It’s official! Former WWF Women’s Champion ‘Mighty’ Molly Holly is going to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
The news was announced on the latest edition of The Bump, on which Molly was appearing as a guest.
The news was revealed to Molly — real name, Nora Benshoof — on air by her former WWE teammate Shane “Hurricane” Helms.
The 43-year-old was a stalwart of WWE’s women’s division during the Attitude Era and beyond. She signed with WWE in 2000 and was introduced as the cousin of Bob “Hardcore” Holly and Crash Holly. Later she assumed the role of Mighty Molly and teamed up with fellow superhero Hurricane Helms.
Molly parted ways with WWE in 2005 but has made occasional appearances in the intervening years.
The tender moment between Molly and Hurricane came shortly after Kayla Braxton had announced that a 2021 WWE Hall of Fame special will stream on Peacock on April 6 — that same week as WrestleMania 37.
WWE has also confirmed that the special will include both the 2020 and 2021 WWE Hall of Fame classes. As you probably recall, the 2021 Hall of Fame induction ceremony was scrapped due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
— WWE’s The Bump (@WWETheBump) March 10, 2021