It was great to see Torrie Wilson back on the WWE programming for one night only during the Legends Night. She may have not won the Women’s or Divas Championships during her career but there’s no denying how she is one of the all-time great female talents in the history of the company. Her commitments made her a WWE Hall of Famer, down the road which was a well-deserved accolade.
There’s no denying that Torrie Wilson is one of the most gorgeous female athletes to step into the squared circle, if not the most beautiful, ever. She left the WWE world, almost a decade ago meaning that she doesn’t necessarily have to wear make-up for the show. She doesn’t belong to the modeling industry, either. But even at the age of 45, she remains the most beautiful holding a perfect figure.
With the latest photo shared from Torrie Wilson’s Instagram account, the veteran was seen wearing an off-shoulder dress that is too hot to handle. She humorously noted how she is in the age of becoming one’s mother. But instead, she wants to train one’s mother,
“I could probably be your Mother. Instead I wanna train your Mother.”
This was definitely a self-appreciation post for the toned figure, she’s been maintaining. Going by her social media handles, she loves the role of being a fitness guru for her followers. The gorgeous star also offers online courses at a minimum cost.
As mentioned above, Torrie Wilson was back on the Legends Night to feature in a backstage segment. Angel Garza tried to flirt with her on the show who was instead shown a room where Cardi B, Kylie Jenner was supposed to be in. Garza instead ran into the boogeyman and was terrified as hell.
Torrie Wilson on one last match in WWE
Since Torrie Wilson was released from WWE back in 2008, she has made a handful of appearances at shows like RAW’s 25th Anniversary and wrestling in the battle royals at WWE Evolution. Speaking with Ring the Belle, she wanted to return for another WWE match, only she could train for quite a while beforehand to prove the doubters wrong about her abilities.
“I feel like if I ever had another match I’d have to train for six months, make it damn good,” Wilson said. “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.” (Quotes courtesy Wrestling INC)