Molly Holly came up in WWE during the Divas era where more emphasis was placed on sexuality than wrestling.
Fit Finlay helped change the game for the women in WWE when he became the agent and pushed for more wrestling and less T&A.
Speaking to Sean Waltman on Pro Wrestling 4 Life, Molly Holly praised Fit and recalled one agent who tried out and wanted to keep things the same.
"Before Fit Finlay became our agent, they had tried out a few other agents, and I'm not going to name names, but there is an old school wrestler, who I love as a person, who got tried out as one of our agents and no lie is like 'why don't we do this spot where you put your face in Trish's boobs and [motorboat].' I'm like, 'What? What are you talking about? Are we rewinding time?' It was awful. I actually told John Laurinaitis, who was Head to Talent Relations, 'This guy is going to get in trouble for sexual harassment. He does not mean any harm, he's just thinking like he's never seen our show before and doesn't know what we can do. That's when Fit Finlay was brought in and it was awesome. Fit was like, 'You can rip her head off and throw her over the top rope!' He was excited about making it happen and it totally changed what we were allowed to do and how it worked," she recalled.
Molly didn't name the agent who tried out. Finlay became a trainer for WWE in 2001.
Elsewhere during the podcast, Molly recalled her one meeting with Vince McMahon during her time in WWE. You can find her full comments by clicking here.
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