In the early to mid-2010s, Summer Rae was one of the women’s division’s most well-known athletes. She eventually parted ways with the business in 2017 and gained expertise in a completely different industry. She also chose to increase the heat recently by getting some sun and sweat simultaneously on the beach.

Summer Rae began her career at NXT in the early 2010s. The blonde superstar was identified as a top prospect who worked alongside future stars of the women’s division like Charlotte Flair and Sasha Banks.

Best known for being Fandango’s dancer, the former Total Divas star worked for the business for about six years. Summer Rae also participated in a love triangle with Lana, Rusev, and Dolph Ziggler.

Summer Rae has kept herself busy as a model and loves her job. She took to Instagram and uploaded her latest workout video donning a revealing black outfit in the Florida heat.


“Getting some sun & a good sweat? Sign me up but bring the @onceuponacoconut for this Florida heat 🥵🥥 With potassium, calcium, & magnesium in every sip @onceuponacoconut has become a staple for me during & after every workout! Optimum hydration with no added sweeteners. 🥥💦 Use code Danielle10 for a little something extra at checkout!


Summer Rae made a comeback to WWE last year and participated in the Women’s Royal Rumble event. Although though Rae didn’t last long in the competition, the audience was nevertheless pleased to see her take part. We’ll have to wait and see what the future holds for the former WWE Superstar. See her video down below for now!

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