Madusa Was "Scared Sh*tless" Seeing Vince McMahon After 20 Years At Her WWE Hall Of Fame Induction
After their previous history
Madusa has revealed she was "scared sh*tless" when she met Vince McMahon for the first time in 20 years at her 2015 Hall Of Fame induction.
Madusa was one of the most successful women in WWE during the 1990s but she was blacklisted from the company after she joined WCW in December 1995 and dropped the then WWF Women's Championship into a trash can following pressure from Eric Bischoff.
The moment has gone down in history as one of the most memorable moments from the Monday Night Wars but it ultimately meant WWE wouldn't recognise Madusa's legacy in women's wrestling until 20 years later when she was inducted into the company's Hall Of Fame.
Reflecting on her induction with Wrestling Inc, Madusa admitted she didn't know what to expect at the event when meeting McMahon.
"I was scared sh*tless actually. I didn't know what to expect, I hadn't seen Vince in 20 years or whatever, I didn't know what to expect. But the initial coming in, meeting everybody, seeing everyone, doing everything, and then that initial hello to Vince was just overwhelmingly wonderful. He was so kind and nice. Hopefully, it wasn't a work but in this business, you don't know. But I would hope not, I don't think so," she said.
"I've always been a Vince girl. I would always show up, I was never late to gigs, I always passed my piss test. It was one of those freak things, he wanted to change it up and he got rid of the women."
Since her induction, Madusa has continued to make appearances in WWE and she now works backstage in the National Wrestling Alliance.