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ORLANDO — In a classy speech to mark her induction into the WWE Hall of Fame on Friday night, Beth Phoenix thanked, by name, her trainers, her opponents, the current women’s roster and her family. She saved her most unique thanks for her husband, Adam Copeland, also known as WWE Hall of Famer Edge.
“I want to thank my husband Adam,” Phoenix began as the crowd chanted, “Edge, Edge, Edge.” “You might also know him as…
I didn’t know when — or if — I’d ever experience that feeling.
I certainly didn’t think I’d have that opportunity this early in my life.
Wrestlers are often tired, working for almost 300 days a year and hardly get time to spend with their family.
It’s amazing and very, very humbling.” Phoenix, who retired in 2012 at age 31, said she received a call from Mark Carrano, WWE’s vice president of talent relations, in January with the news.
Carrano said WWE boss Vince Mc Mahon and executive vice president Paul “Triple H” Levesque made the decision “To hear they find my career was worthy enough and that I did well enough in the ring to be honored among the greatest of all time was incredible and the biggest compliment I could ever ask for,” Phoenix said. Now, they will be the only spouses to be WWE Hall of Famers.
She debuted on WWE's Raw brand in May 2006, but suffered a legitimate broken jaw the following month.
As a result, she had numerous surgeries and returned to OVW for further training.