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Former WWE Diva Says Torrie Wilson Refused To Kiss Her

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• Former WWE Diva Says Torrie Wilson Refused To Kiss Her

Former WWE Diva Victoria was recently interviewed on the ‘Ring The Belle’ podcast, where she revealed that Candice Michelle is a good kisser.

She was referring to sometime around late 2005, when the Ruthless Aggression Era was still going on and Divas kissing each other wasn’t shocking to anyone, nor was it a rare occasion to see that on WWE TV.

Here’s what Victoria said:

“They wanted more s*xiness. Like, ‘Hey, don’t forget you guys are girls.’ We started wrestling too much like the guys. Remember, you’re girls and s*x sells and stuff like that.

I know it’s PG-13, but I go, ‘Hey, do you guys want to do a triple kiss?’. Torrie Wilson goes, ‘No, I’m not kissing you guys. Are you kidding me? No, I don’t want to, I’ll kiss Chloe (her dog)’. And Candice Michelle goes ‘I’ll do it.’

So I thought it was going to be too much s*xiness that they’re like, ‘OK, that was a little too much’. It caught on. Thank goodness, Candice is a good kisser.”

Victoria first appeared on WWF TV as one of The Godfather’s hos early on, but eventually made her official WWE debut as Victoria on the July 7th 2002 episode of Sunday Night Heat.

She stayed with WWE until January 2009, but has since returned on several occasions, like to participate in the Divas Battle Royal at WrestleMania 25 and as an entrant in the 2021 Women’s Royal Rumble match.

Under the ring name Tara, she also wrestled for Dixie Carter’s Total Nonstop Action! (TNA) from 2009 till 2013.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 27, 2005) – WWE Survivor Series 2005

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 27, 2005, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘WWE Survivor Series 2005’ LIVE on PPV from the Joe Louis Arena at Detroit, Michigan.

The PPV theme song of this dual brand (WWE RAW & WWE SmackDown!) pay-per-view was “Lights Out” by the band ‘P.O.D.’.

This was the first PPV after Eddie Guerrero passed away a few days earlier.

Here are the results:

Vacant WWE United States Championship: Booker T defeated Chris Benoit

WWE Women’s Championship: Trish Stratus (c) defeated Melina

Last Man Standing: Triple H defeated Ric Flair

WWE Championship: John Cena (c) defeated Kurt Angle

Theodore Long defeated Eric Bischoff

Survivor Series elimination match: Team SmackDown! defeated Team Raw

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