On this episode of "Prime Time with Sean Mooney," we welcome a trailblazer in women's wrestling, as WWE Hall of Famer Madusa/Alundra Blayze joins us! Madusa recounts her struggles as a kid, having to constantly try to gain approval from her parents. She also talks about the challenges women have historically faced in the world of pro wrestling, often being viewed as a sideshow. Madusa talks about winning PWI's Rookie of the Year award, and what that did to bolster women's wrestling. She also talks about some of the pioneers of women's wrestling, including Wendi Richter and Sherri. Plus, Madusa discusses the evolution of women's wrestling, and the quality of matches comparable to that of the men. She talks about spearheading the WWE women's division before being let go and signing with WCW - and who could forget the image of her throwing the title in the trash on Nitro? Also, Madusa talks about her transition to driving monster trucks, and so much more!
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