Dec 8: RAW in Greenville, NC
Dec 15: RAW in Detroit, MI [rumored]
Dec 29: RAW in Washington, DC
Jan 12: RAW in New Orleans, LA
Jan 19: RAW in Dallas, TX
Jan 26: RAW in Hartford, CT
Feb 9: RAW in Columbus, Ohio [rumored]
WWE events listed above include appearances by Rena's husband Brock Lesnar. Not Rena herself.
"I workout just about everyday and do a lot of cardio. Eating is the most important aspect of looking lean. I eat egg whites and whole wheat bread for breakfast followed by chicken breast, potatoes, rice, fish with fruits and vegetables for lunch & dinner."
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In 2000 Rena was hired to be a one-time assistant coach for the Syracuse Smash lacrosse team to attract people to the sport.
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WWE posted photos of current and former WWE divas in bikinis on WWE.com, including 2 of Sable from the “South of the Border”- photoshooting. And it probably would’ve gone unnoticed if it wasn’t such a poorly done photoshop job but apparently Sable’s backside is too hot for WWE.com. The 3rd photo below is the 2003 released original:
Published by Website Staff on November 21st, Filed in Updates
Former WWE writer Vince Russo published an article about Sable & Madusa on WrestleZone (Exclusive: How Debra Micelli and Rena Mero Saved Women’s Wrestling). Here’s what he wrote about Rena/Sable:
Simply put, we needed a strong-willed, beautiful woman who carried herself with grace, pride, dignity and honor that would use the title perhaps to open up doors that some of the male wrestlers couldn’t. At that time, I was a HUGE Howard Stern fan, and Howard was RED HOT back then. I knew that if the WWF could have a presence on his show, then it would make wrestling more cool, hip and cutting edge. While I knew that Howard had no interest in wrestling, I knew that his male hormones wouldn’t be able to resist if we dangled Sable in front of his massive honker.
However, there was only one problem with my theory – Rena Mero wasn’t a wrestler. She was a valet then – eye candy for the male viewers to lust after from afar. I remember pitching the idea to Vince and him telling me to give Rena a call, and see what her response would be. A few hours later I called both Marc and Rena Mero and told them what my vision was. Even though I could hear a bit of fear in Rena’s voice at the time, seeing this as an opportunity, she accepted the challenge.
It was only a matter of weeks that Marc trained Rena to get her ready for her first match. I think I was more nervous than she was, being that this was my idea, and had it taken a big, nasty fart – I would have been the one held both accountable and responsible.
Sable was booked to team with Marc and take on Goldust and the late, great Luna Vachon at a little event called WrestleMania XIV. When I look back now, I realize how freakin’ out of my mind it was to book Rena in her first match on the biggest pay-per-view of the year!
Thankfully, not only for my sake, but for the sake of hundreds of women that followed in her footsteps, Rena knocked it out of the park during that match. I can just remember being so proud of her knowing how committed, and how hard she worked in her effort to reestablish a title that held such prestige over the years. That night, I had no idea that when the final bell rang, the WWE Diva Division was officially born – an era in wrestling that still carries on proudly today some 16 years later.
Both Madusa and Rena need to be recognized for first, KEEPING life, and then ADDING life to a division that the wrestling business couldn’t afford to lose. The fact that neither woman is enshrined in the WWE Hall of Fame is an absolute, complete tragedy.
Hopefully WWE officials will one day understand the impact that these two female warriors had on their prestigious company.
Published by Website Staff on November 20th, Filed in Rena News
The WWE Network airs a special about the divas during the Monday Night War all week long. Of course this includes Sable, lots of Sable! Below you find the trailer and also the whole documentary (we will replace this with a better quality one when/if available):
DOCU [Sable part starts around the 27min-mark]:
Published by Website Staff on November 18th, Filed in Updates
Published by Website Staff on November 11th, Filed in Updates
Published by Website Staff on November 5th, Filed in Video Posts
Below are scans of the sablelicious portions of 2 wrestling books (one of them being ‘WWE Encyclopedia’) & a magazine.
Published by Website Staff on November 1st, Filed in Updates
Published by Website Staff on October 25th, Filed in Video Posts
Published by Website Staff on October 17th, Filed in Updates
We uploaded the first 4 weeks of Sable’s 2nd stint with WWE to our new Video Vault.
– Smackdown 04/03/03 Sable returns
– Smackdown 04/10/03 Sable ringside
– Smackdown 04/10/03 Sable & Torrie backstage
– Confidential 04/12/03 Sable is back
– Smackdown 04/17/03 Sable & Torrie backstage
– Smackdown 04/17/03 Sable as guest referee
– Smackdown 04/24/03 Josh interviews Sable
– Smackdown 04/24/03 Sable Invitational
Published by Website Staff on October 10th, Filed in Video Posts
Rena Marlette Greek was born on August 8, 1967 in Jacksonville, Florida. In 1996 she got signed by the WWE and portrayed the character of "Sable". In only 3 short years she became a huge success earning her the WWE Women's Championship. Her popularity led to Playboy offering her to pose for their magazine which she did twice in 1999 and again in 2004. Rena left the WWE in 1999 and returned to the company in 2003. During that time she filmed movies, modeled and was the on-screen CEO of the XWF. In 2004 Rena retired from the wrestling bizz. Today she is married to WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar and is also a mom of 2 little boys.
[January 05, 16 years ago]
Marc Mero (w/Sable) vs Tom Brandi
The whole point of the match was to set up one spot where Mero flies out of the ring, landing on top of Sable in the process. Sable holds her ankle in pain. Brandi picks her up to carry her to the back, but Mero hits him from behind, tosses him back in the ring and nails him with the TKO. Mero signals for a second one, but is spun around and kicked by Steve Austin, who has put in another appearance. Mero rides the Stone Cold Stunner Express, earning a DQ win in the match for his troubles. Austin prepares to leave, pausing just long enough to give Sable a long, wicked look.