Christy Hemme is best known for her work in the squared circle, but those days are long gone. Hemme is on to other things, like tending to her quadruplets, and other ventures. She also made up her mind about staying retired despite so many fans who would love to see her in the ring once again.
Hemme left WWE and spent a decade’s worth of time in Impact Wrestling starting in 2006, but she left the company in 2016 and has been doing her own thing since.
East Coast Autograph Auctions hosted a virtual signing when Hemme was asked if she would ever consider a return to pro wrestling. She gave a definite “no,” but that might not be the case if her neck wasn’t so banged up.
No [I will not wrestle again]. I would wrestle if I didn’t have a bad neck, because I just have a fiery fight to do it but, the neck has stopped me.
The WWE Diva Search winner and 2006’s TNA Knockout of the year wrestled her final recoded match on November 2009 at Washingtonville High School in Washingtonville, New York. She defeated Lea Morrison during that indie show, and Hemme isn’t looking back.
We’ll have to see if Christy Hemme takes a non-wrestling role with another company down the line. She was an announcer for TNA during her final stretch with the company. She seems content right now, but Hemme is still appreciative of the fans she made along the way.
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