WWE Hall Of Famer Rules Out Return: “I Had All The Moments”

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WWE Hall of Famer Molly Holly isn’t going to be following in the footsteps of almost every other retired wrestler and getting back in the ring for one more match.

Molly Holly was one of the shining lights of the women’s division in the early 2000s. Introduced as a cousin of both Hardcore and Crash Holly, Molly went on to find the spotlight for herself as Mighty Molly before introducing a more self-righteous side of herself to WWE fans.

Holly captured the WWE Women’s Championship on two occasions and became one of only a few women to win championship gold mainly competed over by male stars when she won the Hardcore Championship – albeit for a matter of minutes – at WrestleMania 18.

Speaking to Wrestling Inc. Molly Holly was asked if she’d consider a return to the ring for the often-clamoured for one more match:

“I really don’t believe that there’s anything I could add to the business. I just feel so complete in my career. I don’t feel that it’s like, oh, if I just had this moment. I already had all the moments. I really want to save the TV time for the younger people to have their moments.”

Does Molly Holy still work for WWE?

Although Molly Holly is unlikely to appear on TV for the company anytime soon, she still works backstage as a producer. Holly touched on her role and said the role has been really fun as she gets to help current stars who were fans of hers:

“I feel like I fell right into place as far as fitting in. And I really liked a lot of the new performers, they used to watch me on TV when they were kids. So it’s fun to hear their perspective of my career just from being fans of mine and then to be a part of what they’re doing now and to give them encouragement. So I really, really like working backstage. It’s been really fun.”

Molly Holly last competed in a WWE ring in the 2022 Women’s Royal Rumble being eliminated by another superhero – at least at the time – Nikki A.S.H.