Torrie Wilson is a retired wrestler who was involved with both the World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) brands. In addition, she is a retired model and fitness competitor (Miss Galaxy in 1998). Follow along to learn of her work in wrestling.
Start of Torrie Wilson's wrestling career. Torrie Wilson received her start in wrestling thanks to WCW. Attending a show with her boyfriend in 1999, she accompanied a wrestler to the ring when she was spotted backstage. Her time in the WCW was short, though. She was released by the brand in 2000 after being involved in a couple of brief storylines.
Introduction to the WWE. Via The Alliance, which is a WCW/WWE brand, Torrie Wilson was launched into the WWE, playing the role of tagteam partner with Stacy Keibler (as well as being involved in an affair with Vince McMahon). A couple of years later, in 2003, Torrie Wilson began what marked one of her most famous storylines in the WWE: her feud with Dawn Marie. The two were involved in a love triangle: Torrie Wilson later defeated Dawn Marie at No Mercy and then again at the Royal Rumble.
Vince's Devils. Another popular storyline for Torrie Wilson was her inclusion in Vince's Devils. From 2005 to 2006, Torrie Wilson joined Divas Candice Michelle and Victoria to form the trio. A big aside for this trio was the tension over Torrie Wilson's Playboy pictorial, which broke the group apart by April of 2006.
Final steps in wrestling. Torrie Wilson played various roles on WWE in her later years, including stints with ECW. Released by WWE in 2008, Torrie Wilson has released a clothing line and has attracted awareness for the health care needs of retired professional wrestlers.
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