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WWE.com is running a feature called “Tribute to Valets” and Torrie Wilson (WCW Torrie) is included. For some reason the photos for Torrie only include her WCW days which is very rare and nice to re-live again but one can’t forget that the blonde bombshell continued her valet roots in WWE as well for some of their biggest stars! Enjoy these rare photos from her WCW days!

“One for the Ladies!” A Tribute to Ringside Valets — Some Superstars like to have a little company on their way to the ring, without the prodding of a manager. To add that extra flair, these grapplers went out and found the perfect combination of beauty and brains in ringside valets. Learn more about these lovely ladies, check out photos and watch them in action! These lovely ladies amped up the larger-than-life personalities, and often lent a helping hand when officials had their backs turned. So, take a look back at some of the most vivacious vixens ever to walk down the aisle, arm-in-arm with the greatest stars.

Also, I added new photos and gave the gallery a bit of a new look so be sure to “refresh” it to be sure to see the changes!

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+ GALLERY: WWE.com Related Photos > Alumni Profile > Tribute to Valets


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THE COVERGIRL - TORRIE WILSON
Torrie Anne Wilson, 45, is a fitness icon, model, actress and retired American professional wrestler. She is best known for her tenures in WCW & WWE, where she worked on their various brands throughout her 10 year run. Aside from wrestling, Torrie has been on the cover of various magazines, including Oxygen, FHM and Playboy, which she posed for twice. Torrie has also appeared on I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here reality show as well as several other television shows. She has also ventured into business via the fashion & clothing industry. Torrie is currently a health coach for Fittensity.com in addition to other miscellaneous projects. She became a WWE Hall of Famer in 2019. MORE >>>

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