Stacy Keibler Talks Appearance On Tough Enough, Working With Trish & More
Source: Monday Night MayhemFormer WWE Diva Stacy Keibler was one of the featured guests on this week's live edition of Monday Night Mayhem. Here are some interview highlights courtesy of The Mayhem's official correspondent & associate producer, Paterson:
Her thoughts on guest-starring on this week's episode of WWE Tough Enough & whether or not she sees this as the first step in returning to the WWE in the near future: "For right now, this is something I did with them, but I don't have any plans for wrestling officially and coming back & being on the road every week. It was so great to be back in the family, and seeing everybody, and to watch these kids. It's really fun to see them so eager to become a part of this business."
The experience of working again & teaming up with Trish Stratus on Tough Enough: "It was so fun, and it brought back a lot of memories. It's been a couple of years since we worked together. We spent so much time on the road together traveling & working. It was just really great to catch up and just have fun with each other."
How she defines the era she was a part of in the WWE Divas division & why she would "like to do something together" in the future with her fellow WWE Diva alumni: "I feel like we were all part of an era that was a really special time in wrestling, and I feel so lucky to be there then. It was just so much fun, with excitement & energy going on. With Vince buying WCW, it was an important transitional moment for the business, and I'm very lucky I was a part of it. I saw Torrie (Wilson) the other day, and I think we would all like to do something together. It would be so fun to feel that energy, and be together, and do something fun."
More is contained in Stacy Keibler's exclusive interview with the Monday Night Mayhem Radio Network, including her transition from the WWE to Hollywood, her legacy as a WWE Diva, Chris Jericho's performance thus far on ABC's Dancing with the Stars and more! You can check out the full interview by clicking here.