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      On a recent episode of Jim Cornette's podcast the "Drive-Thru" a viewer wrote in asking his thoughts on some of the past WWE divas. I'll summarize what he had to say since you need to have VIP access in-order to listen.

       

      Luna -  Once had a match with Luna at a house show that went on for nearly 20 minutes. The show was sold out and it was among the most fun he ever had out of the few matches where he actually wrestled.  Great worker, super athletic, had a genuine love for the wrestling business, and he loved being around her. 

       

      Jacqueline - Worked along side her in the Memphis territory, WWE, and TNA. His favorite era of hers was as "Miss Texas" during the mid 90s. She would regularly compete against men garnering huge pops from the crowd. 

       

      Ivory - Got her job by being a "Bumpin' Ho". At the time Jim was responsible for finding "enhancement talent" for the WWE and was told be needed to find a Ho for The Godfather who could take bumps asap. After going through some of his contacts he was referred to Ivory. She did such a great job and won everyone over that it eventually lead to WWE officially signing her. Great personality, looked tremendous, talented, etc. 

       

      Jazz - Excellent wrestler, most of the girls who came down to OVW were starting from scratch but Jazz already had experience. This naturally led her to become more of a mentor/veteran during her time down there. 

       

      Mickie James - The best girl in "every way" out of all the OVW alumni. Most experienced, best worker, and the best looking. Considers her to be one of the best in-ring female performers. 

       

      Jim also believes that all five women above have a place in some sort of wrestling hall of fame (didn't specifically say which one) 

       

      Linda Miles/Shaniqua - Described as being "pretty shitty". Unlike fellow Tough Enough contestant Nidia who worked very hard, Linda never really got the hang of things in the wrestling business. In 2004 after Linda was removed from WWE television she was sent down to OVW. Shortly after arriving in OVW she horribly botched a match with Jillian Hall which then got her removed from OVW television. After six months of having no OVW televised matches her big chance came when she got to challenge Mickie James, but 45 seconds into the match she dropped Mickie on her head nearly breaking her neck. The following day Linda quit. 

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      After six months of having no OVW televised matches her big chance came when she got to challenge Mickie James, but 45 seconds into the match she dropped Mickie on her head nearly breaking her neck.

       

       

      :laycry: and mickie's weight was even a problem at this point

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      I remember Cornette once said Sable was an undercover cunt while Sunny was an upfront cunt. Still a kii.

       

      Glad to see these gals get the praise they deserve.

       

      He did Shaniqua dirty though. She was a dominatrix, she's not supposed to be 'safe' :uhh:

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       After six months of having no OVW televised matches her big chance came when she got to challenge Mickie James, but 45 seconds into the match she dropped Mickie on her head nearly breaking her neck. The following day Linda quit. 

       

       

       

      A Ha ! Biatch ! 

       

      I'm JK 

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      After six months of having no OVW televised matches her big chance came when she got to challenge Mickie James, but 45 seconds into the match she dropped Mickie on her head nearly breaking her neck.

       

       

      :laycry: and mickie's weight was even a problem at this point

      Let's not, Seeing as Queen is not fat.

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      After six months of having no OVW televised matches her big chance came when she got to challenge Mickie James, but 45 seconds into the match she dropped Mickie on her head nearly breaking her neck.

       

       

      :laycry: and mickie's weight was even a problem at this point

       

        :laycry:

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