Candice Reveals Her Biggest Regret, Updates On Former Divas

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— Former WWE Women’s Champion Candice Michelle spoke to www.Candi-Shop.org on a slew of topics including her favorite wrestling matches, whether she will ever return to the industry, what made her decide to enter the Diva Search contest in 2004, her greatest accomplishment, and much more.

The former WWE Diva also made note of her multiple injuries, saying her biggest regret was returning to the ring too quickly from them. However, she wants people to know that she’s not injury prone.

“The biggest frustration of my career has been my lack of responsibility to myself thus resulting in my injuries,” Michelle said.

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“Some things are unpredictable in the ring but after one broken collarbone and not a release note from the doctor to get back in the ring, but I did anyways because I was so excited to get back resulting in shattering it and surgery. Then I tried overdoing it on my return and not listening to my body resulting in the two torn ligaments. So to everyone who thinks I’m injury prone, that’s such phony baloney! It would be easy to say that but I’m a big girl and learned to take responsibility for my mistakes. “There’s no mistakes as long as you learn from them!” Needless to say I learned the hard way!”

You can read the interview in its entirety at the following link. She also reveals whether she was upset with being released by WWE.

— Former WWE Divas Candice Michelle, Lisa Marie Varon, Lilian Garcia and Amy “Lita” Dumas are available for personal appearances and autograph sessions via The I.P.A. Network, which represents a number of celebrities and wrestling stars. Those interested in booking them can contact Steve Woolf at [email protected] or visit www.ipanetwork.com.

— Lilian Garcia is auctioning off a sexy red outfit featured in the 2005 book “WWE DIVAS UNCOVERED.” You can view the auction at the following link.

— In today’s wrestling birthday, Bob “Hardcore” Holly turns 47 years old.