Madusa Micelli has somehow found a new profession that attracts even more rednecks than wrestling.
“I’ve opened many doors where you’re seeing more and more women in the business,” said Miceli, who started in 1999 under Dennis Anderson, the man behind Grave Digger. “It’s phenomenal. I feel fortunate and lucky to be able to do that.
“Being a role model brings tears to your eyes sometimes. Seeing the kids standing in line for hours, I’m very lucky in what I do.”