The following year, music artist Cyndi Lauper began a verbal feud with manager "Captain" Lou Albano; this brought professional wrestling into mainstream culture in a storyline that became known as the "Rock 'n' Wrestling Connection".As much as wrestling has been about sweaty dudes in face paint and airbrushed tights rolling around on the ground, it’s also been the home of some of the most attractive women you’ve ever seen.She left the WWE in 2012 to focus on her modeling, but still does a few independent wrestling shows from time to time. Tiffany Newer fans may recognize her as a referee in TNA, but her big moment came in 2008 when Teddy Long introduced her as his assistant manager. from back in the 80s, you need to do some Internet searching. Christy Hemme Would it be crazy to say that Christy Hemme is the hottest woman TNA has ever had on their roster? She’s appeared in everything from Playboy to the Lingerie Bowl in the Lingerie Football League. Kristal Marshall Not only is she one of the hottest women ever in wrestling, she was also one Barker’s Beauties on The Price is Right.Clearly she was the most qualified candidate for the job. Major Gunns Her wrestling career was brief, as she worked with the n Wo, Team Canada, and the Misfits in WCW, but that doesn’t mean her time wasn’t memorable. If you don’t recognize the name Sally The Farmer’s Daughter, you probably recognize her from her episode of Married with Children, where she was wrestling in bed with Pamela Anderson. Obviously she was allowed to wear a little less in the ring than while The Price is Right contestants spun the big wheel. Miss Elizabeth Everyone had a crush on Miss Elizabeth in the 80s.Shortly after, World Championship Wrestling contracted her, where she continued since 1999 until 2001.
She went on to be a three-time champion and still makes television appearances in everything from The Soup to Attack of the Show. Missy Hyatt The stories about backstage Missy Hyatt may or may not be true, but there’s no doubt she was one of the hottest managers WWF, WCW, and ECW ever saw.Thank you for your patience as we go through the process of upgrading your forum and community space on the Catster and Dogster websites.We’re happy to announce that a new platform has been chosen and the transition is under way.Amanda penned a memoir titled “In the Water They Can’t See You Cry” that was released in 2012.It tells of depression and unhealthy relationships endured during her rise to fame.We expect the process to take about a month and the new community pages to be active later this summer.