Torrie Wilson

Torrie Wilson was what you might call a Sable 2.0, in as much as she took the blonde bombshell moniker and ran with it better than almost anyone else. She had an outstanding body, a captivating smile, and captivated all of us with her nice yet naughty allure.

Back in the early 2000s, she was considered a cultural sex symbol even outside of the world of wrestling, having posed for the cover of Playboy twice as well as for FHM.

The best part about the Great American Bash PPV of 2002 was probably the poster, which featured Torrie on prominent display. Today, having left the WWE, she seems happy to relax a bit, now that she doesn’t need to be on the road 300 days a year, and even though she is in her 40s, Wilson still looks just as good as she did a decade ago.


Lita made her debut in the then-WWF as the manager for the now forgotten and very 90s wrestler Essa Rios before moving on and finding much more success with the Hardy Boyz, with whom she reinvented herself and became one of the most desirable women that has ever stepped through the curtain.

Though she was as beautiful and as sexy as they come, it wasn’t just her looks that made her so easy to fantasise about. She was also as tough as they come, a fantastic wrestler and a dare-devil extraordinaire. Her unique, provocative look summed up the alternative style and attitude of the American late 90s and early 2000s.

In 2000, she was one of the most popular members of the WWF roster, male or female, and she, along with a certain other diva, shouldered the divas division as the company went through its most profitable and mainstream period in history.

She had her ups and downs with the company, such as the much publicised love-triangle with Matt Hardy and Edge, but she whether she was playing a face or a heel, she always got great reactions, and though she retired some time ago, she now works for the company again as an on-air talent.

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