the Fabulous Moolah

Why Public Outcry Put Over the “Fabulous” Moolah

The Life of the Fabulous Moolah.

After overwhelming disapproval and dissent by the public at large at their goal of paying homage to the Fabulous Moolah with a bout at Wrestlemania in March 2018, the WWF conceded to popular opinion and changed their plans. Though she was technically a heel/villain, the outcry wasn’t about her as a wrestling. Taking advantage of her students isn’t the only abhorrent thing the First Goddess of the Squared Circle did to make herself genuinely and profoundly disliked.

Why a Legendary, Hall of Fame Wrestler was Put Over By Public Outrage

The Fabulous Moolah sexually and financially exploited women and girls. She ruined countless lives even those who idolized her and pursued careers to imitate Moolah. She held the Women’s Wrestling Championship throne for a total of almost 30 years, and she wrestled alongside her best friend against wrestler Victoria in next to nothing in her mid-70s without fear.

“I Want Money! I want Moolah!”

The story of a particularly influential wrestler whose reputation is polarizing, at best and at worst.The WWE nearly honored her legacy with a battle royal last month. But the public’s fury put over that notion. This episode is about the reasons behind all the genuine, real life heat for the acclaimed women’s wrestler, wrestling trainer, and the record holder for being the Divas champion in the WWE, first goddess of the squared circle, the Fabulous Moolah.

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