There have been hundreds of women who have starred on WWE programming over the past 30 years. We've seen evil managers, sexy valets, brave backstage interviewers and amazing wrestlers. In the late '90s, they were no longer known simply as women, they became "divas. Every fan seemed to have their favorite. Even though the term "diva" is fairly new for WWE, the contribution of women to the company goes back much further.
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The WWE has garnered a cult following since its inception. One of the top reasons wrestling fans have ravenously followed the organization is the WWE Divas division. The evolution of women in the wrestling ring has undergone some radical changes, but no matter the transformation, the Divas have continually delivered one promise — pure entertainment. So what happens to our favorite Divas when they exit the WWE? This list dives in to take a look at what some of the most desirable, daring and dastardly Divas have been up to since stepping out of the ring.
The Top 50 WWE Divas of All Time
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Throughout its history, women have served in various onscreen roles in the American professional wrestling promotion WWE. The term was discontinued at WrestleMania 32 on April 3, when the new Women's Championship was introduced. Thus, The Fabulous Moolah's reign was considered to have lasted 27 years by the promotion. The following year, music artist Cyndi Lauper began a verbal feud with her manager "Captain" Lou Albano ; this brought professional wrestling into mainstream culture in a storyline that became known as the " Rock 'n' Wrestling Connection ". In the summer of , the WWF did a storyline where all established managers in the promotion competed to offer their services to Randy Savage.