The WWE Hall of Famer is interested in doing one more match.
Names such as Jazz, Bayley, Sasha Banks, Nyla Rose, Naomi and Trish Stratus have cited Jacqueline Moore as an inspiration for their respective careers in pro wrestling. The two-time WWF Women’s Champion wrapped up her full-time in-ring career in 2013 and made her return for the first-ever WWE women’s Royal Rumble match.
Jacqueline has not wrestled since then, but while doing a virtual signing for Captain’s Corner, she shared that she is interested in doing one more match and listed Charlotte Flair and Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair as potential opponents.
You know what? I would love to do one more match. But with who?
Just one more. That’s all I need is one more… Charlotte Flair, she’s a badass. I like the way she wrestles. I like the way she wrestles man… Bianca [Belair]. Just one more and I’m good.
As a part of the 2016 class, Moore was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. She looked back on that honor and expressed that it made her feel special.
That was so exciting [WWE Hall of Fame induction]. I was so honored. My family was there and it was just magical. That made me feel real special.
Moore’s last singles match in WWE took place in 2004 when she lost the Cruiserweight Championship to Chavo Guerrero. Moore is the first African-American to win that belt and is the first and only woman to have been WWE Cruiserweight Champion.
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