According to reports, Lacey Evans has been missing for several months. WWE recently teased Lacey Evans’ return. Hall of Famer Sergeant. Slaughter teases her storyline. Everyone knows that Evans actually served in the military. WWE has plans for Lacey Evans moving forward in the company. Fans of Lacey Evans hope for her success. Many believed that Slaughter was in the army. He never was. He was a Vietnam War veteran, so he portrayed himself. He has no military experience.
Legend Sgt. Slaughter Teases Lacey Evans
Evans was a Marine Corps veteran for five years. SmackDown Women’s division is now much bigger than RAW, and Evans will likely join this. Evans’ Marine Corps experience was teased, indicating that she is a serious, babyface character. Recent Legend Sgt. Slaughter teased Lacey Evan’s return via Twitter. Sgt. Evans was informed by Slaughter that Evans believed that she offered to put her through Camp Slaughter so she could be Women’s Champion. Evans asked Evans where she should report.
Lacey Evans Fifth Character Change
In 2022, she had four character shifts. She was a heel before she went on a pregnancy hiatus. Her return this year made her a babyface. It didn’t take too long for the heel turn to happen. In the summer 2022, she quietly turned her head and turned her heel once more. It is not clear if she will return as one. This will be her fifth character change. Fans are speculating about whether Evans will be able to fit in with Tegan Nox’s return and the rise of stars like Shotzi and Raquel Rodrigo.
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