Torrie Wilson has been one of the most popular WWE Divas of all-time. Her glamorous outings on weekly TV used to be a huge attraction for the male fans back at the Ruthless Aggression Era. In fact, she was one of the figures that symbolized WWE’s non-PG era. Lingerie contests, pillow fights and more were the pendant assets of Raw and SmackDown with Torrie being a lead name to feature in all of those segments.
During a recent interview with Ring The Belle, Torrie Wilson opened up on one of those segments. Plus, she also noted on a number of topics from her career. The WWE Hall of Famer talked about one of the infamous bikini contests that took place in WWE where she was about to bare it all in front of the audience.
She revealed that the plan was to recreate the nude posture done by Sable back in the 90s. (Where a hand paint-covered Sable’s assets) But the plan was held back and Torrie Wilson wore a bikini having the thinnest covering,
“What they wanted me to do was to paint [her chest with hand prints] like Sable did in 1998. I guess it kinda makes sense because I was against her. But all I heard was, ‘You want me to paint what? No, I’m not’.”
The host of the interview asked her about potentially having one more match in the WWE. Torrie Wilson did not come up with a negative answer. Rather she wanted to feature one such match after intense training just to prove the haters wrong,
“I feel like if I ever had another match I’d have to train for six months, make it damn good. The only reason I would only do that is so that I can shut up the naysayers and even prove to myself that I’m actually a much better athlete today than I was then.”
Someone recently reminded her that WWE actually thought of crowning her as the first-ever WWE Divas Champion back in 2008. But Michelle McCool ended up achieving the history whereas Torrie Wilson never had the chance to win a title in her entire career. So this was her reaction on this issue,
“I have recently heard that. It is kind of depressing to think about. Give me that belt, I deserve it. They didn’t tell us. They didn’t tell me.”