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Wrestlemania is considered the Superbowl of the WWE….. and the Hall Of Fame ceremony is considered their Oscars! And much like the Oscars, we are all looking forward to what our Divas will be wearing to the show. From elegant ball gowns to little black dresses to what can only be described as something that resembles a really bad prom dress, we’ve seen it all over the years! The annual Wrestlemania Weekend tradition continues tonight, as our Divas will descend upon Madison Square Garden dressed up to the nines for the prestigious event. Join us as we take a trip down memory lane and view the Divas’ Hall Of Fame fashion from the past.
Welcome to the Throwback Thursday! Every Thursday we will pick five photoshoots at random to be featured as a special flashback (due to the most recent lack of photoshoots that have been released). Join us on a trip down memory lane and relive some of the hottest photoshoots from the Divas and Knockouts, past & present!
This week’s Throwback Thursday features photoshoots from the Beautiful People, Cameron Haven (Diva Search 2005), Rosa Mendes, Sasha Banks and Serena!
Alumni Knockouts > Angelina Love > Holler At Ya
Other Women of Wrestling > » Diva Search 2005 > Diva Search 2005 – Cameron Haven
WWE Divas > Rosa Mendes > Lovely Lavender
NXT Divas > Sasha Banks > NXT Studios
Alumni Divas > Serena > Spring Flowers
All eyes are on Hollywood tonight as Tinseltown’s elite hit the red carpet for the 85th Annual Academy Awards. And in typical fashion, WWE.com has decided to capitalize on this occasion with a very special Diva Focus of the WWE Divas in their red carpet best…. by recycling old Hall Of Fame and New Year’s Diva shoots! We already have these shoots in the gallery, but a friendly reminder that they do exist doesn’t hurt now does it? Click ‘Read More’ to view the rather extensive list of Divas glammed up!
In the latest Fun Time Radio podcast, former WWE Diva Shelly Martinez discusses closure with former rival Batista. She’s also joined by another former Diva… Serena Deeb!
Shelly met Batista, who was responsible for her departure from WWE following a backstage dispute in 2007, at the film premiere for Immortals and made sure to get a picture taken with him (left) to prove that she has closure. She Tweeted the picture with the following caption:
Omg this is called peace & closure.
Be sure to check out the latest edition of Fun Time Radio with guest Serena Deeb, where the ladies talk about their past in WWE and their thoughts on wrestling now.
• Listen: Fun Time Radio with The Martinez Girlz
Former WWE Diva Serena Deeb spoke to Newsday about her time with WWE and recovering from her serious concussion.
The former Straight Edge Society member said it was a “wrong place, wrong time” situation when it came to being able to wrestle.
“I don’t really know what was going on in their minds, in my bosses’ minds, during my time in WWE. I think that the plans were there to eventually have me break out and be in the ring. But the role that I played on television, that wasn’t part of it… So it was just wrong place, wrong time as far as a wrestling role goes. It was definitely a lesson in patience and I had to know and trust that it was just not the right time, and that it was for a reason. Of course, I was very anxious to wrestle. I always wanted to. And the few opportunities I was given on the road to wrestle, I was ecstatic.”
About her concussion, Serena is most definitely “worried about it right now”:
“I would be lying if I said I wasn’t worried about it right now, especially because everything just happened. I’m 25-years-old and what I always imagined was that my career would go for as long as I wanted it to, and that I’d have that in my control. Now I’m suddenly being put in the position where it’s not in my control, and where my body is maybe not going to last as long as I wanted it to and as long as I idealized it lasting. So there’s definitely a large element of worry right now.”
Unfortunately, Serena Deeb will not be able to take on Melina Perez as scheduled at WSU’s Breaking Barriers II PPV on the 19th November (Which is also my birthday!), due to the serious concussion she suffered earlier.
WSU tweeted the following regarding the match:
Breaking news: @SerenaDeeb will not be able to wrestle on 11/19, but she will be in the building to address the fans. Replacement news soon.
Serena made her statement in a video uploaded by WSU, which you can view below.
Check under the cut for the full WSU press release. Fans can still sign the get well card that has circulated the web by clicking here.
Former WWE Diva Serena Deeb has recently suffered a concussion. According to her Tweet (below), she will not be wrestling for a period of time. For now, this is all the information we have.
We wish Serena the best and hope she gets well soon!
A message to all my supporters- I recently sustained a rather serious concussion and following my doctors instructions, will not wrestle for a period of time. I apologize to those who were looking forward to seeing me anytime in the near future. I will keep you all posted-
Fans can sign a get well card by clicking here.
PWI’s latest installment of their top fifty female wrestlers has been revealed. SHIMMER star Madison Eagles ranked at number one. Natalya ranked the highest within the WWE Divas whereas current Knockouts champion Mickie James ranked the highest within the iMPACT! Wrestling Knockouts. The Divas and Knockouts are listed below and you can see the full list after the cut.
7. Beth Phoenix
11. Eve Torres
15. Kelly Kelly
21. Brie Bella
43. Alicia Fox
iMPACT! Wrestling Knockouts
3. Mickie James
5. Madison Rayne
3. Mickie James
12. Angelina Love
17. Velvet Sky