WWE failed them or they failed WWE!
There are many WWE female wrestlers that will always be remembered for their awesome contributions: Chyna, Trish Stratus, and Lita, to name a few. However, there are so many other women in WWE who never left a lasting impression to the fans.
Some of them failed because WWE gave terrible ideas and basically just treated them as eye-candy for bikini contests and love triangles, but others simply could not wrestle well. Read on!
She was one of the most prominent female athletes in UPW back in 1999. She was actually supposed to be connected to Trish Stratus, but Muffy ended up with Stephanie McMahon.
Muffy only lasted two appearances in which she insulted the audience regarding fitness as part of her WWE character.
Maxine debuted in 2010 and she was part of the third season of NXT. She was defeated in an awful kissing competition, but she returned in the fifth season. She was put into a couple of love triangles before she was released in July 2012.
Hiroko became Kenzo Suzuki's translator in 2004. To be clear, Hiroko was Kenzo Suzuki's wife in real life. Once the both of them were sent to Raw in 2005, they quickly disappeared from WWE.
Lena Yada started as a backstage interviewer in 2008. Likewise, she also participated in a dance competition with Layla and Kelly Kelly. She was only seen in the ring on television once, and she didn't even fight during this special tag team match to celebrate WWE Raw's 800th episode.
Shane McMahon married Marissa Mazzola in 1996, but she was never really as famous as her other relatives. Still, she hosted the studio show named LiveWire and also the WWF Divas: Postcard from the Caribbean project that was released on DVD.
Aksana was from Lithuania and she was actually a pretty great personal trainer and bodybuilder before she entered WWE in 2009. She became Goldust's manager for a while and she also interacted with Teddy Long and Cesaro. However, she just failed to become an interesting wrestler.
She's just like the other fitness models that were hired by WWE. She acted as a massage therapist on WWE SmackDown and even became Big Show's girlfriend.
Even before she entered WWE, she was already an experienced wrestler. Once she appeared on TV in 2009, she was aggressively defeated by Beth Phoenix. Now, she is known outside WWE as the wrestler named She Nay Nay.
Carmella DeCesare was able to work in WWE thanks to the 2004 Diva Search. She got into a fight with Christy Hemme as her character was supposed to be a jealous and sore loser. Carmella managed to become a Playboy Playmate of the Year and she has appeared in Sports Illustrated.
Kristal Marshall was a pretty good wrestler, even if she only lasted for a couple of years. She was noted as a good friend of Vickie Guerrero and she was known to flirt with WWE SmackDown's Teddy Long each week.
Lauren Jones used to be an actress before she was included in WWE in 2004. Torrie Wilson and Dawn Marie noted that Lauren Jones looked like a blow-up doll during the Rookie Diva of the Year competition in 2005. In June 2005, she was finally released by WWE.
Ryan Shamrock was the target of Val Venis, so much so that Ryan's brother would always fight Val Venis. Eventually, Ryan Shamrock was taken by The Undertaker as a sacrifice before being part of the Pretty Mean Sisters group. She was actually presented with a long-term contract, but she refused because of a rivalry with Chyna and because she did not want to be part of an incestuous storyline.
Bertha Faye was an experienced wrestler from Japan and Puerto Rico. Sadly, she was treated as a comedic character who was made fun of simply because of her size. Even if she performed greatly as the WWE Women's Champion, she couldn't handle the ridicule.
She appeared on WWE Raw in 2004 but she was soon moved to SmackDown. Just like Lauren Jones and Michelle McCool, she would also be with John Cena during the rap battles against Kenzo Suzuki.
Juanita Wright was a big fan of wrestling who became the first woman from Missouri to acquire a license to become a wrestling referee. She entered WWE in 1989 and Sapphire managed to beat Sensation Sherri during WrestleMania VI.
Barbara Bush was seriously forgettable. She was known as a ringside nurse for wrestlers such as Stone Cold Steve Austin and Road Dogg in 1999, but it was apparent that she did not like her role in WWE. She tried working at TNA and WCW, but she also did not like her treatment there.
Cherry was the manager of Deuce & Domino. She was actually an indie wrestler before, and she created the feud between Deuce & Domino and Shannon Moore and Jimmy Wang Yang at WWE. Eventually, she was replaced by Maryse as Deuce & Domino's manager.
Rebecca DiPietro mostly appeared backstage and she was only in bikini contests since she was still learning how to wrestle. WWE couldn't propel her to fame, and she ended up becoming a backstage interviewer for ECW before leaving WWE in 2007.
Marianna Komlos was actually a model and bodybuilder who entered WWE in 1999. Apparently, she had a great cleavage and she was treated as a mother by a wrestler named Headbanger Mosh. This gimmick didn't last long so she then became his girlfriend. She didn't even last a year.
Amy Weber entered WWE SmackDown and she was able to defeat Joy Giovanni during the only match they had together. Eventually, Amy Weber left because WWE as a company apparently had the environment similar to a frat house, and she could no longer stand it.
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