WWE Hall of Famer Molly Holly who is also a former two times WWE Women’s Champion recently talked about her famous feud with Victoria from 2004. Her match with Victoria from WrestleMania XX is still considered a WrestleMania classic.
Molly Holly is most famous for her heel roles in WWE. Even though she was introduced as a lovable babyface to the company, her heel persona during her singles run became more popular among the fans.
Molly Holly Looks Back At Her Feud With Victoria
After leaving WWE in 2005, she was seen giving sporadic appearances throughout the time. Her two Royal Rumble appearances in 2018 and 2020 were really loved by the fans. Her appearance during 2020 Royal Rumble match as ‘Mighty Molly’ was really loved by the fans.
WWE gave her a really nice push during her small WWE career. She was one of the fewest women who held the WWE Hardcore Championship. Trish Stratus, Terri Runnels, and one of the Hos of the Godfather are the only three women who held the famous WWE Hardcore championship.
Molly Holly also held the WWE Women’s championship twice. She has some great matches with the likes of WWE legends Trish Stratus, Lita, Victoria, and others. And who can forget her infamous Women’s championship match against Victoria at WrestleMania XX where she had to shave her hair. It gained her a lot of respect and popularity among the fans and the wrestlers.
Molly Holly who is also a former two times WWE Women’s Champion recently spoke to Chris Hero on his Shoot Conversations podcast where she famous feud with Victoria from 2004. Her match with Victoria from WrestleMania XX is still considered a WrestleMania classic. She said;
“I wish there had been a longer storyline of good vs. evil because I think Victoria had been a heel, so she was just coming out of being a heel. he wasn’t like a really strong babyface and it would have been better if we just had more character development into it so the fans really cared about who won.
“I think the fans were excited to see someone get their head shaved like, ‘Oh, that’s dramatic.’ I do wish there was more purpose behind it, but I was happy to do it. We worked really hard on that match and I was happy with how it turned out.
“We had a practice ring at the hotel and then Fit Finlay was with us. We worked really hard on it. In WCW, I never spoke to him. He had a mullet and I was scared of him. It’s funny that years later he’s like an uncle or big brother.”
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