Legendary Diva Stacy Keibler Is Rumored To Be Inducted Into The WWE Hall Of Fame Class Of 2023

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For all you wrestling fans out there, we’ve all had our favorites over the years, from The Rock, to Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker, to Steve Austin, or whoever the hell you pulled for.

However, when it comes to WWE divas, there’s one name that always immediately comes to mind…

And that’s Stacy Keibler.

I mean c’mon, Keibler was an absolute staple of WWE, and will forever be an all time favorite for wrestling fans. The former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader made her WWE debut in 2001, and instantly became the crush of every 13 year old boy in America.

Officially, retiring in 2006, she made a guest appearance on Tough Enough in 2011 and then returned in 2019 for Torrie Wilson’s WWE Hall of Fame induction.

With that being said, the 43-year-old mother of three is finally getting some much deserved recognition from the WWE.

And when I say much deserved recognition, I mean she’s getting inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. At least, that’s the rumor according to PWInsider.

“There will be five WWE Hall of Fame members total for the 2023 Class. Officially Announced so far are Rey Mysterio, Andy Kaufman and The Great Muta. 

Dave Bautista will not be inducted this year. Bautista was named to the Hall of Fame in 2020 but was never officially inducted due to the COVID-19 pandemic

This year’s women’s inductee, as PWInsiderElite.com broke on 3/13, is Stacy Keibler. For those who have asked, we are told there is no tag team being inducted this year. Beyond Keibler, who WWE has not officially announced, there is one final member of the Hall to be revealed.”

Since her professional wrestling career ended, she’s has managed to land a number of acting gigs including appearances on Dancing with the Stars, as well as shows like What About Brian, George Lopez, October Road, and even How I Met Your Mother.

However, it appears that she’s taken the last few years to focus on raising a family, and has been incredibly silent on Twitter since 2017.

However, with Hall of Fame rumors swirling about the interwebs, she broke the silence yesterday when she shared a picture with her three kids, saying:

“Hi. Been busy the last few years as a mother, wife, and raising my kids, but excited to be back and reconnect!”

Welcome back Stacy, welcome back.

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