21 – The Bella Twins
Bella Twins – (Brianna Monique and Nicole Stephanie Garcia) – were born in San Diego, California on November 21, 1983. They played soccer up until college, when they started modeling, acting, and doing promotional work. They first appeared on the FOX reality show Meet My Folks. They also participated in the 2006 International Body Doubles twins search and were the World Cup Twins for Budweiser, photographed holding the World Cup trophy.
As a professional wrestlers, they work under the ring names Brie Bella and Nikki Bella. Before being promoted to the main WWE roster, The Bella Twins wrestled with FCW. Brie made her debut in August 2008. As part of her in-ring persona, in a move known as Twin Magic, she would disappear under the ring during matches and then emerge revived. Eventually, however, it was of course discovered that she was switching places with Nikki.
20 – Dawn Marie
Dawn Marie – (Dawn Marie Psaltis) born November 3, 1970, began managing wrestlers on the independent circuit after meeting a wrestling promoter. Before deciding to pursue a career in modeling or acting, Psaltis made her living in real estate.
Psaltis signed a deal with ECW after what was supposed to be a three week stint. She managed the Impact Players and Simon and Swinger until ECW’s bankruptcy in 2001. Psaltis then joined WWE, where her most notable storyline involved her marrying Al Wilson, the father of her rival Diva, Torrie Wilson. She was released from her WWE contract in 2005 after revealing she was pregnant, which resulted in her filing a lawsuit. Listen to her December 4, 2011 Pro Wrestling Weekend Interview.
19 – Sally The Farmer’s Daughter
After her career with GLOW ended, Becky appeared in several B movies and television shows, most notably Pacific Blue, MadTV, Renegade and an episode of Married With Children (pictured here on the right) where, in a dream sequence, she wrestled on Al’s bed with a then widely unknown Pamela Anderson.
18 – Thea Trinidad
Thea Trinidad – born December 27th, 1990, began training for wrestling at the age of 17. On September 11, 2001 her father was killed by the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. She has taken acting classes and worked with a vocal coach, and twice competed in step competitions– winning second place both years.
On February 20, 2010, Trinidad made her debut for WSU, under the ring name “Divina Fly”. She signed with TNA in 2011 after being discovered by Tommy Dreamer. Trinidad has also been listed #31 of the 50 best single female wrestlers by PWI Magazine. Her film credits include The Witches Of OZ, Devil’s Door, Hope Bridge, Self Storage and Army of the Damned. Trinidad also appeared in the critically acclaimed documentary, Children Of 9/11, and has been featured in numerous magazines. As of 2014, she has been named to the Smartasses Magazine Top 100 Sexiest Women Alive for four years straight, debuting in 2011 at 81 and peaking at 14 in 2014.
17 – Brooke Tessmacher
Brooke Tessmacher – (Brooke Nichole Adams) born December 4, 1984, first became involved in professional wrestling by trying out for the 2006 WWE Diva Search. Despite not making the cut, she was chosen to observe workouts in OVW along with Maryse Ouellet. She was later assigned to Deep South Wrestling to train.
Adams made her in-ring debut, a loss to Angel Williams, at a DSW taping in December 2006. Her first WWE appearance came alongside Kelly Kelly and Layla in the dance group Extreme Exposé. In 2007, Adams was released from her WWE contract due to a gimmick infringement involving Melina about the furry black boots she wore as a part of her costume for the Halloween battle royal. On the March 29, 2010, edition of TNA Impact!, Adams made her debut under the name “Miss Tessmacher”, named after Lex Luthor’s assistant in the first two Superman movies. Adams appeared on Pro Wrestling Weekend on July 24th, 2011 and January 1, 2012. She was named to the Smartasses Magazine Top 100 Sexiest Women Alive three times from 2012 to 2014.
16 – Sable
Sable – (Rena Marlette Mero Lesnar) born, August 8, 1967, was one of the first WWE Divas and worked as a model for L’Oréal, Pepsi, and Guess?. She has also guest starred on several television series and appeared on the cover of Playboy three times. Her March 1999 issue is one of the highest selling in history.
Sable is the second ever WWF Women’s Champion. After leaving the company, Sable filed a $110 million lawsuit against the company, citing allegations of sexual harassment and unsafe working conditions, and even made a rogue appearance in the audience of the WWF’s then time rival WCW. In 2003, she returned to the WWE, and left again in 2004.