Retired Professional Wrestler and Valet for WCW and WWE
Stacy Keibler grew up wanting to be a star. After graduating from college with a mass communications degree, she joined the Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders in 1998. A year later, Keibler's life changed forever when she entered a dance contest for a spot in the WWE Nitro Girls lineup. After winning the contest and $10,000, Keibler joined the crazy world of wrestle-mania by dancing with her fellow Nitro Girls throughout commercial breaks of "WCW Monday Nitro." It didn't take long for producers to notice the 5'11" stunner's leggy athleticism. After only a month, she was promoted from sideline dancer to wrestler in the ring, using the stage name Miss Hancock on TV's popular "WCW: Saturday Night." Her trademark moves were the spinning karate kick and the foot choke. By 2004, Keibler was voted the WWE "Babe of the Year," and Kid Rock recorded his version of ZZ Top's hit "She's Got Legs" in tribute to Keibler's most famous assets. [+]
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