The Beautiful Women Of The WWE Outside The Ring

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Torrie Wilson In WWE

Torrie Wilson may not have been the most famous addition to the WWE’s roster when the company purchased WCW in 2001, but she was definitely the most attractive. She made an impact immediately in WWE, appearing in what would be one of the most popular matches ever against Sable at Judgment Day in 2002. She never won the women’s title, but she showed she could be a hero or villain with equal charisma throughout her time in WWE.

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Torrie Wilson In Real Life

Fortunately for WWE fans, Torrie hasn’t completely disappeared from WWE programming. She made a number of appearances since leaving full-time duty in 2009, including an appearance on the 25th anniversary of Monday Night Raw. She also was one of the wrestlers involved in the first-ever women’s Royal Rumble match in 2018. Outside of wrestling, she focuses on her lifestyle and fitness brand.

Bull Nakano In WWE

Bull Nakano debuted in the WWE in 1994, when women’s wrestling wasn’t exactly mainstream yet. She helped build up the women’s side of the sport, though, competing in a division with her ally Luna Vachon and WWE Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze. She would even win the women’s title from Blayze in one of her matches before she left the WWE for good.

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Bull Nakano In Real Life

After leaving the WWE, Bull Nakano retired from wrestling altogether in 1997. Her real name is Keiko Nakano, and what she loved to do outside of the ring would surprise many WWE fans. Her biggest hobby outside of wrestling is golf! In fact, she was so good at golf that after years of hard work, she joined the LPGA tour!

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Kelly Kelly In WWE

In 2006, the strangely named Kelly Kelly was signed to a WWE contract and was quickly a big hit with the company’s fans. It didn’t hurt that as a part of the revamped ECW brand; she was allowed to do stripteases and other risque things on her segment, “Kelly’s Expose.” She eventually made her Monday Night Raw debut and would become a Divas champion in 2011.

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Kelly Kelly In Real Life

Fortunately, her real name is Barbara Jean Blank, not Kelly Kelly. She has been retired from wrestling since 2012 but has definitely remained in the public eye. She continues to model and appears on the show WAGS LA. She has also been seen in the long-running soap Days of Our Lives. In 2018, she returned for one night only to compete in the first women’s Royal Rumble match.

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Jacqueline In WWE

Jacqueline is instantly recognizable to fans of the WWE’s famed Attitude Era. She was Sable’s foil in the late 90s and continued to appear in various capacities afterward, even winning the WWE Cruiserweight Championship over Chavo Guerrero! She also worked as a manager from time to time and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame’s Class of 2016 for her excellent career.

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Jacqueline In Real Life

In the time after her WWE run concluded, Jacqueline shifted gears and got into acting. She took some lessons and appeared in TV movies and other productions, with one notable performance coming in Against All Odds. She participated in the first women’s Royal Rumble match but was one of the many participants thrown out by Nia Jax.

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Rosa Mendes In WWE

Rosa Mendes was eliminated from the 2006 WWE Diva Search after only making it to the final eight, but was still offered a contract. She spent time learning the business in OVW and FCW before premiering on Raw. She was first billed as Beth Phoenix’s intern but eventually became the manager for Primo and Epico.

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Rosa Mendes In Real Life

In real life, Rosa’s name is Melina Roucka. She retired from wrestling in February 2017, one year after having her first child with her husband, clothing designer and musician Bobby Schubenski. She now focuses on her fitness website, “Totally Fit Mama.” She provides meal plans and workouts for her clients through the website.

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Beth Phoenix In WWE

Beth Phoenix’s career got off to a rough start as she had her jaw broken in her first televised match on WWE. However, the woman known as “The Glamazon” would go on to be a highly decorated competitor, winning three women’s titles and becoming just the second woman to compete in the Royal Rumble. She retired in 2012 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame five years later.

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Beth Phoenix In Real Life

Beth, whose real name is Elizabeth Kocianski, is married to a fellow WWE Hall of Famer in real life. She has been married to Adam Copeland, better known as Edge, since 2016. She returned for one night in 2018 to compete in the first women’s Royal Rumble match, becoming the first competitor to ever participate in both versions.

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Paige In WWE

Paige became a professional wrestler with the WWE in 2011 and served as the first-ever NXT women’s champ before joining the WWE roster in 2014. There, her ascent to greatness was rapid. She won two Divas Championships and set herself apart from the rest of the division with her distinctive look and style.

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Paige In Real Life

Saraya-Jade Bevis has had some troubles outside the ring during her wrestling career as Paige. She was suspended twice for violations of the WWE’s wellness policy within a one-year span. Following the second violation, the WWE confirmed that she tested positive for using an illegal substance. She came back in 2017 to lead the group Absolution.

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Melina In WWE

In 2004, Melina made a big splash as the manager of MNM, a new WWE tag team. They were hugely successful, winning three tag titles with Melina as their manager. In 2005, she started wrestling, showing off the athleticism that helped her do her famous ring entrance, where she does the splits on the ring apron. She won a total of five championships as a wrestler.

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Melina In Real Life

After leaving the WWE in 2012, Melina returned to wrestling in 2015, making sporadic appearances in smaller organizations. She is still active on social media and maintains a blog where she talks about her life and charitable work. She also continues to make public appearances at various events.

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Michelle McCool In WWE

Michelle McCool was known as quite a performer in the ring and outside of it during her WWE tenure. She won both the Divas Championship and the Women’s Championship and was also involved in memorable moments such as her rivalries with Marie and Eve over the years. She also was a close partner with Layla during her time as a wrestler.

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Michelle McCool In Real Life

Wrestling is a big part of Michelle’s life even in retirement, as she is married to The Undertaker, who still makes annual appearances at Wrestlemania after a storied career as a full-time performer. She’s a wife and mom and surprisingly enough for someone married to The Undertaker, a Christian.

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Mickie James In WWE

Mickie James began as a female manager in the late 1990s but quickly discovered that she had a knack for wrestling, as well. She wrestled for a few years in smaller shows before joining the WWE in 2005, where she won a total of six solo championships. She recently came back to the WWE and was a competitor in the first women’s Royal Rumble match, too.

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Mickie James In Real Life

You may be surprised to learn that Mickie James is a woman of many talents. She is a country music singer, of all things, having recorded two albums so far. She released the single “Don’t Be Afraid to Fly” in 2018 and was inducted into the Native American Music Hall of Fame in October 2017. She’s also a devoted mother and owns a ranch.

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Stephanie McMahon In WWE

Stephanie McMahon was a fan favorite when abducted by The Undertaker in her first on-screen storyline. However, she would later spurn her storyline fiance, Test, for real-life beau Triple H and begin a long run as one of the top villains of the company. She continues to play a huge role on-screen in the WWE, even feuding with Ronda Rousey.

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Stephanie McMahon In Real Life

In real life, Stephanie is married to Paul Levesque, better known as Triple H. They have children together, and Stephanie is also a high-ranking executive within the company. Although Stephanie hadn’t wrestled since 2014, she changed all of that when the company brought Ronda Rousey into the fold in 2018.

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Trish Stratus In WWE

Perhaps the greatest female wrestler in WWE history, Trish Stratus began as a manager after a career as a fitness model before joining the organization. After some time, Trish would win seven women’s titles and be voted “WWE Babe of the Year” three times. She was also named as the “Diva of the Decade” during a time when many of the most famous female personalities in WWE history were active.

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Trish Stratus In Real Life

In real life, Trish is known as Patricia Stratigeas and still has a life that is based highly on fitness. She has her own yoga studio in Canada, which is aptly named Stratusphere. She recently took part in the women’s Royal Rumble and did well, finishing fifth. She even had a memorable in-ring showdown with old rival Mickie James.

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Lita In WWE

Lita was a pioneer in the WWE as someone who not only wrestled against both women and men but who was able to do some of the high-flying moves that her on-screen allies, the Hardy Boyz, were famous for. She was also aligned with Edge after a real-life love triangle with him, herself, and Matt Hardy. She won four Women’s Championships.

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Lita In Real Life

Although Lita has retired as an active competitor, she has definitely not ended her association with the brand that helped give her the fame she earned over the years. She joined the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014 and shortly after appeared on Tough Enough as a trainer. She has also worked for WWE behind the scenes as a writer.

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Alexa Bliss In WWE

Alexa Bliss has ascended quickly in the WWE, first making a name for herself during a three-year stint in NXT before eventually joining the Smackdown brand in 2016. She earned the show’s women’s title before her first year was up and has since moved to Raw, where she became the longest-reigning Raw Women’s Champion ever.

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Alexa Bliss In Real Life

Alexa was a competitive bodybuilder and gymnast before becoming a wrestler, which are certainly two fields closely associated with wrestling. Her many influences outside the ring include characters from films and comics, such as Freddy Krueger, Harley Quinn, and Iron Man. Her colorful ring attire is often based on real-life fan interests of hers.

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Asuka In WWE

Asuka has really shaken up the WWE since she joined, beginning with her unprecedented winning streak. She earned her stripes in Japan before coming to the United States and honed her skills in developmental territories before joining the main roster. Her unconventional style and mannerisms have been a hit, and she won the 2018 women’s Royal Rumble match.

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Asuka In Real Life

Outside of the ring, Asuka is known by the name of Kanako Urai. She is a woman of many interests and has an artistic side to her, as she has worked in graphic design in the past. She also enjoys writing and owns a hair salon, so you can add “entrepreneur” to her list of roles. Asuka certainly likes to keep busy.

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Alicia Fox In WWE

In 2008, Alicia Fox was introduced as a wedding planner for the unlikely couple of Edge and Vickie Guerrero. Eventually, she moved on to manage DJ Gabriel in ECW before eventually challenging for the Divas Championship. When she won the title in 2010, she became the first black woman to ever win that particular belt.

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Alicia Fox In Real Life

Victoria Crawford has had one of the longest runs of any of the current WWE women, although an injury kept her from performing in the first-ever women’s Royal Rumble match. When she’s not wrestling, Alicia likes to pitch in to help charitable causes that have to do with cancer research and awareness. She also likes to support the US troops whenever possible.

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Alundra Blayze In WWE

One of the women that deserves credit for putting women’s wrestling on the map in the WWE was Alundra Blayze, who wrestled during the early and mid-1990s with the company. She is perhaps best known for her departure to WCW, during which she threw the WWE’s Women’s Championship in the garbage on Monday Nitro. She never wrestled on WWE television again.

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Alundra Blayze In Real Life

In real life, Alundra Blayze is better known as Debrah Ann Miceli. She has no fear of entering a male-dominated profession, as she went from professional wrestling to the world of monster truck driving, where she performs as Madusa. In 2015, Alundra was inaugurated into the WWE Hall of Fame.

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Becky Lynch In WWE

Becky Lynch started wrestling in small shows throughout Europe before she had a terrible injury that doctors were concerned may have caused serious nerve damage to her brain. However, five years later she returned to wrestling against all the odds. She then debuted with the WWE in 2013 and won the Smackdown Women’s Championship in 2016 to cap off her comeback story.

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Becky Lynch In Real Life

Becky Lynch’s real name is Rebecca Quin. She studied acting in Ireland, which has not only helped her to succeed in the ring but also allowed her to appear on-screen as a stuntwoman. She also appeared in the film The Marine 6: Close Quarters. The film also starred fellow WWE competitors The Miz and Shawn Michaels.

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Eve Torres In WWE

Eve Torres joined the WWE after winning the 2007 Diva Search. She would work hard to top the ranks and win the Diva’s Championship in 2010. She defeated Maryse to win the title, which was certainly a career highlight. In 2013, she would decide to retire from active competition and move on to other pursuits.

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Eve Torres In Real Life

Before wrestling, Eve Torres was a member of the Los Angeles Clippers’ dance team. She now turns her experience in jiu-jitsu into a role as an instructor of the Brazilian martial art. She has also appeared in Supergirl and The Matador. Impressively, she earned a degree in industrial and systems engineering.

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Layla In WWE

Like Eve Torres, Layla started out as a dancer before joining the WWE, though she was affiliated with the Miami Heat. She won the WWE Diva Search in 2006, a year before Eve did. She performed in ECW before joining Smackdown and partnering with Michelle McCool. When she won the Divas Championship in 2012, she was the first British woman to do so.

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Layla In Real Life

In 2015, Layla retired from active in-ring competition. That was the same year that she married Ricky Ortiz, which made it clear that she was looking forward to starting her family life. She now has a successful career as a real estate agent and lives with Ortiz in Arizona, where the two are quite happy together.

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Maryse In WWE

Maryse was a participant in the 2006 Diva Search and was offered a contract despite failing to win the competition. A former model, she was the first competitor to become a multiple-time Diva’s Championship winner. In 2012, she was released by the organization, although she would make a comeback a few years later.

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Maryse In Real Life

Maryse’s marriage to The Miz has helped pave the way to her current on-air role, where she manages him. She also stars in the reality series Miz & Mrs., which airs on the USA network. She appears to have put her in-ring activity on hold due to her pregnancy, so maybe she’ll be more devoted to family matters in the future.

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Ronda Rousey In WWE

Most women in the WWE don’t have the notoriety that Ronda Rousey had when she signed on to compete in the organization. That’s because Ronda is a multiple time champion in women’s mixed martial arts. In 2018, she made her WWE debut with an appearance at the end of the company’s annual Royal Rumble event.

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Ronda Rousey In Real Life

Long before teaming up with Kurt Angle to face Triple H and Stephanie McMahon at Wrestlemania 34, Ronda Rousey was a multiple-time world champion in both the UFC and Strikeforce. She was also the first US woman to win an Olympic medal in judo, following in the footsteps of her mom, who was a world champion in the sport.

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Sable In WWE

Sable took women’s wrestling to the next level as the official poster girl of the Attitude Era in the WWE. She started out as Marc Mero’s valet but would ultimately beat him in a match before striking out on her own as a competitor. Eventually, though, she filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the organization and left, only to return briefly in 2003.

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Sable In Real Life

In real life, Sable’s name is Rena, and she is married to pro wrestling and mixed martial arts superstar Brock Lesnar. They’ve been married since 2006 and have two sons together. This isn’t her first marriage to a wrestler, having previously been married to Marc Mero. Like Brock, Sable prefers to stay out of the spotlight.

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Noelle Foley In WWE

Noelle Foley’s name definitely sounds familiar because her father is Mick Foley, one of the most celebrated WWE personalities of the last twenty years. He was a three-time world champ and multiple-time tag champion, and Noelle is one of his four children with wife Colette. Noelle has been seen in WWE programming a number of times but hasn’t wrestled yet.

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Noelle Foley In Real Life

It looked like Noelle may have her first match when she took issue with Stephanie McMahon in 2017 over her father’s storyline firing, but nothing much came of it. Behind the scenes, her father has been supportive of her efforts, although he is understandably nervous about having a child that would follow in his footsteps.

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Nikki Bella In WWE

Nikki Bella is one-half of the Bella Twins with her sister, Brie. She debuted on WWE’s Smackdown show in 2008 after a year in Florida Championship Wrestling. Since then, she has won a pair of solo titles, with one of her Divas Championship reigns lasting 301 days, which is quite an accomplishment.

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Nikki Bella In Real Life

Nikki Bella is successful inside and out of the ring. She recently got engaged with John Cena, who is one of the most successful WWE wrestlers of all time. Nikki has also competed on the show Dancing With the Stars. She’s a fan of fashion and has started Birdiebie, an activewear brand with her sister, Brie.

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