Trish Stratus has remained non-controversial offscreenPro Wrestling is a glamorous sport. With a number of charismatic men and women working for a promotion and the large amount of time spent together due to the hectic schedule, it is not uncommon for romances to develop within the roster. While there are people like Mick Foley who have been faithfully married to their non-wrestling partners, there are guys like CM Punk who have dated multiple WWE divas before finally settling down.
In the WWE, off-screen relationships between wrestlers are almost as common as on-screen feuds. Naturally, romances develop, and there are tons of WWE personalities who are dating other people on the roster. In some cases, this is incorporated into the storyline, as is the case with the relationship between The Miz and Maryse.
In the era of social media and the internet, the private lives of WWE superstars have never been more exposed to the spotlight. Today, it is not just the in-ring and storyline aspects of their character which fascinate fans, but what happens behind the curtain too. Finding love and holding down a relationship and a family can be difficult for performers who are on the road for most of the year.
Because of the lifestyle, they are involved in; these couples share an unlikely common story. Who could understand a pro wrestler better than another pro wrestler? Who could possibly commiserate with living a life of extreme physical injury and theatrics if not a partner in the same over-the-top industry? And yet, so few made it.
Hearing that WWE Superstars are dating is commonplace nowadays and it makes sense when we look at the schedules most Superstars are on. Today, we take a look at some of the some of the success stories when it comes to WWE Superstars dating. Triple H and Stephanie got married in in a small ceremony in front of family and friends.
There are a lot of things that are normally fleeting in the wrestling business. Title reigns, Superstar pushes, sometimes even careers. In many cases however, perhaps what is the most fleeting are wrestler relationships.
Professional wrestlers are known for their strength, fearlessness, and ego. These days, it seems that every great wrestler has a beautiful woman supporting them whether they win or lose. Here are some of our favorite wives in the wrestling world.
But even before the Total Divas came to life, there were many controversial and even happy relationships formed between WWE Superstars outside the ring. Many of these relationships had more drama than what WWE has telecast on their marquee reality television show. So here is a look at some of those real life couples that made headlines in WWE way before there was a Total Divas show. The marriage happened in and was the biggest news then, since Undertaker was someone who always stuck to kayfabe.
Bliss made her main roster debut on the SmackDown brandeventually becoming SmackDown Women's Champion as well as the first competitor to hold the title twice. In Februaryshe won the first-ever women's Elimination Chamber match. She won the Money in the Bank ladder match and cashed in the contract later that night to win her third Raw Women's Championship, becoming a five-time overall champion.
Total Divas is an American reality television series that premiered on July 28,on E! Total Divas was revealed in Mayas a part of a partnership with E! On May 19,E! In the press release, it was confirmed that Naomi would return as a series regular with Cameron and Rosa Mendes being removed from the main cast.