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In the 1990s, WWE (then known as the World Wrestling Federation) introduced the term Diva to refer to its female performers.
The term was applied to women who appear as wrestlers, managers or valets, backstage interviewers, or ring announcers.
“Through renewed faith in herself; the love of her family; and finally the birth of her baby boy, Blaise, Amanda has transformed her life,” reads the introduction from Simon & Schuster.
She gives credit for her 180-degree change to now-husband Sasha Brown, a photographer with whom she also has a daughter, Doone.
It tells of depression and unhealthy relationships endured during her rise to fame.
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Throughout its history, women have served in various onscreen roles in the American professional wrestling promotion WWE.
Some of them have wrestled, while others became a bigger star than the man they accompanied to the ring each week. Velvet Sky Velvet Sky made a few appearances in the WWE, but she did most of her work in TNA, which is unfortunate because it definitely limited her exposure.
Here are the 25 all time hottest women in wrestling. AJ Lee Not only is AJ Lee one of the most beautiful women the WWE has ever seen, she also one of the most talented female wrestlers they’ve had, as she’s a three time champion and was PWI’s Woman of the Year in 20. Nonetheless, she’s one of the hottest female personalities the company has ever seen. Rosa Mendes Fans of Rosa Mendes were thrilled to see her make a return at Survivor Series this year as Fandango’s new dance partner after some personal issues kept her away from the ring for a few months.