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Generations gap. There have been all kinds of stars throughout WWE’s history, though only a few of them have been able to become legends. Those stars are some of the most well remembered names in wrestling history and they will occasionally pop up here and there. Sometimes you will see them get together with a similar modern star and that is the idea that has been pitched again.

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Over the last two weeks, vignettes have aired on SmackDown, showing Lacey Evans training with the United States Marine Corps. Evans, a former member of the Corps, has spoken about wanting to get back to basics. This led to a fan asking WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter if he would train her. In response, Slaughter said that he would love to, but said that Evans would have to make it through Camp Slaughter. Evans then sent out a tweet of her own, asking where she reported in. There is nothing to suggest that WWE will be having Slaughter make an appearance.

Would Love The Opportunity?? & I’m Sure @LaceyEvansWWE Would Live Becoming The @WWE Women’s Champion? But She’d Have To Make It Through #CampSlaughter??

— SGT SLAUGHTER (@_SgtSlaughter) December 9, 2022

Where do I report in? ???

— Lacey Evans ~ WWE Superstar. (@LaceyEvansWWE) December 9, 2022

There is a connection there. Check out how the two would fit together:

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Opinion: This is the kind of thing that would make all kinds of sense if WWE chooses to go in this direction. If nothing else, Slaughter is the kind of legend who is mainly known for one idea and it would fit in perfectly with Evans at the moment. I don’t think WWE is actually going to have the two appear together, but Evans certainly seems willing to go along with the idea.

What do you think of the concept? Will WWE actually put the two together in any way? Let us know in the comments below.

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