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Beth Phoenix at the Cauliflower Alley Club Reunion
SLAM Canoe has added 3 photos of Beth at the Cauliflower Alley Club Reunion from April 17th where she accompanied WWE Hall of Famer Edge to the event. Check out the newest photos now added to our gallery.
Last weekend Beth appeared at Wrestlecon and thanks to Bob Mulrenin we have 3 new photos from the appearance. Also, former TNA Knockout Thea Trinidad, better known as Rosita in the organization, posted a photo of her official Twitter page from meeting Beth for the first time. All photos have been added to the gallery!
Former three-time WWE Women’s Champion and former WWE Divas Champion, “The Glamazon” Beth Phoenix, was the featured guest on this week’s edition of the award-winning Monday Night Mayhem, hosted by The Big Mosh & “The Chairman of the Board” Todd Vincent. Take part in #MNM11, the eleven-year anniversary celebration of “Your Home of Wrestling Radio” right now on Facebook (at www.Facebook.com/MondayNightMayhem & www.Facebook.com/FeelTheMayhem), and follow The Mayhem on Twitter (at www.Twitter.com/FeelTheMayhem).
The former WWE Diva joined The Big Mosh & “The Chairman of the Board” Todd Vincent for her highly-anticipated MNM return, which is now available for download on the Wrestleview Radio Network:
Interview highlights courtesy of WWEDVDNews.com‘s Aaron Carnevale, MNM’s National Correspondent:
Why she believes that the time was right for her to retire from the WWE: “I entered a different season in my life. I’m 32. I started wrestling when I was 19 years old, and I spent my entire adult life on the road chasing this dream, and I loved it. I absolutely loved everything I did with WWE, and I had a wonderful career with them. It’s time to check other things and experience other parts of life that you can’t when you’re ‘married to the business,’ and that’s literally what you have to do to be successful. I did so much in the way of my dream, and I certainly left no stone unturned. To chase other dreams, I kind of had to make that really tough decision to move on to the next phase of my life.”
Her favorite matches and favorite moment in her WWE career: “My favorite match would be a tie, with my match with Nattie (her last televised WWE match in her hometown of Buffalo on the September 28th edition of SmackDown) and my match with Candice at Unforgiven (2007), which was my first match for the WWE Divas Championship. My favorite moment would probably be my entrance in the Royal Rumble. It’s no secret that I’ve been influenced by Chyna. Her moment in the Royal Rumble was groundbreaking, and to be able to be the next girl to do was mind-blowing. I don’t think my heart was beating the whole time I was in the ring.”
Her thoughts on the current state of women’s wrestling and why she believes “right now is the best time to be a WWE Diva”: “Wrestling goes through seasons. Some things become trends for a while or other things become a trend or the style. When women’s wrestling got really hot, it was in a mature era where the girls could be more sexual and then be tough at the same time., so there was a lot of attention on it. It’s hard to call attention to something when you don’t have the same tools that you did. It takes a while to condition people to a different product, as opposed to what they’re used to seeing. I think right now is the best time to be a Diva. What it is about is finding out what they don’t and making yourself a commodity in that area. I think eventually you will see the standouts come to the forefront.”
Whether or not she sees a possible WWE Hall of Fame induction becoming a reality for her some day: “I think there is a long, long line of ladies and gentlemen for that matter that needs to go in there long before I’m even on the radar. It would be amazing. Would I be thrilled and would it be the most amazing thank you anyone can get? It would be amazing, but it’s not something I need in my life to feel like my career had ended or anything. I don’t need to get that awesome recognition, because I had so many great moments while I was there.”
Much more is contained in Beth Phoenix’s exclusive interview with Monday Night Mayhem, including her candid thoughts on what is she planning on doing while she is away from the business, why she would be interested in being the one selected to induct Trish Stratus into the WWE Hall of Fame, what WrestleMania means to her, why the rumored program with Kharma never materialized in the WWE, her memories of working with Santino Marella,how Molly Holly helped get her first break into the industry, why she always wears the heart of Buffalo on her sleeve wherever she goes, her reaction to being chosen as the first inductee into the Monday Night Mayhem Hall of Fame’s “Class of 2013,” plus so much more! Follow “The Glamazon” right now on Twitter (at www.Twitter.com/TheBethPhoenix). Mayhem Nation: Please do your part to donate to the Ryan and Karen English fund (located at: www.gofundme.com/27ommo), a charity near and dear to Beth’s heart. Karen and Ryan were tragically killed in a head-on auto accident on Friday March 1st in Millerton, PA. Miraculously, their three boys (3, 9, and 12 survived). Log on to to donate what you can to help this family in their time of tremendous need, as 100% of the donations will go for the sole benefit of the children.
Beth has started a new venture and opened up Glam Canvas! An amazing store Beth has opened to sell her next passion in life which is art. Beth has a great collection up right now of art she has done and all at an amazing price. Keep checking out Beth’s store to see what she release to find the perfect piece of Glam Art for yourself.
After AJ got soaked on Smackdown this past week when Ricardo Rodriguez threw water on her at ringside, WWE.com has released some past shoots of the Divas getting “soaked” on the beach for most of them. Beth got one photo released and it’s an unseen higher quality photo from her Summer Skin shoot. Check out the beautiful photo of our Glamazon now up in our gallery.
Name: Elizabeth Kocianski AKA: Beth Phoenix DOB: November 24th, 1980 WWE Debut: May 8th, 2006 Final Match: October 29th, 2012 Birthplace: Elmira, NY Resides: Syracuse, NY Mini Bio: Beth Phoenix is a womens wrestler best known for her days in the WWE as a Diva. Beth started wresting in high school where she was the first female varsity wrestler in her high school's history. Her first match professionally was again Alexis Laree aka Mickie James. Beth was called to WWE's training facility in May of 2004. Beth made it to WWE's Raw roster in May 2006 until she broke her jaw and was out for 14 months before retuning to Raw in July 2007. She finished her career as a 3x Women's Champion & 1x Divas Champion in the WWE. She was also the first Diva to compete in a "I Quit," & Tables match.
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