One of the most exemplary female wrestlers in history is finally getting her due. Ivory will be inducted into the 2018 WWE Hall of Fame this April.
Ivory has been around a long time. She was a competitor on the 1980s wrestling program GLOW, competing under the name Tina Ferrari. She is a one-time GLOW champion.
After returning to the ring in 1999, she began wrestling alongside D'Lo Brown and Mark Henry (sexual chocolate). She certainly knocked down all walls and barriers and before she knew it, she had captured her first WWF/WWE Women's Championship.
Even though she lost it to The Fabulous Moolah, she quickly rebounded and won her title back.
At the turn of the 21st Century, Ivory became partnered with Right to Censor, wearing modest clothing. The long skirt didn't stop her from kicking serious tail. She continued to win matches and championships. Along with wrestling, she served as a trainer on Tough Enough season 3 and hosted many programs before she officially departed the WWE in 2009.
As a long-time WWF/WWE fan, I am so stoked that Ivory is being inducted. It is long overdue and well-deserved. She is one bada** female!
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