Kelly Kelly


Kelly Kelly

WWE Wrestling Star, Diva and Entertainer

 

Barbara Jean "Barbie" Blank (born January 15, 1987) is an American model, professional wrestler, dancer, and professional wrestling valet better known by her ring name Kelly Kelly. She is currently working for World Wrestling Entertainment on its Raw brand.

Raw (2008-present)
The 2008 WWE Draft left Kelly as the only female wrestler on ECW, and upon its completion she was moved to Raw starting with the July 7 episode.[25] Kelly made her Raw debut by teaming with Mickie James to defeat Layla and Jillian Hall. At Survivor Series, Kelly teamed with fellow Raw Divas against the SmackDown! Divas, in which her team won. At Armageddon, Kelly teamed with Maria, Michelle McCool and Mickie James in a winning effort against Jillian Hall, Maryse, Victoria and Natalya. On April 5, 2009, Kelly competed in a Divas Battle Royal at WrestleMania XXV, but the match was won by Santina Marella. On the May 18 episode of Raw, Kelly won a Battle Royal by eliminating Beth Phoenix and Mickie James, to become the number one contender to the WWE Divas Championship. She won her title match against Maryse by disqualification, meaning the championship did not change hands, and lost a subsequent rematch by pinfall two weeks later on June 8. At SummerSlam, Kelly competed in a pre-show divas battle royal, but lost when Chavo Guerrero flipped Kelly and Eve Torres over the top rope. Kelly teamed with Gail Kim, and Melina in a losing effort against Beth Phoenix, Natalya, and Michelle McCool at the Bragging Rights PPV.

Other media

In April 2007, Blank, along with Ashley, Layla El, Brooke, Torrie Wilson, and Maryse, appeared in a music video for the Timbaland song "Throw It on Me" (featuring The Hives). That August all three members of Extreme Exposé also took part in a photo-shoot for FHM Online.

On April 11, 2008, Blank—along with Mickie James, Melina Perez, and Layla El—appeared in an episode of Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp as trainers. Six days later, she appeared as the "Soccerette" on the British football show Soccer AM.

Personal life

While growing up, Blank participated in gymnastics for ten years, before she was forced to quit due to an injury (she broke her tailbone). She later took up cheerleading.[3] Blank studied broadcast journalism, hoping to become a television anchor.[3][7] She was also a Hawaiian Tropic and Venus Swimwear bikini model before she entered professional wrestling.

Blank's father is Jewish and her mother is Christian. She was previously in a relationship with former WWE and TNA wrestler Test.

In wrestling

Finishing moves
K2 / Kelly Killer (Leg drop bulldog, sometimes preceded by stepping off the back of an opponent on all fours)
Signature moves
Diving crossbody
Headscissors takedown
Kelly Killer (Handspring back elbow smash)
Wrestlers managed
The Miz
Mike Knox
Entrance themes
"Holla" by Desiree Jackson (2006–2007)
"Holla (2nd Remix)" by Desiree Jackson (October 6, 2008–present)

Championships and accomplishments

Pro Wrestling Illustrated
PWI ranked her #32 of the best 50 female singles wrestlers in the PWI Female 50 in 2008 (Credit: Wikipedia)

Profiles

WWE Wrestling Babes WWE Divas Divas Ring Divas

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