Let the WWE's hottest diva body-slam you into submission
Your exes can thank you for introducing them to ramen and tears; Torrie Wilson owes an ex-boyfriend gratitude for introducing her to pro wrestling—and with it superstardom. One week after visiting backstage with her turnbuckle-mad ex, she was working the ring for a rival organization. Two years later, she signed with the WWE.
“On my first day, I had to seduce Vince McMahon in front of his wife,” says the 31-year-old former fitness model. “We started kissing, then I went to pull his pants down. I thought, ‘Where would this happen, other than the WWE?’”
As well as improving the lives of fans as a Diva on WWE RAW, taking to the ring has also helped Torrie grow.
“In high school, I was a goody two-shoes,” says the Boise, ID, native. “Now I’m much more comfortable with my body. I wear skimpy lingerie and bikinis on TV. I’ve definitely opened up.”
Thank you, WWE.
FHM: Is it customary to apologize after groping another girl in the ring?
Torrie: I would never apologize for groping—that’s a bonus—but I’ll apologize if I hurt her. Candice Michelle always appreciates it when I grope her.
FHM: Have you ever inflicted real pain on an opponent?
Torrie: We’re always trying to make the action look as strong as possible, so if I punch someone, I have to lay it in. You always get it back in return, though. I’ve been kicked in the stomach and been left dry-heaving by the side of the ring because it hurt so much.
FHM: How have your wrestling skills helped you outside the ring?
Torrie: I’ve slapped guys in the bar after they’ve tried to grab my ass—ass-grabbers need to have their asses kicked.
FHM: Seriously, why don’t refs pay attention?
Torrie: They do. When I’m in real pain or disoriented, they help direct me in the ring. There are times when I’ll be in a chokehold and think I’m passing out. In that situation, the ref’s the only one who can look in your eyes and see that you’re fading, then help you get up.
FHM: You’ve fought in bras and panties. How often do bosoms free themselves?
Torrie: My chest pops out quite a bit. I use half a box of double-sided tape every time, but these suckers do not want to stay in. Before one match, I forgot to tape the back of my top. It came off four times. As I lay there trying to fix it, fans were chanting, “Show us your puppies!” I yelled back, “Shut up! I’m trying to wrestle!”
FHM: What’s the most outrageous thing that’s happened during your time in the ring?
Torrie: I’ve wrestled with turkeys—I actually stuck a turkey on a girl’s head. I also had a story angle with this girl who was my nemesis. They brought in my real father and she seduced him to get to me. Then she said to me, “OK, if you do whatever I want for one night, I’ll leave your dad alone.” We taped us making out and her feeding me champagne and strawberries.
After that, she ended up marrying my father in the ring—in their underwear. They stuffed my dad in his tighty-whities. My three brothers called me after the show to ask, “What the hell are you doing to Dad?” I was like, “Are you kidding? He wanted to do it.”
FHM: What happens when fans see you in public with a character you’re supposed to hate?
Torrie: I wrestled Candice at WrestleMania this year. When we’d pull up to a restaurant around that time, I’d be like, “Quick, clothesline me!” As soon as I’d get out of the car, I’d yell, “I hate you, Candice, you bitch!” If we have a few drinks in us, we really get into it, and it’s even more fun.
FHM: What’s your signature move?
Torrie: It’s “The Facial.” When my opponent is in the corner, I pull my shorts up my ass and rub my butt in her face. I’m just waiting for someone to give me a surprise tongue up the butt one day. Guys have asked, “So, when do we get ‘The Stink Face?’” People like to call it “The Stink Face,” but I prefer “The Facial.” It’s more girlie.
FHM:Have you invented any new moves?
Torrie: I take my dog Chloe to the ring these days and put her butt in people’s faces. No one has ever tried that before. I call it “The Chloe Tush Push.” It’s hard to look tough when you have a four-pound dog’s ass right there in your face.
FHM: How does a guy make you submit?
Torrie: It depends on my mood. A little rough isn’t bad. If I want to be loved, and the guy’s not focused on himself, that’s hot.
FHM: And when you say rough . . .
Torrie: I don’t like chains, but a little rough is never bad. I like having my hair pulled in the bedroom. In the ring, not so much. I don’t know what I like about it. I just do.
FHM:What about bedroom tag-teaming?
Torrie: No way. I’m a one-on-one girl.
FHM: Chair over the head?
Torrie: If that’s what you want, I’ll give it to you.
FHM: What’s better: wrestling in front of a huge crowd or good sex?
Torrie: They’re both great, but you have to take good sex. Is there a way to combine both? I don’t want to have sex in the ring, but maybe I’ll get to have sex underneath the ring while the whole crowd is there. That would be awesome.
TORRIE WILSON = BEAUTY that should be worshipped by EVERY man.