Lacey Evans Sends her Thanks to WWE for Memorial Day Activity where she served as Honorary Grand Marshal

Lacey Evans Sends her Thanks to WWE for Memorial Day Activity where she served as Honorary Grand Marshal

Lacey Evans, a WWE RAW Superstar, has expressed her thankfulness for the opportunity to attend this year's Coca-Cola 600 and spend time with the troops over Memorial Day weekend.

The NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 race was conducted on Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina, with the former US Marine serving as Honorary Grand Marshal. She was given the task of signaling the drivers to start their engines, which is a common occurrence in motorsport.

Lacey Evans rushed to Twitter to express her gratitude to WWE, NASCAR, and Coca-Cola for the opportunity.

She wrote:

"Huge shout out and thank you to NASCAR, Coca-Cola and WWE for allowing me the opportunity to spend memorial day weekend with incredible gold star families and our troops! Freedom isn't free and I can't put into words what their sacrifices mean to me as an American. #ThankYou."

Lacey Evans Was A Huge Support to Bianca Belair during her WWE career

The Sassy Southern Belle had a huge influence on Bianca Belair's career, according to wrestling veteran Mark Henry. The EST of WWE scouted the World's Strongest Man and invited Evans to work with her.

On the Busted Open podcast, Mark Henry indicated that the two stars might start a storyline for the title on the main roster.

"And she's [Lacey Evans] the one that helped Bianca get to the level that she's gotten to. And I can't wait for her to come back, get her s**t in and be the one who says, 'Hey, remember all the times I worked with you? Remember all the times I pushed you? That I put you through drill camp? It's time to give that favor back and get a shot at that title down the road. I taught you a lot, but I ain't teach you everything.' And those are the kind of stories that can make something more than what it already is because before Bianca Belair, Evans had that spot," said Henry.

Both talents are presently signed to the red brand, and Belair is the current RAW Women's Champion. As a result, it's feasible that they'll start a new feud in the future.

More about Lacey Evans

Lacey Evans was born Macey Estrella-Kadlec on March 24, 1990, in Georgia, United States. 

She is a professional wrestler from the United States who is presently signed to WWE and acts under the ring name Lacey Evans on the Raw brand.

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Evans was first introduced to wrestling while serving in the Marine Corps as a military police officer, and she trained and began her career on the independent circuit.

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