Where Is WWE Hall Of Famer Torrie Wilson Now?

Published 11/04/2021, 7:48 AM EDT


In 1999 Torrie Wilson came into WCW as a valet to David Flair, and in 2019, she left WWE as a Hall of Famer for all the work she did for women’s wrestling.

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Torrie Wilson was one of the most charismatic characters during the Ruthless Aggression era, and the fans loved her. Unfortunately, in 2008, the blonde bombshell quit WWE after nine successful years because of her back injury.

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It was a devastating time for her fans, but Torrie Wilson was not done yet. 

After her back surgery, Torrie Wilson got back into fitness, and she launched a website called TorrieWilsonFit.com. Through this, she wanted to reach out and help other women get into shape.

The 42-year-old is an athlete, a model, an entrepreneur, and a health advocate. She is also the CEO of FITTENSITY which a health and wellness website.  And we know her health tips are practical because Wilson looks as good as she did back in her WWE days. 

Besides her career, Torrie Wilson has been doing well personally, too! She got married to Justin Tupper, who was her long-term partner and Revolution Golf CEO,  She revealed that she got married in an Instagram post, calling her husband ‘the most incredible human.’ 

 

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Will Torrie Wilson return to wrestling?

With so many yesteryear wrestlers returning to compete in seasonal feuds in WWE, Torrie Wilson fans are also wondering if she will ever return to compete.

Torrie returned to WWE when the company had its ‘RAW 25’ anniversary after being away for almost ten years.

She was honored as one of the greatest female wrestlers alongside The Bella Twins and Trish Stratus. 

Wilson also made a triumphant return to wrestling as an entrant at the Royal Rumble in 2018, but was eliminated early by Sonya Deville. 

On March 4, 2019, WWE announced that Wilson would be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2019 which is the most significant honor to receive as a wrestler in WWE. Stacy Keibler inducted Torrie, and she made an emotional speech, despite losing her father days before her induction. 

Torrie Wilson has made many appearances in WWE but hasn’t returned to wrestling full time. However, in an interview with Ring The Belle, she discussed the possibility of a return match.

 Torrie was asked who she’d like her final opponent to be while she talked about her induction.

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At first, she said, she doesn’t know but then said, “I feel like if I ever had another match, I’d have to train for six months, make it damn good.” [h/t comicbook.com]

“The only reason I would only do that is so that I can shut up the naysayers and even prove to myself that I’m a much better athlete today than I was then,” Wilson added on. 

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Torrie recently returned for the 2021 Royal Rumble and hasn’t made an appearance in WWE ever since. Her fans can only hope that they get to see her soon.

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Avani Mishra

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