Rey Mysterio and The Great Muta will have to make way for one more wrestler to be inducted as part of the 2023 WWE Hall of Fame. The WWE confirmed that Stacy Keiblerr will be a 2023 WWE Hall of Fame inductee.
The former WWE Diva broke out in the late 90s in the WCW following his career as a cheerleader with the NFL's Baltimore Ravens. Keibler started as a Nitro Girl contestant and dance troupe member before appearing on screen as "Miss Hancock" alongside Lenny Lane and Brad "Lodi" Cain. When the WCW became part of the WWE, Keiber started using her real name.
The 43-year-old Maryland native was part of several memorable storylines throughout the 2000s, including managing The Dudley Boyz and becoming "Super Stacy" alongside The Hurricane and Rosey. For a time, Keibler was also the on-screen girlfriend of Randy Orton in one of the rare instances The Legend Killer was a babyface.
Throughout her time with the WCW and WWE, Keibler was considered as a "sex symbol" and widely referred to as "The Legs of WCW" and "The Legs of WWE."
Keibler officially retired from in-ring action in July 2006 and only returned in 2019 to induct close friend and fellow WWE diva, Torrie Wilson, into the WWE Hall of Fame.
Outside of the WWE, Keibler is best known for her modelling career and appearances in television. She had a two-episode role in the hit TV series, How I Met Your Mother. Keibler was also partnered with Tony Dovolina where they competed the second season of Dancing with the Stars and ended up placing third once the season ended.
Stacy Keibler is part of the playable character roster of WWE 2K22 and WWE 2K23.
Speaking of Rey Mysterio, the legendary 619 wrestler is set to square off against his own son at WrestleMania 39.