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Madusa Believes This Moment Started The Monday Night War

Madusa shared her thoughts on which infamous moment led to the start of the Monday Night War between WWE and WCW in the mid-1990s. Madusa knows all too well about that period, as she jumped from WWE to WCW a few months after "WCW Nitro" began airing opposite "WWE Raw" on Mondays. On her first night back in WCW, Madusa shocked the wrestling world by dropping the WWE Women's Title belt in a trash can on live TV.
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Madusa Disputes Nick Aldis' Claims About NWA's Culture

Nick Aldis' name has been more abundant than ever lately in the world of pro wrestling due to the contentious way he is departing the NWA. He posted a video to Instagram publicly announcing his resignation from the company, and criticized the direction owner Billy Corgan was taking the NWA, notably the women's division. Aldis was suspended indefinitely as he waits out his contract, due to expire on December 31, but meanwhile, figures like WWE Hall of Famer Madusa are chiming in on what went down.
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Madusa On Vince McMahon: “He Was Always Good To Me”

WWE Hall Of Famer Madusa was recently interviewed on TheA2theK Wrestling Show to promote her new book, “The Woman Who Would Be King.”. During it, the former WWE Women’s Champion talked about how serious was Vince McMahon in reviving the women’s division when he brought her into WWE in 1993:
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Madusa Claims Vince McMahon Was Never A “Misogynist” To Her

WWE Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze has claimed that Vince McMahon was nothing but professional with her during her tenure with the company. Blayze, later known as Madusa, joined the WWF in 1993 and became a three-time Women’s Champion before her release in 1995. Speaking about McMahon while promoting...
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Madusa Believes Vince McMahon ‘Wasn’t Thinking Right’ When He Released Her in 1995

– During a recent edition of The A2theK Wrestling Show, WWE Hall of Famer Madusa (aka Alundra Blayze) discussed being released by WWE while she was still Women’s Champion in 1995. It led to the infamous moment of WCW TV where she threw the WWE Women’s Championship in the trash. Below are some highlights (via WrestlingInc.com):
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Madusa Says Former WWE Chairman Vince McMahon Was Always Good To Her

WWE Hall of Famer Madusa (Alundra Blayze) recently appeared on The A2theK Wrestling Show to discuss a variety of topics such as her new book, “The Woman Who Would Be King” and how it is about motivation, perseverance and a woman who overcame tragedies in order to triumph in two very strong male dominated entertainment sports.
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VIP AUDIO 10/6 – RETRO RADIO – Pro Wrestling Spotlight (4/19/1992): Interview with Paul Heyman talking about Austin, Piper, Ultimate Warrior, Madusa, Larry Zbyszko, and more – plus news update (49 min)

SPOTLIGHTED PODCAST ALERT (YOUR ARTICLE BEGINS A FEW INCHES DOWN)... SHOW SUMMARY: This is the Apr. 19, 1992 episode of New York’s Pro Wrestling Spotlight Radio Show (#154) hosted by John Arezzi with special guest Paul E. Dangerously (Paul Heyman) who begins with an insult by calling John Arezzi “Mr. Russo” and suggests maybe the show should have been given to Vince Russo. Heyman talks about WCW happenings including comments on Sting, Rick Steamboat, Harley Race, Big Van Vader, and the Steiners. Heyman fields caller questions on a variety of topics including whether Dangerously would manage “a fellow Jew Barry Horowitz” of if he’d rather he be his CPA, why he brought Madusa into the Dangerous Alliance, a storyline reason Ultimate Warrior lost weight, his aspirations for “Stunning” Steve Austin, Sting’s future, why Bobby Eaton doesn’t talk, and more.