Total Divas Report by Mark Spencer

Total Divas Report

byMark Spencer

Kobo ebook | January 19, 2014

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Women have played a huge role in the World Wrestling Entertainment since its existence. The company started as Capitol Wrestling Corporation in 1952, and was part of the National Wrestling Alliance. By 1963, the company was known as the World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF).


In February of 1980, Vincent K. McMahon purchased Capitol Wrestling Corporation Ltd., and the promotion was then known as World Wrestling Federation (WWF). Before 1980, The Fabulous Moolah dominated women's wrestling in the United States of America.


In 1955 she began working at the Capitol Wrestling Corporation under Vince McMahon, Sr. There she would defeat Judy Grable in a 13-women battle royal to win the NWA World Women's Championship. In the years that followed, The Fabulous Moolah battled the likes of Bette Boucher, Yukiko Tomoe, Sue Green and more.


In 1983, Vince McMahon bought the rights to the NWA World Women's Championship and NWA Women's World Tag Team Championship. The Fabulous Moolah was then acknowledged as the first WWF Women's Champion, and Velvet McIntyre and Princess Victoria as the first WWF Women's Tag-Team Champions, with most of the prior history not acknowledged.

Title:Total Divas ReportFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 19, 2014Publisher:Mark SpencerLanguage:English

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