This list dives in to take a look at what some of the most desirable, daring and dastardly Divas have been up to since stepping out of the ring.
It sure was a wild ride for Molly Holly in her time in the WWE Divas ring from 2000-05.
The WWE Hall of Fame inductee is now cancer-free and even released an autobiography, “A Star Shattered: The Rise & Fall of Wrestling Diva Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch.” The WWE world was first introduced to Terri Runnels in 1996.
She appeared as Marlena, the mysterious, cigar-smoking manager of Goldust, who was actually her real-life husband at the time.
Mickie James made her official WWE debut in 2005 in a seemingly innocuous role, alongside Trish Stratus as her “biggest fan.” In a creepy turn of events, James turned out to be downright obsessed with Stratus, creating one of the more entertaining and odd feuds between the Divas.