Michelle McCool
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Michelle McCool is one of those very few names from the Divas division history in the WWE who offered quality wrestling works in the ring. That certainly made her one of the all-time greats when it comes to counting the female wrestlers but if she would belong to the modern era, her appreciation could be more. After all, who would want to get reprimanded for having a good match?

Recently, The Undertaker appeared in an interview with Inside The Ropes to reveal that there were times when WWE management wasn’t always welcoming to the women’s division producing quality matchups. Being a top name of her time, Michelle McCool was especially noticed and even once rebuked for putting up great efforts in that ring.

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“She was one working in an era where women didn’t get nearly the opportunities that they do now, and she fought so hard for the women to kind of get more of a spotlight put on them,” The Undertaker recalled. “She was actually reprimanded once for having too good of a match with Melina. That’s a true story.”

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Michelle McCool left her own legacy in the WWE

The Undertaker is a Hall of Famer in the WWE who is well aware of the fact that his wife Michelle McCool can certainly achieve more greatness in her career. The fact that she was trying to go overboard in search of success “in the time period where they weren’t given a lot of opportunities” didn’t please a lot. Whatever the matter was, she was able to create her own legacy and Taker want her to go down as a Hall of Famer on her own, someday.

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Michelle McCool started working for the WWE in 2004 when she competed in the WWE Diva Search. She had a memorable championship run alongside her partner, Layla to rule the roost in the Divas division. Overall, she was able to capture the Women’s Championship twice and the Divas Champion twice in her career, making her a four-time champion.

Since hanging up her boots, Michelle McCool continues to make sporadic appearances in WWE to accompany her husband, The Undertaker, or inside the ring as a Royal Rumble competitor. The power couple has been married since 2010.

Arindam Pal

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