Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Jeannie Clark

Jeannie Clark was married to professional wrestler/Judo star Christopher Adams in the 1970s and 1980s.
She made one appearance on television in his corner in a match broadcast on October 28, 1978. The couple divorced sometime in the early 1980s. In 1983, in order to stay in the United States, Clark was shortly married to Billy Jack Haynes. Clark then got together with Steve Austin in 1989 and the couple got married in 1992. Both she and Austin engaged in a memorable feud with her ex-husband (Adams) and his second wife Toni Adams in WCCW in 1990. Both Clark and Austin left the promotion for World Championship Wrestling in May 1991.

Steve Austin was initially managed by an Atlanta area exotic dancer who went under the name of Vivacious Veronica. Veronica was a one night only replacement for Jeannie Clark, who was unable to make it from her Texas area home to the tapings at the Center Stage Theater in Atlanta. When Austin found out that she couldn't appear at the show, he panicked. At the suggestion of Ric Flair, he went down to a local strip club and hired Veronica straight off the stage. He brought her with him to the Center Stage Theater and she accompanied him for his initial matches in the company. Clark was able appear at the next set of television tapings and Vivacious Veronica was never used again. Clark was billed as Lady Blossom in WCW and she made her debut on the June 3, 1991 edition of WCW WorldWide. Blossom came down to ringside to distract Bobby Eaton in his WCW Television Championship match with Austin. Thanks in part to the distraction of Blossom, Austin defeated Eaton for the WCW TV title. From that point on, she would accompany him to the ring until her departure from the company seven months later. The duo didn't have a distinctive gimmick, but they tried to portray themselves as being a couple of high society. Austin would come down to the ring in an extravagant robe whereas Lady Blossom would frequently don a luxurious cleavage-baring evening gown. In a sharp contrast to her time in World Class Championship Wrestling, Lady Blossom didn't get an opportunity to speak much on camera - she spoke on camera on less than a handful of occasions throughout her WCW tenure - perhaps due to her noticeable British accent. Blossom used her actions instead of her words as she didn't hesitate to involve herself in Austin's matches in order for him to retain his WCW Television title. Blossom would frequently interfere in his matches, although her interference would backfire from time to time, not to mention that she was susceptible to being attacked by the wrestlers in which she attempted to cause a distraction to. Lady Blossom wasn't above taking a bump from time to time.

On one occasion, Lady Blossom hopped onto the ring apron in an attempt to distract the referee from the action in the ring. As she was arguing with the referee, Tracy Smothers inadvertently ran into her just as Austin had moved out of the way. Smothers' collision with Blossom jostled her and she fell to the floor mat a few moments later. Also, Lady Blossom would constantly interfere in Austin's TV title matches with PN News and thus he would retain his title time and time again due to her interference. Right when the 10-minute time limit would be drawing near, Blossom would interfere in the match just as Austin was about to be pinned, thus causing a disqualification. Blossom's most frequent method of a disrupting a match was to jump on the back of Austin's opponent just as he was about to be pinned. She would then scratch Austin's opponent's face with her sharp fingernails. Another memorable instance in which Lady Blossom's interference backfired took place in August 1991 on an episode of WCW Power Hour during a TV title match pitting Austin and Ron Simmons. Simmons was on the verge of victory in the match, but Lady Blossom entered the ring and jumped on his back to cause a disqualification. Still on his back, Simmons backed up fairly gently into a corner of the ring. Austin then recovered and attempted to clothesline Simmons but he ducked and Blossom took the brunt of the clothesline. Although, given her classy, lady-like demeanor, Blossom seemed much more concerned with being voyeuristicly exposed than with performing her in-ring actions with full concentration during the entire ordeal with Simmons. Though Blossom had no qualms in regards to flaunting her sexuality, more specifically, her large breasts, she did take issue with potential upskirts occurring - and it was especially evident in this particular situation. On this night, Blossom happened to be wearing a miniskirt in which she was hastily attempting to pull down to prevent her undergarments from being exposed to the audience - while on the back of Simmons no less. After being on the receiving end of the clothesline, Blossom was supposed to have been unconscious due to the devastating maneuver, but she had her mind elsewhere. Blossom performed a rookie mistake by subtly pulling down her miniskirt once again in an attempt to prevent the audience from catching a glimpse of her panties while she was laying flat on the mat in an unconscious state of mind. To Blossom's probable relief, her undergarments were never visible on television due to the camera angle, but she wasn't so lucky on another evening. On this occasion, Blossom had once again latched on to the back of Austin's opponent to prevent a pinfall, in this case, PN News. In an attempt to fend her off, News used a great deal of force and flipped her upside down. As a result, Blossom's undergarments were ultimately exposed once and for all.

For a string of weeks in October 1991, both Blossom and Austin did an angle involving a pair of brass knuckles. During Austin's matches, Lady Blossom would pull out of a pair of brass knuckles that was underhandedly hidden underneath her substantial cleavage and tucked inside one of the cups of her brassiere. When the referee's attention was drawn elsewhere, she would pull the brass knuckles out of her bra and hand the weapon over to Austin so that he could use them on his opponent. Unbeknownst to the official, Austin would strike his opponent with the knuckles and then quickly hand them back over to Blossom. Lady Blossom would then cleverly conceal the brass knuckles inside of her bra again and behave as if nothing ever happened. Austin would then pin his unconscious opponent for the victory. The couple's shenanigans worked for a few weeks, but they were caught within due time. At the conclusion of a match between Steve Austin and PN News on WCW Saturday Night, Lady Blossom helped Austin cheat to win yet again. After the match, an enraged Dustin Rhodes came down to ringside to explain to the referee that Austin had cheated in his match by striking his opponent with a pair of brass knuckles and that the weapon was hidden inside of Lady Blossom's dress. Both Blossom and Austin egged Rhodes on to prove to the referee that they had cheated in the match, but he reluctantly refused to place his hand down her dress knowing the potential sexual harassment issues his action would cause. Moments later, Madusa arrived on to the scene to confront the perpetrators and attempt to verify Rhodes' claims. Madusa then did what Rhodes was much too uncomfortable to do by literally taking matters into her own hands and sticking her hand inside of Blossom's dress. Not so coincidentally, Lady Blossom was wearing a strapless black gown and thus she was braless on this rare occasion. Due to Blossom's braless nature, Madusa was quickly able to pull the concealed weapon out of Blossom's dress and show off her discovery to the crowd. Considering that the referee now had visible evidence that Austin did in fact cheat to win the match, he reversed his decision in favor of News. Both Blossom and Austin could only look on in disbelief due to the events that had just transpired.

Blossom made her final WCW (and wrestling) appearance on November 19, 1991 at Clash of the Champions XVII. Blossom's services were no longer required because Austin was joining Paul E. Dangerously's Dangerous Alliance and thus he didn't need her as a manager anymore. Clark has not appeared in a wrestling ring since that night.

Jeannie Clarke divorced from Steve Austin in 1999 prior to WrestleMania XV. She has two daughters with Williams; Stephanie, born in 1992, and Cassidy, born in 1998. She currently lives in her native England with them. She also has another daughter with Chris Adams; Jade, born around 1980, who splits her time between Colorado and England. Jeannie was very close to Chris, and kept in regular contact with him until his death in 2001. Both Jeannie and Jade are part-time contributors to Chris Adams' official website ( Karen Adams, Chris' widow is also a contributor to Chris Adams' official website as well; maintained by Phillip C Hayes.

Clark unintentionally coined the term "Stone Cold" for Steve Austin while they were having lunch at home one day in 1996. Austin had not attended to the cup of tea she made for him and she said that it was getting "stone cold." On the spot, both Clark and Austin thought that "Stone Cold" would be the perfect nickname for him in the WWF. At the time, both WWF officials and Austin were trying to brainstorm a new ring name for him instead of "The Ringmaster." Austin was none too pleased with the names WWF officials suggested such as "Frosty McFreeze" and "Ice Dagger."

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Donna Adamo - Elektra

ecw, female wrestling, women wrestling, wrestling women, women of wrestlingRing name(s): Elektra
Height: 5 ft 8 in
Weight: 122 lb
Born: November 12th, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York
Trained by: The Fabulous Moolah, Johnny Rodz

Donna Adamo (better known as Elektra) is a former model, professional wrestler and manager who has worked for Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA).

As Elektra, she has managed Danny Doring and Roadkill, Dangerous Alliance (CW Anderson and "Wild" Billy Wiles), with Lou E. Dangerously, EZ Money and Hot Commodity (EZ Money, Julio Dinero and Chris Hamrick).

Donna Adamo grew up in New York City, and being a child of the club scene, Elektra was headed for a modeling career, when she decided instead to follow her heart and train as a pro wrestler. After learning the ropes under the Fabulous Moolah, Lelani Kai, and Velvet McIntyre, Elektra began working the Northeastern Independent circuit. Eventually she found her calling when she debuted in Extreme Championship Wrestling. The 'extreme' promotion was run by an old friend from her club days.

Elektra made her debut as a gift from 'Cyrus the Virus' to Danny Doring when he was in his deepest misery. Elektra provided both ringside assistance and an alluring distraction for opponents of Danny Doring and Roadkill, but she finally opted to align herself with a superior team, Lou E. Dangerously's Dangerous Alliance, CW Anderson and Billy Wiles.

Lashing out at her "old friend" ECW Executive Producer Paul Heyman for not helping her when he was in a position to do so, Elektra declared she would have her revenge by siding with Lou. Stunningly beautiful and 'stacked' enough for two women, Elektra has no fear of entering the ring to defend her men.

Was once married to wrestler Big Dick Dudley and she was one of the “Bada-Bing Girls” that appeared on the TV series The Sopranos.
She owns the club that is portrayed as "Bada-Bing."
In 2003, WWE did a photo shoot with then diva Dawn Marie Psaltis in that same club.

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Sunday, January 28, 2007

Trish Stratus - WWF/WWE

Wrestler name(s) Trish Stratus
Billed height 5 ft 4 in (163 cm)
Billed weight 125 lb (57 kg)
Born December 18, 1975 ,Richmond Hill, Ontario
Resides Richmond Hill, Ontario
Billed from Toronto, Ontario
Trained by Ron Hutchinson,,Nora Greenwald,,Dave Finlay
Pro wrestling debut March 19, 2000
Retired September 17, 2006
Patricia Anne Stratigias (born December 18, 1975), better known by the stage and ring name Trish Stratus, is a Canadian fitness model and former professional wrestler. Formerly working for World Wrestling Entertainment, Stratus retired from professional wrestling on September 17, 2006 after winning her seventh Women's Championship.

Stratus is marketed as the first woman in WWE history to have held the WWE Women's Championship seven times, three more than the four title reigns of The Fabulous Moolah and Lita recognized by WWE.

As a fitness model, Stratus has been featured on the cover of many major health and fitness magazines such as Musclemag, Flare, and Total Women's Fitness. She also released a calendar series called "Dream Team" with fellow model, Stacey Lynn. As a sports entertainer, she was proclaimed the "Diva of the Decade" on the WWE RAW X Anniversary Show. She was voted "WWE Babe of the Year" three times between 2001 and 2003.

Stratus is currently starring alongside Eric Estrada, Jack Osbourne, Jason "Weeman" Acuña, and La Toya Jackson in a reality TV show set in Muncie, Indiana. The show titled Armed and Famous which airs on CBS, has become somewhat of a controversy in the community of Muncie as some of its residents are in fear that the celebrities and the producer of the show, Tom Forman, are out to exploit them and embarrass them for the sake of ratings by filming them against their will. The Mayor of the city, Dan Canan, agreed to the show's presence, claiming national publicity will increase the likelihood of future investors getting to know the city through its police department. The celebrities, trained as reserve police officers, have actual police powers and are involved in doing routine traffic stops and responding to emergency calls. CBS has pulled the plug on Armed and Famous due to bad ratings, it is unknown whether the rest of the episodes will air.

Trish showed up at the IPW indy event in Muncie, Indiana, on December 15, 2006. Stratus was originally scheduled to be a guest referee in the Mr. Smiley vs. Doctor Love main event, but was unable to because she was on duty (being a police officer for the reality series) and could not remove her gun holster. However, she did enforce from ringside, as well as punching Doctor Love's manager, Justin Tyme, in the face, where he henceforth landed in the casket that was ringside.

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Thursday, January 25, 2007

Shaniqua / Linda Miles - WWE

Linda Miles - Shaniqua - wwe wrestling matchesWrestlers Ring name(s) Linda Miles, Shaniqua
Billed Height: 6 ft 0 in (183 cm)
Billed Weight: 155 lb (70 kg)
Born: August 28th, 1978,Cincinnati, Ohio
Trained by: Al Snow, Chavo Guerrero, Jr., Hardcore Holly, Ivory, Jacqueline, John Gaburick
Pro Wrestling Debut: 2002

Linda Miles was born on August 28th, 1978 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
She is an American former pro wrestler and professional wrestling manager. She worked for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) between the years of 2002 and 2004.

Linda was a member of the Rutgers University women's basketball team until she graduated in 2001.
In May of 2001, she tried out for a spot with the Seattle Storm of the WNBA, but was released during training camp.
Linda and her Rutgers teammates were featured in a 2004 documentary film This Is A Game, Ladies, about the team's 2000-2001 season.

In 2002, Linda entered and won the second series of WWE Tough Enough.
She and co-winner (the first time that had happened) Jackie Gayda were awarded developmental contracts with World Wrestling Entertainment. Linda appeared on the June 8th, 2002 episode of WWE Velocity, and faced her trainer, Ivory (Lisa Moretti), with Gayda in her corner. Linda lost to Ivory after Gayda turned heel and pushed her off the top turnbuckle, costing her the match.
On the June 12 episode of "Smackdown," Linda teamed with then WWE Women's Champion Trish Stratus to defeat Gayda and Ivory.

Jackie and Linda were then placed on WWE Raw.
On the June 24, 2002 edition of Raw," Linda teamed with Trish Stratus to defeat Gayda and Molly Holly.
However, due to Gayda's mixed tag match on the July 8th edition of Raw which had several major botches, Linda and Gayda were sent to Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) for further training and development.

Linda returned to WWE television now under the name Shaniqua in June of 2003 as the manager of The Basham Brothers.
In the summer of 2003, Shaniqua began to establish her dominance over the weaker divas. Shaniqua interfered in several bikini contests, attacking all of the divas except for Sable. She briefly feuded with the fellow Smackdown divas Torrie Wilson, Dawn Marie, and Nidia. Dawn Marie would challenge Shaniqua to a singles match in which Shaniqua won by disqualification after interference by Torrie Wilson and Nidia. The following week Shaniqua virtually destroyed Torrie and Nidia in a handicap match.

Shaniqua / Linda Miles - WWE

In early 2004 Shaniqua and The Basham Brothers started a feud with the WWE Tag Team Champions Scotty Too Hotty and Rikishi. Shaniqua joined her team in a handicap WWE Tag Team championship match against Rikishi and Scotty Too Hotty at the WWE No Way Out in 2004. If Shaniqua's team won many speculated she would've been a Tag Team champion, but Shaniqua's team lost where she was Banzai dropped by Rikishi for the loss. Allegedly, she had become a problem backstage with the other women. Many speculate that the staff had their final straw with her after this match. Shaniqua was slow during the match and seemed to be legitimately hurt.

It was believed that Shaniqua would be sent to RAW and compete for the WWE Womens Championship but due to issues with other Smackdown divas she was sent back to OVW in early 2004 for further training, conditioning and "attitude adjustment", and was released from her contract by the WWE on November 12, 2004.

Celebrity Link: Linda Miles sites

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Tammy Lynn Sytch - WWF - ECW - WCW

Tammy Lynn Sytch - WWF - ECW - WCW

Tammy Lynn Sytch was born on December 7th, 1972 in Matawan, New Jersey.
She was a professional wrestling diva for ECW, WCW, WWE and various independent promotions. Tammy achieved her greatest success as "Sunny" in WWF in the mid to late 1990s.

Tammy's career has more up and downs than a rollercoaster.

Although in late 2005 and early 2006, WWE made several subliminal messages regarding Sytch's WWF tenure as Sunny. The company website featured "Sunny Month" on WWE 24/7 Online, a Flash puzzle baring her likeness, not to mention the usage of her old WWE theme music "I Know You Want Me" on the WWE Divas section of the site. This all seemed highly unusual considering that WWE rarely promotes talent unaffiliated with the company.

Tammy Lynn Sytch - WWF - ECW - WCW

As it turned out, the individual in charge of, Chris Chambers, contacted Sytch in November 2005 in hopes of having her participate in a photoshoot and interview for "Sunny Month" on WWE 24/7 Online in January 2006. Chambers was a good friend of Sytch during her WWF tenure - he helped produce some of her promos. The outspoken Sytch has never been one to shy away from an interview, but there was a dilemma regarding the possibility of a photoshoot. Juxtaposed to her earlier stint as Sunny, WWE fans who are unaware of her whereabouts in recent years would be in for quite a surprise if they saw Sytch in her present-day physical appearance - which has considerably altered since she was last seen in WWE in 1998. Albeit shapely and curvaceous, Sytch is no longer in "bikini-shape" due to the amount of weight she's gained over the years (Sytch hasn't been publicly seen in a bikini since 2002). Henceforth, a flattered Sytch turned down Chambers' offer as she didn't want to leave a bad impression with WWE fans if they were to see her in current full-figured state in revealing clothing. However, Sytch didn't completely rule out the offer as she stated that would be willing to go through with the photoshoot and interview if and when she was able to lose her excess weight - or as she likes to refer to losing weight as getting back into "Sunny Shape." Although, WWE revoked Chambers' duties as Head of in March 2006 and the occasional references on the site regarding Sunny lessened. Nonetheless, Sytch stated that she has spoken to Vince McMahon and that he has opened the door for Sytch to come back whenever she's ready to return, which is when she believes to be in "Sunny Shape." Sytch hopes to make a return to WWE in late 2006 or early 2007.

Tammy Lynn Sytch - WWF - ECW - WCW

Sytch was also featured in the 2006 WWE DVD The World's Greatest Wrestling Managers. The DVD paid tribute to Sunny blazing the trail for future WWE Divas, but also seemed to put the blame on Sytch for her personal problems and drug abuse. Many clips of her past were shown, however, it is unclear if she actually participated in the DVD. Sytch, in her present-day appearance, didn't physically appear in the DVD, but she partially narrated her segment. Archived Sunny audio clips were likely used for her DVD segment as her voice has considerably lowered in the past few years.

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Rena Mero-Sable - WWF/WWE

Rena Mero
Ring name(s) Sable,Rena Mero
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Weight 120 lb (54.88 kg)
Born August 8, 1967 ,Jacksonville, Florida
Resides Delano, Minnesota
Trained by Marc Mero
Pro Wrestling Debut: March 1996

Rena Mero (born August 8th, 1967) is an American model, actress, and professional wrestler. She is mostly known for her stints in World Wrestling Entertainment as the buxom Sable character. As Sable, she was one of the first WWE Divas, gaining considerable popularity and gracing the cover of Playboy several times.

As Sable, Mero had several signature professional wrestling attacks and throws. While still associated with "Marvelous" Marc Mero, she used Marc's cutter, which he had dubbed the "TKO". She also used a variety of kicks, including a rainbow-style crescent kick and a roundhouse kick. In addition, she used a hurricanrana called the "Sablecanrana", a double leg takedown and the slap, a common move for most WWE divas. Her finishing maneuver was a regular powerbomb, (an out-of-the-ordinary move for a female wrestler at the time) known as the "Sablebomb".

Monday, January 22, 2007

Rochelle Loewen - Former WWE Diva

Rochelle Loewen-WWE-WWE Divas-WWE DivaRochelle Loewen was born on October 26th, 1979 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Although she is known mainly as an actress and model, if your memory is good enough, you may remember her as a former WWE Diva on SmackDown!

Rochelle started out modeling and like a few other Divas, competed in Hawaiian Tropic contests in Canada, winning the title of Miss Hawaiian Tropic Canada (1999-2000).
She went on to appear in fitness magazines like Muscle & Fitness and Muscle & Fitness Hers before coming to the attention of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

She started out on RAW, but after an incident with Randy Orton, was moved to SmackDown!.
Usually Rochelle was only used in backstage segments.
She was usually shown with Amy Weber, Joy Giovanni, Dawn Marie, Michelle McCool and Lauren Jones.

Rochelle left the company in 2004, but she appeared in the WWE Viva Las Divas DVD along with Stacy Keibler, Torrie Wilson, Lilian Garcia, Christy Hemme and more.

Rochelle Loewen - Former WWE Diva

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Rebecca Budig - WWF Interviewer?

Rebecca Budig was born on June 26th, 1973 in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky.
Although most people know Rebecca as Greenlee Smythe du Pres Lavery, on ABC's daytime soap All My Children, back in 2000, she worked for the then World Wrestling Federation (WWF) as an interviewer on Sunday Night Heat.

Celebrity Link: Rebecca Budig sites

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Caryn Mower - WWF

Caryn Mower - WWF

Caryn Lynn Mower is a former professional wrestler and a stunt performer.
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 122lbs
Birthday: August 21, 1965
Birthplace: Eau claire, Wisconsin
Trained By: Ultimate Pro Wrestling
Professional Debut: 1999
Previous Identities: Carnidge, Muffy Mower

Prior to her stunt and wrestling career, Mower worked as an aerobics instructor. In 1992, she began her career as a stunt woman. She has an extensive resume of stunt work in television, film and stunt shows. She got her start in the wrestling world in early 1999 when she went on an audition for a part as a comic book model held at Ultimate Pro Wrestling, and was encouraged by the owner of UPW Rick Bassman to give wrestling a try. Mower accepted his offer and began training at UPW. She was considered a fast learner and soon became a regular performer at UPW shows.

In the summer of 1999, WWF talent scouts came to UPW to assess the talent there, and Mower impressed them enough to sign her to a developmental deal on August 31, 1999. She continued training with UPW and working shows with them until WWF came up with a gimmick for her. In early 2000, she was given a psycho fitness instructor "Muffy Mower" gimmick by the WWF and would come out before live WWF events for some non televised promo's where she would insult the live audience members, calling them fat and that they needed to get in shape.

In April 2000, she briefly made her television debut as Stephanie McMahon's personal trainer, but after two appearances the gimmick was shelved because of Stephanie's ego about not wanting to be seen as fat, and Mower returned to UPW. In September 2000, she was released from her WWF contract due to them not being able to come up with another gimmick for her.

She continued wrestling part time for UPW for a few years afterwards before retiring to pursue her stunt career full time.

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Marianna Komlos - WWE

Marianna Komlos (September 3, 1969 – September 26, 2004) was a professional wrestling valet, bodybuilder and fitness model.
A former WWE valet, Marianna Komlos passed away September 26, 2004. She was just 35. Marianna appeared with the company in 1999 as Mrs. Cleavage, Beaver Cleavage's mother, in a series of vignettes. The angle did not last long, and Beaver soon became Chaz. Marianna was the valet for Chaz until she accused him of beating her, which was later proved to be untrue, thanks to GTV. Komlos had been suffering from breast cancer and from other medical issues over the past year. Marianna did actually beat the cancer, but it later returned after going into remission.

Major Accomplishments:
1993 Gator's Classic - second place lightweight, best poser
1996 Gator's Classic - first place lightweight, overall winner
1997 British Columbia - first place middleweight, best poser
1997 Women's Extravaganza - first place middleweight
Cover of Muscle & Fitness - September 1997
Cover of Women's Physique World - December 1997
Flex Swimsuit Issue

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Frostee Moore - Women of Wrestling

Frostee Moore - Women of Wrestling

Frostee Moore
Height: 5 ft 9 in
Weight: 115 lb
Birthday: June 16th, 1977
Hometown: Los Angeles, California
Pro Wrestling Debut: July 2000 (WWF), 1999 (UPW)
Previous identities: Frosty Moore, Mandy, Miss Delicious

Frostee Moore is an American fitness model and former professional wrestling personality probably best known for her stint in the WWF.

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WWE Diva - Amy Dumas/Lita

Amy Christine Dumas (born April 14, 1975) is an American former professional wrestler better for the WWE known by the ring name Lita.

WWE - Amy Dumas/Lita

Friday, January 19, 2007

WWE - Jaime Koeppe

Jaime Jacqueline Koeppe (born October 13th, 1978 in Vancouver, British Columbia) Miss Molson Indy Canada 2002 Contest Winner, Fitness Expert, and also the first winner of the WWE Diva Search in the summer of 2003.

The competition was a live internet contest and there was never a Diva contest on air or a WWE talent contract involved as there has been ever since. However she did receive a photo shoot in the November 2003 edition of RAW Magazine as well as a great deal of extra publicity which jump started her career in the modeling industry. Jaime's win in the first WWE Diva Search was due in part to the overwhelming support by her official fan club which was started by her former friend and non-contract media promoter, DJ Wysocki.

WWE - Jaime Koeppe

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Female Wrestling - WWE - Jacqueline Moore

Female Wrestling - WWE - Jacqueline Moore

Jacqueline DeLois Moore was born on January 6th, 1964 in Dallas, Texas.
She is an American actress and professional womens wrestler. She worked for both WCW and WWE, and made history in the latter promotion as the first Black woman to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship, and as the first African American to win the WWF Women's Wrestling Championship. Since she was release from WWE in 2004, she has focused on her acting career.

Female Wrestling - WWE - Jacqueline Moore

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Thursday, January 18, 2007

Hiroko Suzuki - WWE Diva

Hiroko Suzuki
Height: 5'2"
Weight: 110 lbs.
Date of birth: 1975
From: Tokyo, Japan
Pro wrestling debut: 2004
Hiroko Niizuma Suzuki was born on 1974 in Aichi, Japan.
She is the manager and wife of professional wrestler Kenzo Suzuki. They married while he was still with New Japan Pro Wrestling.
They are both now with HUSTLE in Japan.

Kenzo Suzuki with Hiroko

Female Wrestling - WWE / TNA: Gail Kim

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Female wrestler Gail Kim

Wrestling names: La Felina, Gail Kim
Billed height: 5 ft 4 in (163 cm)
Billed weight: 125 lb (57 kg)
Born: February 20, 1976,Toronto, Ontario
Resides: Tampa, Florida
Trained by: Ron Hutchinson, Rob Etchevarria, Fit Finlay
Pro wrestling debut: December 2000

Gail Kim was born February 20th, 1976 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

She is a Korean Canadian professional wrestler, valet and actress. Gail is probably best known for her appearances with the WWE between October 2002 and November 2004. She is currently working for TNA Wrestling and recently finished working on the movie Royal Kill.

Female Wrestling - Gail Kim

The Klimaszewski Twins - WCW

Though not really female wrestlers, Diane and Elaine do figure into the female wrestling scene.
Diane and Elaine Klimaszewski were both born on September 13th, 1971 in Leicester, Massachusetts, because they are twins.
Back in 2000, Diane was Nitro Girl Gold and Elaine was Nitro Girl Silver.
After the WCW ended, they appeared in "Enterprise", "The Drew Carey Show", Scary Movie 3 and Date Movie among others.
They were signed by the WWF and appeared in Ultimate Pro Wrestling as the Power Twins, but were released shortly thereafter.

The Klimaszewski Twins - WCW

Until the "Bellas" they were one of the few sets of twins in female wrestling.

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