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Now: After years of serving as the on-screen nagging foil to real-life husband Triple H, she plays a more prominent and developed on-screen role with her husband as the main villains of the company.
The couple has three children and she currently serves as the chief brand officer of WWE. Molly Holly Then: Holly remained above the fray of the more troubling storylines conjured up by WWE’s creative team.
She currently promotes healthy living on social media. Chyna Then: With her enviable athleticism and chiseled physique, Chyna was one of the first female wrestlers to compete against male opponents, even becoming the only woman to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship.
Often dubbed “the ninth wonder of the world,” Chyna, whose real name is Joan Marie Laurer, left the company in 2001, citing relationship problems with real-life beau Triple H (Paul Levesque) as the reason for her departure.
Now: Since leaving WWE, Laurer’s career has taken some questionable moves, making stints on various reality shows and starring in several pornographic films, most notably with fellow “D-Generation X” member X-Pac (Sean Waltman).
Since her reputation took a hit following her departure from WWE, she is now working to restore her place in wrestling history.
She was at her most sympathetic when she fought for her mother a second time from her father's extra-marital affairs — which resulted in Mc Mahon getting choked with a lead pipe by her father.
She was a tough and fierce competitor, winning the Women's Championship four times during her career. tour where they visited various conventions and expos to meet fans. Victoria Then: After winning various fitness and bodybuilding competitions, Victoria first appeared on-screen in WWE in 2000 as the “head ho” for The Godfather — a pimp character.
Now: Lita, real name Amy Dumas, left the ring in 2006 and released an album in 2007 with her band “The Luchagors.” Though the two women feuded throughout their time on WWE, Dumas is now one half of “Team Bestie,” a moniker for her real life friendship with Trish Stratus. She returned to WWE in a full-time wrestling role in 2002 where she feuded often with Trish Stratus.
During her time with WWE, Jazz held the Women's Championship belt twice in her career.
She was released from the company in 2004, but returned for a brief period in 2006 when WWE revived the ECW brand and featured Jazz as an alumni wrestler.