When you think of professional Female Wrestlers, what first comes to mind? There’s no shortage of iconic characters and memorable moments. But when it comes to women in the ring, there are few who have left such an impact. From Trish Stratus’ WWE Hall of Fame induction speech to Kelly Kelly’s epic battle against Gail Kim in 2010, these women have helped define the female athlete archetype in sports entertainment. So let’s take a look at some of the most beautiful female wrestlers in WWE history:
Torrie Wilson is on the list of former professional Female Wrestlers, she was born in Los Angeles, California. She started wrestling at the age of 15 and has been a model for several magazines as well as appearing on the cover of Playboy magazine.
Sunny was a model, actress and professional Female Wrestlers who became one of WWE’s most popular divas. She was the first woman to pose for Playboy and she holds an important place in history for being inducted into both the WWE Hall of Fame and WCW Hall of Fame. Sunny began her career as part of a tag team called The Blonds alongside Terri Runnels (The Fabulous Moolah).
Together they were known as The Blonds before becoming just Sunny when Runnels left them behind in 1993. Sunny then started wrestling on her own while working as Missy Hyatt in WCW until she eventually returned home to WWF (now known as WWE) where she went on to become one of its most popular female stars ever!
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Trish Stratus is a retired Canadian professional Female Wrestlers. She was trained by Rob Fuego and Ron Hutchinson in the Hart Family Dungeon. She is known for her curves and her wrestling ability, which she used to win the Women’s Championship four times (including once while wearing men’s lingerie).
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Stacy Keibler is a former WWE Diva and current model. She was born on September 28, 1979, in Newport Beach, California. She is 6’1″ tall and stands at 1 inch taller than her husband, who is 6 feet tall himself. She has been active in the entertainment industry since 1996 when she began modeling for magazines such as Maxim and FHM (FHM). She also appeared on television shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and America’s Most Wanted, as well as various other talk shows throughout this time period.
After retiring from wrestling in 2006 due to injury concerns after being injured during one match against Lacey Von Erichs daughter Jacqueline Von Erich; Keibler went back into modeling full-time after retiring from wrestling entirely due to injuries sustained during another match against Trish Stratus just last year earlier this year which left her unable to compete again until early 2020 when she returns again but only if her doctor allows her too…
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Sable is a former WWE Women’s Champion and Playboy model. She was the first woman to appear on the cover of Playboy, and she was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2016. As an actress, she starred in films including The Flintstones: Viva Rock Vegas (2000) and Mystery Men (1999). In professional wrestling, Sable wrestled under both her real name as well as other aliases such as Crash Holly or Molly Holly.
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Maryse is a French-Canadian model & Female Wrestlers, who was born on December 29, 1978, in Montreal and began her career as a model at the age of 15. She married professional wrestler The Miz in 2004; they had two children together before divorcing in 2013. She has appeared on television since the age of 15 when she first appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine.
In 2006 she joined WWE and became one of their top Female Wrestlers alongside Mickie James and Layla Elsana (Layla) as part of Team LayCool with John Cena as their manager until 2010 when both women left for different reasons after being drafted into WWE’s Raw brand during its third season by Vince McMahon himself! She currently serves as an executive producer for Total Divas on E! Network which features reality TV shows that focus on the lives behind-the-scenes at WWE headquarters located just outside Stamford Connecticut USA where we all know him better known by his ring name John Cena.
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Layla El is a professional Female Wrestlers who was born on June 16, 1985 in Chicago, Illinois. She is of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent. Layla began training for wrestling when she was 12 years old and made her debut as a competitor in 2005 at the age of 20. As part of Team Nitro (later known as The Corre), Layla wrestled against Victoria and Eve Torres before being released from WWE in 2010 due to injury problems that kept her off television for months at a time during this period between 2006-2009.
In 2013, she returned to WWE as one half of Matt Hardy’s storyline love triangle with Charlotte Flair; however, after weeks apart due to injuries suffered during matches against each other (including one where Charlotte had hit herself with an axe handle), they decided not pursue their relationship further due to personal reasons behind their decision rather than anything else.”
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Lita is a retired professional wrestler who was born Amy Christine Dumas. She is of French and Irish descent. Lita began her career in 1999 when she debuted with WWE under the name Tylene Buck. In 2000 she would win her first championship belt as part of the inaugural Divas Search competition; this was followed by several more championships throughout 2001-2002 which included: the Women’s Championship (1), Hardcore Championship (1), European Championship (1), Tag Team Championship (2) and Women’s Tag Team Champion with Melina.
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Kelly Kelly is a woman who has made her mark on the world of professional wrestling. She was born in 1986 and was a professional cheerleader before joining WWE as Female Wrestlers. Kelly has been married to NHL player Sheldon Souray since 2012. The couple have one child together: their son named Ethan, who was born in 2015. Kelly Kelly has appeared on TV shows such as Dancing with the Stars and The Bachelor (where she competed against several other women). She also posed for magazines like Maxim and ESPN Magazine while working inside WWE’s ring!
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Victoria is a former WWE Women’s Champion and Divas Champion & Female Wrestlers, as well as a two-time tag team champion. She was also the inaugural WWE Women’s Champion, holding it twice (once with her then-husband Triple H). Victoria has competed in many high profile matches during her career including:
- Intercontinental Championship Match at WrestleMania XXVIII against Beth Phoenix (2/3/2010)
- Fatal Four Way for the Divas Championship at Extreme Rules 2012
- Winner vs. Winner Steel Cage Match for the Smackdown Women’s Championship at Money In The Bank 2014
As a member of The Authority, she was one of three people who helped CM Punk defeat John Cena in an Elimination Chamber match at Survivor Series 2012; however, when Dean Ambrose turned on Punk following his victory over him that night he attacked both Victoria and Stephanie, McMahon, before leaving them alone together again – resulting in an unlikely romance between them which culminated into marriage later that year after only three months’ dating – thus making them perhaps one of biggest couples within WWE history!
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Jacqueline Moore was a retired professional wrestler who competed in the World Wrestling Federation, World Championship Wrestling and Extreme Championship Wrestling. She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2009.
Moore was known for her time with all three companies that were owned by McMahon’s company (WWE), being one of the first female competitors in Royal Rumble matches during her run with WCW and ECW as well as being part of a tag team called The Disciples Of Rage alongside Raven as well as working for Vince himself on occasion when he needed someone to fill out an event card on short notice.
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Eva Marie Marie
Eva Marie is a wrestler, actress, model, and singer. She was the first female to win the Miss Hawaiian Tropic pageant in 2012. She is also a former WWE Divas Champion. Eva Marie was born on August 3rd 1987 in Honolulu Hawaii.
Her father Rocky Johnson (aka Raja) was an American professional wrestler; her mother Big Cass’s sister Stacy Keibler is also an actress and model who has appeared in several films including “Die Hard” sequels “Live Free or Die Hard” where she played hacker extraordinaire Michelle Forbes/Julie Jameson/Natalie Collins which earned her an MTV Movie Award nomination for Best Fight Scene (which she lost).
Eva Marie a Female Wrestlers has two brothers named Ross & James Jr., who work as wrestlers as well but haven’t been able to make it onto WWE television yet due to their age limits being 19 years old before graduating high school which means they still need another year left before being able to officially sign up with WWE!
WWE women are beautiful
There are many reasons to love WWE, but one of the most important is their commitment to women’s wrestling. The WWE has been a trailblazer in this area, creating an industry where women can compete without being objectified or having their bodies exploited. The WWE also provides opportunities for aspiring female wrestlers. It’s easy to see where they get their talent: The company attracts some of the world’s best athletes and actresses, who then become part of the roster of stars that make up the company today!
We hope you enjoyed our list of the most beautiful female wrestlers in WWE history. If you’d like to learn more about them, check out some of their biographies on Wikipedia.