Gorgeous George Promotional Shot 
One of the best parts about Macho Man Randy Savage returning back to WCW in early-1999 was that he brought along his current real-life girlfriend with him, Stephanie Bellars. She was repackaged as Gorgeous George and became one of Savage’s valets along with Miss Madness (Nora Greenwald/Molly Holly) and Madusa (who were Bellars’ real-life trainers at the WCW Power Plant).
Gorgeous George didn’t have much of an in-ring career in WCW, but she DOES have one win against current-WWE referee “Lil’ Naitch” Charles Robinson. In fact, I remember there being a rumor that Vince McMahon was very interested in bringing in the pair of Randy Savage with Gorgeous George, but we all know that this never occurred (but would have been fantastic to see, though).
Meet Dana Adiva. Last night, she was profiled on MTV’s True Life: I’m Too Beautiful, and she’s a professional wrestler.
I’m not too aware of Adiva, but the few things I’ve found online about her show that she’s been part of a Bombshell: Ladies of Wrestling card (wrestled as Miss Adiva against Becky Bayless back in February) and that she’s the daughter of “The Diceman” Ronnie Vegas. Beyond that, there’s not too much as Adiva is still pretty early in her wrestling career.
I’m curious if there’s anybody out there who caught the show and could give us some highlights about it. I’m sure that the fact that Adiva is a wrestler isn’t the focal point of the documentary (she apparently mentioned that she dropped out of high school due to being bullied by jealous girls), but I’m curious as to how the show played out.
Sara Del Rey and Courtney Rush
Former SHIMMER World Tag Team Champions, this odd tag team came about when Sara was at odds with her former partner Allison Danger, who was now teaming up with Leva Bates in Regeneration X. After Allison challenged the first Woman of Honor and claimed she has no friends in the back, Sara went on a mission to find a new partner.
After getting turned down by the likes of then SHIMMER Champion Cheerleader Melissa and even the retired Lacey, Sara caved in and accepted the tag proposal of Courtney Rush, the self-proclaimed Sara Del Rey superfan.
The two would go on to defeat Regeneration X, the Canadian Ninjas and then Tag Team Champions Ayako Hamada and Ayumi Kurihara in a Fatal Four Way to cement their place in SHIMMER history.
Sara Del Rey Searches For a Tag Team Partner
“I have over 12,000 twitter followers!”
What's the most surprising thing you've encountered in your career? (x)
- Wrestling is NOT fake… several black eyes, 3 broken noses, broken ankle, broken thumb, dislocated shoulder, herniated disc.
wwe divas are as close to real life sailor scouts as we’re gonna get
I respectfully submit that this is one of my most favorite portrayals of the idea and substance of Divas, ever.
Winter - Impact Wrestling [1/12/2012]
Recently listened to Katie Lea/Winter’s appearance on Colt Cabana’s Art of Wrestling podcast and found myself to be completely charmed with the former WWE Diva, former TNA Knockout. I never paid too much attention to Katie Lea’s WWE run but loved hearing her talk about jumping the rail at a Germany WWF show as a teen in order to give Diesel a rose she brought for him.
Also, all I could think about was this amazing shot from an episode of Impact Wrestling while she was telling her story. Gorgeous.
A former Woman of Honor, Allison Danger may be best known as the schoolgirl-clad disciple of Christopher Daniels, or perhaps one half of the Dangerous Angels with Sara Del Rey, or as the color commentary voice of SHIMMER Women Athletes. She is a very important figure in modern day womens wrestling and it is sad to hear she is taking a step back from active competition.
But don’t listen to me, hear what the Dirty Dirty Sheets has to say about her.
Your New SHIMMER World Champion
Earlier today, Cheerleader Melissa defeated Sweet Saraya Knight to regain the SHIMMER World Championship, making her the 6th World Champion in the company’s history and the only person to hold the title twice.