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Many of these ladies only had short stays with the WWE, while others lasted a very long time. Some got rich, others didn’t. Regardless if they made it or not, they all have the right to say that they worked for the WWE. You’ll notice many of these celestial beings are also models, actresses, and work in a wide variety of entertainment. Some left the WWE and found greater success in companies like TNA and other wrestling indie promotions.
Stay on this list too long, you may end up looking like a guy lost at sea without any drinkable water. Also, check your computer equipment for any smoke because things are about to get hot.
15 15. Devin Taylor
Brittany Christine Fetkin got her WWE start in 2013 after she was assigned to NXT. The former WWE employee worked as both an in-ring competitor and backstage interviewer for the brand before getting the boot in 2015. Her Instagram page show us her lovely Halloween outfit, which seems to be some sort of demon angel or satin himself. Hell, if she gave out the commands, it’s almost a given most of us will follow the instructions.
14 14. Cameron
She’s the most recent woman on the list to be let go by the WWE. Her career started in 2011 when she competed in the Tough Enough series. She earned a spot in Florida Championship Wrestling and quickly made her debut on the main show in 2012. Cameron would never break through and become a major player while with the company for four years. In 2016, WWE released her to make room for new blood.
13 13. Maxine
Karlee Perez started her WWE career in 2009 when she signed a developmental contract. She went through several names before sticking with Maxine when she participated in the third season of NXT. In 2012, Maxine asked for her release and eventually returned to wrestling ring under the TNA banner in 2014.
12 12. Savannah
Angela Fong signed with the WWE in 2008 and debuted in Florida Championship Wrestling that same year. She did a bit everything, from being a valet to an in-ring worker and then announcer. She left the WWE in 2010 and bounced around the indie circuit for a while. She signed with Lucha Underground in 2014 and has been part of the promotion ever since.
11 11. Gabi Castrovinci
Her introduction into the WWE Universe came in 2015 when she appeared as a contestant on the sixth season of Tough Enough. She finished in tenth place but we will give her the number one spot for being the impressive woman that she is. Sometimes the WWE just doesn’t give these girls a chance and next thing you know they’re making people drool on TNA, which is exactly what Castrovinci is doing.
10 10. Ariel
Shelly Martinez had a short tenure with the WWE, however, if you love the vampire look, she will never be forgotten. After making her way through WWE’s developmental organization Ohio Valley Wrestling, Martinez made her WWE debut in mid-2006 for the ECW brand. Her time in the WWE was as a valet for two stables before being released in 2013.
9 9. Carolyn "CJ" Dunning
Technically, Carolyn never was seen inside an NXT ring before she was released by the WWE. With her stunning body, ravishing presence, and mesmerizing face, we have to let you know about this lady. As a Las Vegas native, she got into bodybuilding and became nationally ranked. WWE signed her with ten other recruits in April but she was released in October.
8 8. Zahra Schreiber
We know Schreiber landed in extremely hot water and a lot of people are disgusted with her actions. We should give people second chances and understand people make mistakes and do stupid things. We aren’t here to talk about her problems of the past, so let's move past that here.
7 7. Brandi Rhodes
We may have made fun of Cody Rhodes’ “Stardust” gimmick while he was in the WWE, but at least he got to go home to Brandi, his wife, every night. We first got a taste of Brandi in WWE’s developmental promotion, Florida Championship Wrestling, in 2011. It was a brief stint and she returned as an announcer in 2013, appearing on the NXT brand.
6 6. Lauren Mayhew
Her time in the WWE was shorter than anyone else on this list. Mayhew started her tenure with the WWE when she was assigned as a ring announcer for the ECW brand in October of 2006. By late November, her short-term contract was up and both sides decided to part ways. Once a diva, always a diva is what we say at TheSportster.
5 5. Ashley Massaro
Ashley Massaro made her way into the WWE by winning the 2005 WWE Diva Search. She would be involved in various feuds and storylines over several years and also participated in the hit reality CBS television show Survivor in 2007. She ended up retiring in 2008 from the wrestling industry, but her name popped back up this year when she joined a class action lawsuit against the WWE.
4 4. Kelly Kelly
We understand Kelly Kelly has been considered this generation's Sunny and rightfully so. Randy Orton has accused her of some sneaky stuff and a list of guys that have been known to be with her can be drawn up in seconds. TheSportster isn’t going to hold it against her that she likes the fellas.
3 3. Maria Kanellis
She married TNA Superstar Mike Bennett but that hasn’t stopped this firecracker from looking good for her Instagram followers. In 2004, she was introduced to the WWE through a Divas Search competition. She only placed fifth but would stay with the company. She stayed with the WWE for six years and won a Slammy Award for Diva of the Year.
2 2. Kaitlyn
Celeste Bonin first appeared under the WWE umbrella in a bikini contest for Florida Championship Wrestling in 2010. After FCW was re-branded as NXT, she appeared in the third season. She would make it to the big leagues in 2012 and eventually won the WWE Divas Championship. After two years on the main roster, she decided to retire and focus on other business opportunities.
1 1. Torrie Wilson
We have to give major props to one of the queens of the golden age of Divas in the WWE. Her career in the wrestling industry started in WCW, but she quickly became a shining symbol of hotness when she went over to the WWE after the companies merged in 2001. At the age of 41, Wilson can still put a lot of girls on this list to shame.
Hotter than the Mother of Dragon’s fire on Game Of Thrones, sexier than all the hosts on Westworld, and more alluring than any women partying on Ballers, there aren’t enough HBO shows to compare how attractive Torrie Wilson is. The point is, Wilson needs to donate her DNA so we can clone her in the future for the betterment of society.
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