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Former WWE Diva Jillian Hall Is Looking Unrecognizable These Days (Photos)

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Below are a couple of top WWE news stories of the day, involving Jillian Hall and Damian Priest.

• Former Divas Champion Jillian Hall, known for her stint in WWE from 2005 to 2010, has recently been making headlines for her strikingly different appearance. Fans of the former WWE star will remember her for her distinctive in-ring persona and memorable storylines, but her recent transformation has left many fans doing a double-take.

Hall, who was known for her over-the-top character and musical gimmick, stepped away from the wrestling spotlight many years ago. However, her recent photos shared on social media reveal a dramatic change in her look. The former diva, who used to sport blonde hair and a glamorous wrestling attire, now has a more subdued and refined style that highlights her natural beauty.

Her fans have taken to social media to express their surprise and admiration for her new look. Comments have poured in, complimenting her on how well she has maintained herself and how stunning she looks now.

Jillian Hall’s transformation is a testament to her ability to reinvent herself and continue to capture the attention of fans even after her wrestling career. It’s clear that she has embraced a new chapter in her life, one that showcases a different, yet equally captivating side of the former WWE diva.

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• There was a pinfall botch during the World Heavyweight Championship match between Damian Priest and Seth Rollins at Money In The Bank.

Rollins went for a pinfall attempt on Priest and the referee stopped counting at 2 despite Priest not kicking out. You can watch it below:

When asked about this during the post-show press conference, Triple H joked that the referee’s decision is final. Human beings are in the ring, mistakes happen. It is what it is. It’s a shame that that’s all people are going to remember from this match.

According to the Wrestling Observer, Drew McIntyre’s music hitting was NOT supposed to break up the count, and it was just Priest who forgot to kick out.

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