WWE News: Former Women’s Champion reveals she pitched an interesting storyline involving Brock Lesnar that never happened

WWE News: Former Women's Champion reveals she pitched an interesting storyline involving Brock Lesnar that never happened
WWE News: Former Women's Champion reveals she pitched an interesting storyline involving Brock Lesnar that never happened

WWE News: Former Women’s Champion pitched a storyline involving Brock Lesnar- Former Women’s Champion and the wife of WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix has come up with an interesting theory from the past on her Twitter handle this Thursday. 

Beth Phoenix revealed that she once pitched a storyline idea to be Brock Lesnar’s on-screen little sister right after joining the WWE’s old development territory OVW in 2004. Sharing a post on her official Twitter handle, Beth wrote,

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“Fun Fact: At one of my first gigs as a @WWE extra I pitched a detailed storyline to Michael Hayes to be brought in as Brock Lesnar’s sister. I had ZERO CHILL.”

WWE News: Beth Phoenix is one of the most decorated Women’s Champion

Beth Phoenix is a former Women’s and Diva’s Champion and also a Hall of Famer. She debuted on OVW TV in July 2004, the same year when Lesnar left the company to pursue a career in MMA. 

WWE News: Former Women’s Champion reveals she pitched an interesting storyline involving Brock Lesnar that never happened

She made her debut as the on-screen girlfriend and valet of Chris Masters “The Masterpiece.” This storyline didn’t last for long and she was repackaged the following month in August as the manager of former Money in the Bank contract winner Damian Sandow (known as Aaron “The Idol” Stevens back then).

After all these programs, Beth Phoenix eventually made her main roster debut as a brute force called The Glamazon in 2006 and never looked back. 

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WWE News: What is Beth Phoenix up to now?

Beth Phoenix last competed in a WWE ring in a fatal 4-way women’s tag team match at Wrestlemania 35. She teamed up with her long-time friend Natalya, but the duo couldn’t get their hands on the title. 

Now, the Hall of Famer has happily retired from in-ring action and is seen commentating alongside Vic Joseph and former Intercontinental Champion Wade Barret.