We kind of have to face it, without women, professional wrestling would just be sweaty, musclebound dudes in tight costumes pretending to wail on each other and performing acrobatic stunts. There would still be the athleticism and some of the story lines, but at the same time, wrestling would lack an element of sex appeal for the majority of the audience. The popularity of women in wrestling, and especially the Divas in WWE have gone through the roof in recent years and we can see why. The women are stunning, athletic and put on a great show even the ones who can barely wrestle or handle a mic. Unfortunately, women's wrestling is often a massive tease.
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WWE wrestler Charlotte Flair was the latest wrestling professional whose nude photos were leaked online, according to reports Thursday. The year-old confirmed in a tweet her private pictures were uploaded on the internet without her permission and demanded the pictures be taken down immediately. The leaked pictures showed the daughter of WWE star Ric Flair taking multiple nude selfies in front of a mirror. She is not the first WWE Diva whose naked photos were leaked on the internet. Following is the list of current and former women wrestling professionals who were a victim of online nude leaks. Kaitlyn: Also in March, nude pictures were circulated and claimed to be of the year-old former WWE wrestler. The pictures reportedly showed Kaitlyn, whose real name is Celeste Bonin, in several nude selfies.
In the following slideshow, you will find each of the Divas' Playboy pictorials ranked and graded. I'm not ranking them, but I felt it necessary to point them out. Instead, I will sum them up in one phrase each. The spread honestly does its best to bring out the femininity of Chyna—hair blowing in the wind in one scene, showering in the next. It also tries to accentuate her muscle-bound body by featuring her in a chain-like outfit set in a futuristic background. Although, she seemed set to fail from the start. Wilson, of course, was followed by a dual spread with Sable. With the shock of any WWE Diva posing for Playboy gone—as well as the shock value produced by Chyna and the good girl no one expected in Wilson—it didn't matter who went next. No matter what, it wouldn't be as good. It's decent to look at while you're looking, but forgettable as soon as you put it away I'm talking about the magazine.
Was WWE testing the waters for a return to men v women matchups? Did it changed its mind or get pressured into scrapping the match by sponsors? Or was the information simply wrong? Nia also had face-to-face confrontations with Ambrose the next two weeks on Raw. Inter-gender action was a staple of the far more extreme Attitude Era, when Chyna competed against men and the Dudley Boyz would regularly smash women — including the seventy-something Mae Young — through tables.