This event took place a decade ago, but the memories are still apparently quite vivid for the 3-time WWE Divas Champion. This is not the case. Torres carried on with her message to say that through her experience she hopes to empower other women who have been through the same thing. It is still Sexual Assault Awareness month, and I felt it was important to share this. For some, it takes decades and many life experiences to truly process what has occurred in our past.
Since becoming a parent, The year-old has made some major discoveries about her body—namely, that looking the way she did before pregnancy isn't all that important to her. Luckily for us, she's sharing that realization with the world in hopes that it will help other women to embrace their own bodies. In a recent Instagram post, Torres shared a selfie she took one week after giving birth. She wrote in the photo's caption that back when she took it, she had "the intention of putting it side by side with my future 'skinny' body after I lost all my baby weight 'in just 4 weeks! And yet, I am proud of my body, and I feel healthy as ever.
The evolution of women's wrestling currently raging on in WWE and across the entire professional wrestling industry has deservedly brought a few old faces out of the woodwork. While the likes of Stratus, Lita , Molly Holly, and Michelle McCool have all returned, there are still a couple of retired stars that are yet to play a part in the women's revolution. Wrestlers such as Victoria and Gail Kim. Three-time Divas' Champion Eve Torres has also been absent, although this latest news might go some way to explaining why that is. Torres took to Instagram on Thursday to announce the news that she had given birth to her second child, another son who she and her husband have named Renson Gracie pronounced Henson.
Skip to main content. Beauty, brains and ability? Eve had it all. With her blend of versatile fighting skills and ring intelligence, Eve rose to the top of the division in a short time after winning the Diva Search.