For folks of a certain age, Stacy Keibler is a name they will never forget.
The now 43-year-old former professional wrestler worked for World Championship Wrestling (WCW) from 1999 to 2001 and for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) from 2001 to 2006.
She began her pro wrestling career when she entered a contest held by WCW seeking a new member for the Nitro Girls dance team. Keibler ended up winning the contest after receiving the most online votes of the eight finalists.
While she worked for WCW, Keibler was also a member of the Baltimore Ravens cheerleader squad.
Hey @StacyKeibler, look what we found in the archives… pic.twitter.com/w6x3V1SIdq
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) February 27, 2014
After moving from being a Nitro Girl to a valet with the stage name Miss Hancock, Stacy Keibler joined WWE after the company purchased WCW in 2001.
At one point during her tenure with WWE, she performed the on-screen role of Vince McMahon’s assistant and mistress.
After a brief run as “Super Stacy,” Keibler finished third on Dancing with the Stars and then left professional wrestling completely.
Last month, Stacy Keibler was finally inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame after 17 years away from the game.
On Thursday, the former NFL cheerleader and wrestling star shared a behind the scenes video as she prepared for the ceremony.
Get ready with me @WWE Hall of Fame Style 💄✨ pic.twitter.com/wX28tGeEMh
— Stacy Keibler (@StacyKeibler) April 20, 2023
“I wouldn’t be where I am today without the @wwe Universe,” Keibler wrote in an earlier Instagram post following the announcement of her upcoming enshrinement.
Keibler hasn’t appeared on TV since 2013 when she was a guest judge on Project Runway, appeared on Hollywood Game Night and Fashion Police, guest hosted The View, and was the main host of Supermarket Superstar.
She then married Future Ads CEO Jared Pobre on March 8, 2014, pretty much putting an end to her career in Hollywood.
In her first tweet since 2017, Keibler wrote on March 23, “Been busy the last few years as a mother, wife and raising my kids, but excited to be back and reconnect!”
Up until her WWE Hall of Fame honors, the last time we really saw Stacy Keibler was way back in 2016 when Cam Newton was being sued by Stacy’s husband for allegedly trashing a mansion that he rented from Pobre.