Television is home to the most beautiful of women — and also the toughest.
For more than 30 years, WWE divas have pulverized the sport of professional wrestling — proving that you can have flawless features and still kick some major butt. Here is a look at what some of the most memorable divas from that time are up to now: 1.
She currently promotes healthy living on social media. Chyna Then: With her enviable athleticism and chiseled physique, Chyna was one of the first female wrestlers to compete against male opponents, even becoming the only woman to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship.
Often dubbed “the ninth wonder of the world,” Chyna, whose real name is Joan Marie Laurer, left the company in 2001, citing relationship problems with real-life beau Triple H (Paul Levesque) as the reason for her departure.
Now: Keibler is one of several wrestlers to find Hollywood success, appearing on the second season of “Dancing with the Stars,” various sitcoms and even dating actor George Clooney for two years.
Keibler married businessman Jared Pobre in 2014 and gave birth to their daughter, Ava, later that year.
Now: After years of serving as the on-screen nagging foil to real-life husband Triple H, she plays a more prominent and developed on-screen role with her husband as the main villains of the company.
The couple has three children and she currently serves as the chief brand officer of WWE. Molly Holly Then: Holly remained above the fray of the more troubling storylines conjured up by WWE’s creative team.
She was at her most sympathetic when she fought for her mother a second time from her father's extra-marital affairs — which resulted in Mc Mahon getting choked with a lead pipe by her father.
Now: Following her 2009 departure from the WWE, Victoria has owned two different restaurants and started a custom car shop in Kentucky that caught fire in 2010.
She appeared with fellow TNA superstars in an episode of "Family Feud" in 2010, as well as an episode of MTV's "Made" in 2012. Stacy Keibler Then: Remembered by WWE fans for her suggestive ring entrances, the long legged former NFL cheerleader Stacy Keibler became one of the biggest WWE divas in history, competing against many of the most well-known female wrestlers.
Torrie Wilson Then: Wilson started with WWE in 2001 after a two-year stint with rival promotion WCW.
During the early part of her WWE career, she was a symbol of the company's regressive attitudes toward women — primarily competing in matches that would result in the removal of the loser's clothes.