WWE has officially confirmed that Sharmell will be the next female inductee into the Hall of Fame Class of 2022.
Sharmell captivated audiences during her time with WWE by becoming one of the most memorable valets alongside her husband Booker T. When Booker became King of the Ring, naturally, Sharmell would become the Queen giving her that added moniker. In real life, she has donned a crown as she is a former Miss Black America in 1991 at the age of 20.
Her career with the professional wrestling industry started in WCW as a member of the Nitro Girls where she first went under the name of Storm and eventually became Paisley.
Despite not stepping foot into a WWE ring on too many occasions, she was trained in then-developmental OVW and became a member of The Suicide Blondes as Sister Sharmell. She was also stepped into the role of a backstage interviewer.
Sharmell was on an episode of GAW TV which can be checked out by clicking here. After departing ways with WWE in 2007, Sharmell worked with TNA until 2009 and is currently still in the wrestling business as she is the co-founder along with her husband of Reality of Wrestling promotion in Houston, Texas.
She joins The Undertaker and Vader so far as the inductees listed for this year. The event will take place on April 1 and stream on Peacock.
Diva Dirt sends our congratulations to the well-deserved Queen as she enters her rightful place in the WWE Hall of Fame.