Ever since the WWE revealed itself to be "scripted," they started to structure themselves as a "sports entertainment" product in which the entertainment bit would slowly trump the actual wrestling in the company. WWE started to establish itself as a "brand" of wrestling rather than an actual promotion, and like every self-conscious brand, the WWE also likes to keep its image clean as a whistle. These Divas often undergo a change after leaving the company, which makes them almost unrecognizable, and with social media becoming bigger with every passing year, these women don't shy away from posting pictures of their current state online. Sable will always be remembered for being THE erotic element of the Attitude Era, as she would woo many fans with her stunning body and had this seductive mannerism to her character as well.
We kind of have to face it, without women, professional wrestling would just be sweaty, musclebound dudes in tight costumes pretending to wail on each other and performing acrobatic stunts. There would still be the athleticism and some of the story lines, but at the same time, wrestling would lack an element of sex appeal for the majority of the audience. The popularity of women in wrestling, and especially the Divas in WWE have gone through the roof in recent years and we can see why. The women are stunning, athletic and put on a great show even the ones who can barely wrestle or handle a mic. Unfortunately, women's wrestling is often a massive tease. We get to see these Goddesses wearing tight, revealing athletic attire running around, throwing each other and looking nearly perfect while doing it, but fans are seldom seeing what they're really looking for.
Sex sells and WWE knows this subject very well. The year brings in an era of the modern Diva. While there were women wrestling or women as managers, the new age Divas finally appeared. But the roles of the Divas as sex symbols have changed drastically from that time. Many Divas have posed nude either before or during there time in WWE. Eight Divas have been on the cover of Playboy since
Christina Lee Hemme born October 28,  is an American professional wrestling valet , ring announcer , singer and retired professional wrestler and model. Hemme was born in Poway, California ,  but she grew up in Temecula, California. She was a cheerleader for two years at Temecula Valley High School. San Jacinto College , where she majored in dance. After graduating, she relocated to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in modeling. Hemme took part in the Lingerie Bowl. Hemme began her WWE career as a member of the Raw roster. The feud culminated in a "lingerie pillow fight " at Taboo Tuesday on October 19, which Hemme won. As Stratus was ostensibly scornful of Hemme's appearance in the April issue of Playboy , Stratus interrupted Hemme's unveiling and spray painted all over the cover.