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Lisa Marie Varon is one of the greatest in-ring talents from the women’s division back in the last decade. WWE fans know her better in the name of Victoria who was a big attraction on WWE TV. But she was not only an eye-candy Diva. Rather her raw power was a unique feature that was absent in her contemporaries. So WWE did not hesitate to make this woman a multi-time women’s champion.
Starting the career in 2002, Victoria is still very much of an active competitor. WWE fans may have not seen her since 2008 but she continued performing in different other wrestling promotions. It looks like the veteran is finally willing to hang up her boots as we move forward to this year.
Victoria shared a picture on her social media account with the comments, ‘ The Year 2019 will be my last year wrestling in the Squared Circle.’ She hinted that it should be an interesting journey throughout the year. She also appealed to the promotions those are intended to book her for the final appearances. Plus, an ‘exciting adventure’ is waiting for her once wrestling career gets over.
Lisa Marie Varon aka Victoria came as a storm in the WWE in the early 2000s. She captured the Women’s Championship from Trish Stratus in a hardcore match at 2002 Survivor Series that was also her debuting year in the WWE. That itself was an incredible achievement which further paved a great career for her.
The veteran then went on to feature in feuds with names like Molly Holly, Ivory, Jazz, Jacqueline and more to solidify her spot in the women’s locker room. Later, she delivered the first-ever women’s steel cage match against Lita in the WWE. She came out of the cage as the winner, eventually.
Her WWE stint came to an end when she decided to join TNA in 2009. After two WWE women’s title runs, five Knockouts Championship runs were waiting for her, there. Angelina Love, ODB, and Miss Tessmacher were famous opponents of her from this promotion. Later, Victoria won the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship with Miss Tessmacher. This reign continued for four months before Gail Kim and Madison Rayne picked these belts up. For the last few years, Lisa Marie Varon has been a regular name in the independent circuit.