The WWE Hall of Fame usually inducts one female performer every years and this year their choice was a bit of a surprise, but not because of her credentials. She definitely deserves it. The reason it was a surprise is because Debrah "Madusa" Miceli (aka Alundra Blayze in WWE) has been ignored by WWE for nearly 20 years. Apparently those days are over with the expectation that she is a part of the 2015 WWE Hall of Fame class. When fans think of Madusa, which was the name she was most known for, the first thing they think about was when she dumped the WWF Women's Title in a trash can on the December 18, 1995 edition of WCW Monday Nitro. It was one of those things that was unbelievable to see because they were rival promotions and it was a huge insult to WWE. It's taken this long for WWE to welcome her back. Those are some hard feelings huh? While that may be what she's most known for, it really shouldn't be. She's one of the best women's wrestlers ever. Her career started back in 1984 when she was 20 years old, she worked for the AWA, All Japan, WCW, WWE and WCW again with her last match taking place in 2000. She got out of the business before WWE bought them so they couldn't own the trademark to the Madusa name. When WCW died she moved away from the business to pursue other interests. Thanks to the WWE Hall of Fame she'll finally be remembered for her greatness this year. Some fans will remember her fondly. Others may have no idea who she is. It's time to take a look back at her career by focusing on ten things you should know about Madusa. This will be a look at her career starting from the early years in the business and up to what she's been doing after leaving the wrestling business.