Catfight, Part 2Maria's eyes flickered open, and quickly closed again. A fluorescent light panel glowed on the ceiling directly above her, something that she found quite confusing. She certainly didn't remember there being fluorescent lights in her hotel room especially not a five-star hotel like the one she was staying in. So why was there one now, all of a sudden?
Again she opened her eyes, and squinted, allowing her pupils to become fully accustomed to the cold light. It was when she began to turn her head and look around the room when she realized she was not in her hotel suite, nor was she wearing her favorite maroon-colored velvet negligee.
She was almost did a double take as she discovered that she was lying in a hospital bed, dressed in a sky blue hospital gown. But what on earth was she doing here?
I think she's waking up, a male voice from across the room remarked.
Maria snapped her head in the direction the voice was coming from. A few feet away from her, along the wall w
Catfight, Part 1Officiating was never one of Maria's strongest points. In fact, until about a year and a half ago, wrestling hadn't been a strong point. Up until she'd broken up with Santino Marella, about the only thing she was good at was, well, nothing. Except maybe looking cute. But she didn't exactly need any kind of talent to look cute, to be honest. She simply was.
Dumping Santino had definitely been the best decision Maria ever made in her WWE career. Once he was out of her life forever, she finally got the chance to really learn how to wrestle, and despite having done a much-talked-about photoshoot for Playboy magazine the main thing that led to her leaving her boot print on Santino's egotistical ass she quickly discovered that she was much better suited in the ring, rather than in front of a camera with little or nothing on. Heck, she was the first Diva to defeat the brawny and intimidating Beth Phoenix by pinfall. That had to say something significant.
In spite of all that, sh