– After hearing of her induction into the 2014 WWE Hall of Fame, Amy “Lita” Dumas posted a letter on Twitter.
She credited the power of social media and its persistence to include her in this year’s Hall of Fame, and also thanked Trish Stratus for paving the way for “our generation of women represented in the HOF” in last year’s class.
“Often in the same breath, I heard support from fans expressing their desire for me to join the ranks of my piers(sic) as well. I had hoped at some point I would, but didn’t realize it would be just around the corner,” Amy wrote.
She summed up her feelings with the following:
“So, here I am Class of 2014 Hall of Fame, the dumpster diving punk rock kid that was never supposed to make it, but with too much kid power to let anything get in my way, gearing up to give a speech and accept my position in front of the ultimate underdog of a city. It seems kind of like the best thing ever- xxx, Amy.”
— Amy Dumas (@AmyDumas) February 11, 2014
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