002 of WWE Sunday Night Heat.

Victoria stayed with WWE until January 2009 but has since returned on several occasions, including to participate in the Divas Battle Royal at WrestleMania 25 and as an entrant in the 2021 Women’s Royal Rumble match.

Under the ring name Tara, she also wrestled for TNA from 2009 till 2013.

Below are her top accomplishments in pro-wrestling:

– 2x WWE Women’s Champion

– 5x TNA Knockouts Champion

– 1x TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion

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