Alundra Blayze aka Madusa Miceli
Debra Ann Miceli (born February 9, 1964) is a former professional wrestler. She is best known under her ring names Madusa (shorthand for Made in the USA) or Alundra Blayze.
Her early career was spent in the American Wrestling Association, where she held the AWA World Women's Championship one time. In 1988, Miceli was also the first woman to be awarded Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Rookie of the Year.
The following year, she signed a contract with All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling, making her the first foreign wrestler to do so. She later joined World Championship Wrestling (WCW), where she was a member of the Dangerous Alliance, a group of wrestlers managed by Paul E. Dangerously.
Blayze was the centerpiece of the women’s division when WWE reactivated its women’s title in 1993. Blayze, who employed an athletic, hard-hitting in-ring style, held the WWE Women’s Championship three times between December 1993 and December 1995. During that time, she had a memorable title program with legendary Japanese star Bull Nakano.
In an infamous moment during the Monday Night War, Blayze’s final title reign in WWE ended when she showed up on “WCW Monday Nitro” and dropped the WWE Championship belt into a trash can. Blayze was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2015.
Madusa became the first female ever to win a Monster Jam®World FinalsSM Championship in 2004 for her freestyle.