Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi wants to return to the WWE to wrestle again after her pregnancy, and she has been busy begging WWE Chairman Vince McMahon for another shot in the ring.
Of course many people know Snooki from her time on the reality show Jersey Shore, but she did also make an appearance as a guest hostess on Monday Night Raw back in 2011.
However, it wasn't just a guest appearance for Snooki in the WWE, she's more known for her appeared as a competitor alongside the legendary WWE Diva Trish Stratus. Snooki competed at WrestleMania XXXVII where she had a brawl and took part in a six-person Mixed Tag Team match, and the reality star says she's desperate to test herself again.
“I’m actually begging [Vince McMahon] to go back because I want to wrestle more,” she said.
Recovering from pregnancy first
But right now Snooki is pregnant and obviously not in any shape to start wrestling again. This means that any return would be some way off, however, she does admit that she's keeping herself in good shape and would love to experience the ring environment again.
“Just having more muscle and being more flexible, I feel like can do more moves in the ring,” she said. “It was such a fun experience that I would definitely go back for more.”
By the time that Snooki is able to compete the WWE Diva division might need a shot in the arm such as the arrival of a star name.
Even though new Women's champion Paige has given the division some interest of late, there have been suggestions that Vince McMahon is not happy and is willing to look at letting some Divas go.
Celebrities are well known for competing in the WWE
Plenty of celebrities have competed or guest hosted in the WWE, and they have come from a wide range of disciplines. This includes athletes, actors and musicians.
One of the most famous to turn up in the WWE was Muhammed Ali when he was the guest referee during WrestleMania I.
Pound for pound boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. has not only appeared in the WWE, he also wrestled The Big Show at WrestleMania XXIV.
Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul guest hosted Monday Night Raw this year, and Kevin Hart did the same.