So since rolling out the first installment for The WrestleMania Six earlier in the week, I have run into a snag! It looks as though the ‘six’ have become seven after Nidia was announced as the latest participant! So we’ve had to redesign our sets etc., so to speak.
This Sunday at WrestleMania 25, WWE pays homage to it’s 25th anniversary with an honorary 25 Diva battle royal for the title of Miss WrestleMania. Not only will the current crop of Divas have an opportunity to win said title but so will some names and faces from the past – the WrestleMania Seven! Stealing a page from Lost‘s Oceanic Six, we have dubbed our seven returning Divas after the wacky ABC show.
While Hassan looks at the current Divas in WrestleMania Spotlight, over the next few days, I will be looking at the seven returning Divas who will compete in the Miss WrestleMania match.
WWE Debut: 2001
WWE Retirement: 2008
Career Highlights: Two time Playboy covergirl
Confirmed or Declined?
Confirmed. WWE confirmed Torrie at the WrestleMania press conference last week.
Past WrestleMania Appearances
Torrie appeared at five consecutive WrestleManias, 19-23 and competed in two of those.
Torrie’s WrestleMania Moment
Torrie is undefeated at WrestleMania, having beaten Miss Jackie and Stacy Keibler at WrestleMania XX in a Playboy Evening Gown match. She later defeated Candice at WrestleMania 22.
Miss WrestleMania Threat Factor
Torrie is one of the more popular of the WrestleMania Seven, so I think she has a good chance of lasting a while in the match. She’s always had a good track record at lasting in battle royals.
I expect Torrie’s biggest threats will be some of the Divas she’s most familiar with: Trish Stratus, Victoria, Michelle McCool and even Gail Kim. It would be awesome to see her and Victoria go at it one last time.
Likelihood of Winning
I’d put Torrie’s chances at moderate.