Alicia Fox never said she was done; now, she's laying out plans for her return.
Alicia Fox was released from her WWE contract in May 2023 after being a part of the roster for over a decade.
Alicia has not wrestled since 2022, but now she's making plans for her return and detailed the plans during an impromptu reunion with one of her old rivals, Melina.
Melina was in the middle of an interview with MuscleManMalcolm when Alicia Fox came over to greet her, and the two began talking about their future.
Fox revealed that she is planning on "knocking off some ring dust" with Booker T, but then she's looking to knock on some forbidden doors.
Alicia Fox: Where should we go do this forbidden door stuff? We have some stuff we haven't finished. Are you working, wrestling?
Melina: I don't want to [wrestle] because it seems like everybody's just like, 'Here, do a match.' It means nothing. If we're going to do something, let's tell a story. Let's make it amazing.
Alicia Fox: We're out of the box. We're out. I was like, 'well, I got some things to take care of. This is what I'm going to do; I'm going to go knock some ring dust off with Booker —
Melina: Oh my God! Really? I thought you were done!?
Alicia Fox: I never said that. The machine said that. Girl, this appearance has been eye-opening. I didn't put my face on that alumni section. I never said that. My bags are still packed. I'm pissed about it. So this is what I'm thinking, so I'm talking to Booker and Sharmell, and then I'll go do that. Then, we'll go knock on Trin's house and then Sasha's house...
Melina: If this is the plan, I am 100% for that, and then I'll end my career on that.
Alicia Fox: That's fine, me too.
Alicia Fox has not wrestled a singles match since 2019, when she lost to Becky Lynch on the April 22 episode of Monday Night Raw. Her last match overall was the 2022 Women's Royal Rumble Match.
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