Stacy Keibler To Be Inducted Into WWE Hall Of Fame 2023

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Stacy Keibler has officially been announced for the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2023 with the former superstar saying “I had tears in my eyes” when she got the call.

It was announced by that Stacy Keibler will be a part of the WWE Hall of Fame induction class of 2023 this Friday, March 31st in Los Angeles.

When Stacy Keibler joined the pro wrestling business in 1999, she won a content to be a Nitro Girl in WCW. She was just 20 years old when she started in WCW. Soon after that, the Nitro Girls ended and she became a character named Miss Hancock.

After WWE bought WCW in March 2001, Keibler was one of the women that signed with WWE. She was a part of the Invasion storyline with her good friend Torrie Wilson.

In the years that followed, Stacy wrestled on occasion while also competing in bikini contests and other competitions along the way. She was also a manager for wrestlers like Test (who she dated for several years), Scott Steiner, The Dudley Boyz and others.

While Stacy Keibler never won a championship in her WWE career from 2001 to 2006, she was clearly one of the most popular women in the company while she was there.

In an interview with PEOPLE, Stacy said she was in tears.

“I never thought I would be in the Hall of Fame, to be honest. I was completely shocked when I got the call. I had tears in my eyes.”

A WWE representative called Stacy about it two weeks ago.

“When she told me, I screamed, and tears were in my eyes, and I was completely overwhelmed with just gratefulness.”

These days, the 43-year-old Stacy Keibler is married to Jared Pobre, and they have three young children named Ava Grace, Bodhi Brooks, and Isabella Faith, in their homes in Austin, Texas, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Stacy and Jared have been married since 2014.

“My husband’s coming, my husband’s family’s coming, my family, my kids. We have friends coming from L.A., from Austin. So it’s really exciting because a lot of these people didn’t get to see me in action.”

“I get tears in my eyes every time, How am I going to keep it together? I got to keep it together.”

As you might expect, Stacy Keibler wants to thank the fans for supporting her.

“The fans are the ones that made it possible. I owe so much to them for getting me to this point in my career.”

Four days ago, she reactivated her Twitter account to post a photo with her young family.

The other names officially announced for the 2023 WWE Hall of Fame are Rey Mysterio, The Great Muta and late comedian Andy Kaufman.