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Eve Torres? She did a lot more outside the ring than most of those named.



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Kriss wrote: srossi wrote: I’m slowly making my way through this series and on one of the episodes they do a segment on women who made their mark “outside of the ring”. Featured are Elizabeth, Stacy Keibler, Sharmell, Jillian Hall, Vicki Guerrero, Sapphire, Nidia, Debra, Terri Runnels, Sunny, and Torrie Wilson.  Some of them were just mediocre wrestlers though. I’m not sure who Alicia Fox pissed off right before they produced this because she’s always brought back as a “legend” these days and couldn’t even make this segment. Trying to think of any other obvious exclusions. 
Three of the first four Tough Enough winners were women: Nidia, Jackie Gayda and Shaniqua. None of them made it.

Nidia at least made the video though, mostly for her comedy skits with Jamie Knoble. Jackie Gayda is best remembered for having the worst match in Raw history, although there might have been worse now in the past couple of years. 



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kargol wrote: Eve Torres? She did a lot more outside the ring than most of those named.
Eve made the actual list. #40. 



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srossi wrote: Kriss wrote: srossi wrote: I’m slowly making my way through this series and on one of the episodes they do a segment on women who made their mark “outside of the ring”. Featured are Elizabeth, Stacy Keibler, Sharmell, Jillian Hall, Vicki Guerrero, Sapphire, Nidia, Debra, Terri Runnels, Sunny, and Torrie Wilson.  Some of them were just mediocre wrestlers though. I’m not sure who Alicia Fox pissed off right before they produced this because she’s always brought back as a “legend” these days and couldn’t even make this segment. Trying to think of any other obvious exclusions. 
Three of the first four Tough Enough winners were women: Nidia, Jackie Gayda and Shaniqua. None of them made it.

Nidia at least made the video though, mostly for her comedy skits with Jamie Knoble. Jackie Gayda is best remembered for having the worst match in Raw history, although there might have been worse now in the past couple of years.
Actually the first thing I think of with Jackie Gayda is that by now, her clitcock must be a good 11 inches long.  She's been hitting the needle hard for years.



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srossi wrote: kargol wrote: Eve Torres? She did a lot more outside the ring than most of those named.
Eve made the actual list. #40. Ah, I read it to mean women who had achievements outside wrestling, regardless of what they did inside the ring.  Torres should have been higher than 40, I thought she was an excellent wrestler, especially from where she came.
Omission...the hot Funkadactyl that was not married to an Uso.  Cameron?



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kargol wrote: srossi wrote: kargol wrote: Eve Torres? She did a lot more outside the ring than most of those named.
Eve made the actual list. #40. Ah, I read it to mean women who had achievements outside wrestling, regardless of what they did inside the ring.  Torres should have been higher than 40, I thought she was an excellent wrestler, especially from where she came.
Omission...the hot Funkadactyl that was not married to an Uso.  Cameron?

Cameron was awful.  I guess they could've mentioned her with the other girls who weren't good enough to be listed, but they showed her during Naomi's segment and that was probably enough.  Her biggest claim to fame is being on the first season of "Total Divas", but I can't think of anything she added on an actual WWE show. 



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Bertha Faye/Rhonda Singh is MIA from this list.



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Dana Brooke, Tamina, Emma, and Nikki Cross weren’t anywhere to be seen.  All around for a while if you count developmental. 



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During the top 5 episode, they pay tribute to the pre-1993 “trailblazers”: Wendi Richter, Leilani Kai, Fabulous Moolah, Jumping Bomb Angels, Sensational Sherri, Rockin’ Robin, and Mae Young,



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