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WWE.com is running a 25 Hottest WWE Bodies Countdown:

Torrie #14 – As misguided as late ’90s WCW could often be, the doomed promotion did bring us Torrie Wilson, so it couldn’t have been all bad. Fresh off being crowned 1998’s Miss Galaxy (which means there are women on Mars who couldn’t contend with her physique), Torrie instantly had tongues wagging at her impossibly defined frame when she arrived in Atlanta as an nWo seductress. Becoming a magazine mainstay after moving to WWE in 2001, Wilson covered FHM and did a turn on the NBC reality show, “I’m a Celebrity … Get Me out of Here!” — Congratulations Torrie! (Based on just the Divas rankings, Torrie is #7 following Kelly Kelly (6), Eve (5), Maryse (4) the Bella Twins (3), Stacy Keibler (2) & Trish Stratus (1)

WWE.com recently ranked Torrie at #10 (#6 of the Divas) on their 50 Most Beautiful People.

Related Links:
+ TW UPDATE > Torrie on the 50 Most Beautiful People List
+ GALLERY > WWE.com Photos > Alumni Profile > WWE.com Features > 25 Most Hottest Bodies in History
+ WWE.COM > Torrie on the 25 Most Hottest Bodies List


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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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