WWE Hall of Famer Torrie Wilson was regarded as one of the cornerstones for Women in the WWE during the early 2000s and Ruthless Aggression era. Moreover, she has gone to credit fellow Legend Kevin Nash for her kick-starting her pro wrestling career.

Torrie Wilson competed in beauty pageants and did many modelling gigs before starting her wrestling career in WCW in 1999. She later signed with WWE in 2001, and wrestled in the women’s division. Torrie Wilson’s on-screen presence, athleticism and beauty made her a mainstay on WWE television programming.

Torrie Wilson’s wrestling career began on an interesting thanks to fellow WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash. She credited Big Daddy Cool for getting her into the wrestling business. It was during a visit to WCW with her wrestling-fan boyfriend in 1999 that she met Kevin Nash. She spoke about the incident on Generation Iron Fitness Network.

“I didn’t know who any of them were, but I was taking pictures with Bill Goldberg and some people. Then I met Kevin Nash, and he was like, ‘I saw you in a green bikini in a magazine, and we have this storyline idea. Would you be interested in doing it, working with Ric Flair?’ And it was just like acting segments, and so I said yeah,”

Despite never winning a championship in WWE, Torrie Wilson is still one of the most beloved WWE superstars from the women’s division. Her most high profile feud was against Dawn Marie involving her real-life father Al Wilson as well. Torrie Wilson was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2019 by her friend, Stacy Keibler.

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