Monday, 7 May 2012

Wwe Diva Beth Phoenix

Wwe Diva Beth Phoenix Biography
Carolan began wrestling on the Elmira, New York Notre Dame High School scholastic wrestling team. She was the first female varsity wrestler in her high school's history.[2][3][4] She became the North-East freestyle women's champion (72 kg weight class) in 1999.[2] She also became the women's champion (72 kg weight class) at the New York State Fair Tournament in 1999.[2] At the time she was also a member of USA Wrestling, a freestyle wrestling association.[3][7] Her life goal was, according to her, to become a professional wrestler, and she believed that having a solid amateur background would help her reach it.[7]
After graduating from high school in 1998, she enrolled in both a professional wrestling school and Canisius College in Buffalo, New York. Her first choice for wrestling school was Stu Hart's Dungeon, but because of the location, she decided on a more local school. At the school, she was trained by the All Knighters (Joey Knight and Robin Knightwing), who themselves had trained in the Hart Dungeon.[7] She later stated that Nora Greenwald had paid for her to attend wrestling school after Carolan had given her a demo tape of her work.[8] Her professional wrestling debut match was against Alexis Laree.[7] She then competed with various independent promotions, including Cleveland All Pro Wrestling and Apocalypse Wrestling, against both male and female wrestlers, using the name "Phoenix".[7][9] In 2002, she was one of the first wrestlers in GLORY, an independent organization for women, and was the inaugural champion.[2][9] She then joined Far North Wrestling (FNW), and was the only female wrestler in the promotion.[2] She defeated Joey Knight and Kevin Grace in 2003 to become the FNW Cruiserweight Champion.[2][7] Later in 2003 she took part in World Xtreme Wrestling's annual Women's Elite 8 tournament where she made it to the final, before losing to April Hunter. She returned two years later and defeated Nikki Roxx but was bested in the second round by eventual winner Alicia.[10] The following month, Phoenix appeared at the inaugural taping for the Ring of Honor sister promotion Shimmer Women Athletes; during Volume 1 she was pinned by Shimmer founder Allison Danger but scored an upset victory in a non-title match against NWA Midwest Women's Champion MsChif.[11]
She was invited to a tryout with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in May 2004, and then relocated to Louisville, Kentucky to work for their developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW).[2][7] She debuted on OVW television in July 2004, having expanded her ring name to "Beth Phoenix", and became the on-screen girlfriend and valet of Chris Masters.[2][7] The storyline was short lived, and the following month Phoenix was repackaged as the manager of Aaron "The Idol" Stevens.[2] She signed a developmental contract with WWE on October 20, 2005, the same month that she broke her hand.[2][7] The duo was then joined by Shelly Martinez who Beth soon feuded with in early 2006.[2] Phoenix then stopped appearing regularly on OVW after debuting on WWE's Raw television show.
On August 16, 2006, Phoenix returned to action in OVW, defeating Serena.[12] Phoenix began regularly competing for the OVW Women's Championship, unsuccessfully challenging the champion ODB in a battle royal and a four-way match, which was won by Serena.[13][14] At the October 4, 2006 OVW television tapings, however, Phoenix defeated Serena to win the championship.[15] She lost the championship to Victoria Crawford in a gauntlet match on October 20, and won it back the next day; however, Crawford's title reign is not officially recognised, and as a result, neither is Phoenix's second reign.[16][17][18] Phoenix officially dropped the championship in a gauntlet match at the November 1 television taping, after she was eliminated by Katie Lea, who eventually won the match.[19]
On the November 6 episode of OVW, Phoenix came out with her own championship, and claimed to still be the women's champion.[1] As a result, a ladder match was set up, where the winner would become the undisputed OVW Women's Champion. Lea won the match and was presented with the title belt on the first show of 2007.[20] Throughout 2007, Phoenix continued to wrestle in numerous women's matches in OVW.[1] Phoenix made her last appearance in OVW at their August 15, 2007 TV tapings where she lost to Lea in a number one contenders match.[1][21]
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WWE Divas Championship-Mickie James(C) Vs. Beth Phoenix

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WWE Divas: Beth Phoenix And Natalya At WWE SummerSlam 2011 LA Event

Wwe Divas Tag Team Match Mickie James And Beth Phoenix Vs Michelle Mcool And Layla

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