Ranking The Best Women Personalities From The Attitude Era

15. Torrie Wilson

Torrie Wilson first made a name for herself in the rival outfit WCW. Though she appeared on WWE during the latter stages of the attitude era, she was still a staple for all wrestling fans during the period. Wilson's charismatic persona -- coupled with her model looks -- made her an instant favorite. She was employed by the WWE for seven years before ultimately departing in 2008.

Interestingly enough, Wilson was married to former professional wrestler Peter Gruner (aka Billy Kidman) for five years. She then had a relationship with former MLB player Alex Rodriguez. As of today, Wilson's devoted her life to the realm of helping people through her work in fitness and personal training.

14. Ivory

Ivory proved to be a very versatile character within the wrestling landscape. Initially, she was pegged as more of a sex symbol. Much of Ivory's early time was spent as a valet for The Godfather. This included dressing in a rather scantily clad manner. Ivory then broke out as an actual wrestler -- showcasing her ability in the ring. She was powerful and agile -- possessing a diverse repertoire of holds and signature moves.

After a brief stop as a member of the annoyingly proper heel group 'Right To Censor', Ivory worked sporadically until 2005. Today, Ivory (real name Lisa Moretti) has a business working with animals -- both as a shelter and as a grooming business.

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