She was WWE’s answer to the ring girls of boxing. The Federettes are one of those odd bits of sports-entertainment trivia that has been lost to time. Hell, they’re not even in the WWE Encyclopedia! But pop in an old VHS tape of WWE’s “Wrestling Challenge” from 1986 and you’ll see them. She could be seen grabbing Superstars’ robes, shimmying to The Junkyard Dog’s entrance music and snacking on WWE ice cream bars.
He is the guy you can count on when you're dead broke, busted and on the brink of throwing yourself off a building. He's loaded and can take you from simple secretary to media socialite. Unemployment to running your own fortune 1000 company. Single to divorced with $5M dribbling in the bank. He's THAT effective. Just as The Marquess of Steyne did for Becky Sharp in the movie, Vanity Fair.