Your Two Cents: Favorite Non-Wrestlers

“Your Two Cents” is our interactive feature where we gauge the opinions of our Twitter and Facebook followers on different discussions in women’s wrestling.

This week, we’re asking this: There’s more to wrestling than what goes on in the ring, so we want to know: who are your favorite women who don’t/didn’t wrestle often? We’ve read your responses on our social media pages and picked some of the best submissions to highlight here on the website. As always, you can join the debate by leaving your comments!

Our Two Cents

Batting for Team DD this week, it’s Bobby giving us his personal opinion on this week’s topic:

Bobby: I’m sure it comes as no surprise that my favorite woman who hardly wrestled is none other than Miss Karen Jarrett! Karen got me invested into the Knockouts like I hadn’t been in so long, and that’s not all their fault but the thing is I am more entertained by seeing someone amuse me in segments than put on great matches. That’s not saying that I don’t enjoy watching matches, but sometimes I can drift off during one if I’m not seeing it in person, so having someone who was so funny and constantly on TNA every week getting the Knockouts segments was basically what I needed (and what I now miss).

Your Two Cents

Francisco Mata | Hard question… I would say Tiffany since she only wrestled a couple of matches on SmackDown. She was so gorgeous and she was an awesome general manager and she had the skill’s to back it up.
Greg Demeule | Any decent female manager. If you find a good one, you’ll always be entertained.
@Jakeyin612 | Women who knew to CONNECT with the audience. Terri Runnels and Debra were great in their manager roles.
Josue Guzman | That’s an easy one: Dixie Carter. TNA’s most important and most powerful woman is truly making it in a man’s world. Though TNA isn’t as big as WWE and is often bashed for “being the home for WWE rejects”, that hasn’t stopped the company from being in the business for a milestone of ten years! If it wasn’t for Dixie, we may have not been introduced to some of the greatest moments in women’s wrestling history that include the incredible Awesome Kong/Gail Kim feud, stables such as The Beautiful People and Mexican America, Karen Jarret being crowned VP of the Knockouts, etc.
Lorena Morales | Vickie Guerrero. The woman draws more heat with just two words than most heels do with a 10 minute promo.
Nicole Bellinghausen | Dawn Marie. I would LOVE to watch her get more active in the ring as she had immense talent and charisma, more so.. she is a beautiful woman!
Ozzy Valentine | No question, Stephanie McMahon! She was a valuable Women’s Champion despite the fact that she barely defended her title. This had everything to do w her manipulative nature outside the ring and her status as the spoiled, rotten McMahon princess. She even survived the three other formidable Divas like Chyna, Lita, and Trish Stratus during her active time as valet. And it was all her activity outside the ring that got the job done. If she couldn’t handle them in the ring, she had Triple H, Kurt Angle and her own father take them down. She helped make Raw and Smackdown must see TV. I think the current crop of valet Divas should take notes of Stephanie’s career.

And now we turn it over to you…

What are your two cents on the debate? Who are your favorite women who don’t/didn’t wrestle often? Tell us in the comments…

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