About Eve
Name: Eve Torres Gracie
DOB: August 21st 1984
WWE Debut: February 1, 2008
Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts
From: Denver, Colorado
WWE Debut: May 2007
Retired: January 2013

Mini Bio: Eve spent 6 years in WWE. During that time she became the first Diva Search winner to win the championship and the first Diva to win the Divas Title on three occasions. Now she's signed under a legends deal and is an ambassador for WWE. She is a spokeswoman and head instructor for the Gracie Women Empowered Self-defense program. Plus, she holds a purple belt from the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. After she retired from wrestling, Eve started to fulfill a career in acting. Starting with her role as Reyna Flores in El Rey's Matador. Her most recent project is Skiptrace. Eve and her sister in-law own INJoy The Party, a rental company that focuses on detailed, one-of-a-kind themed parties. If you read more, just click here.
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From Natalya’s Sharpshooter to Michelle McCool’s Faith Breaker, these are the coolest finishing maneuvers in women’s wrestling.

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Ogle at these photos of the hottest Superstar bodies in WWE history, featuring The Bella Twins, John Cena and plenty of other genetically gifted athletes.

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WWE.com bookends the legendary careers of some of your favorite Superstars, including Shawn Michaels, Trish Stratus, Ric Flair and The Rock, with long-forgotten images of their first match in WWE as well as their unforgettable final farewells.


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CBS recently revealed the synopsis for the upcoming April 11 episode of the hit show “Supergirl,” and it contained a surprise for the WWE Universe: Former WWE Divas Champion Eve has been cast as the super-powered Maxima.

Featured in “Superman” comics, Maxima began as an alien villainess seeking a suitable companion in the form of The Man of Steel. She eventually became a hero and a member of the Justice League, and her upcoming appearance on “Supergirl” marks her live-action debut. WWE.com caught up with Eve to discuss her role on the show.

WWE.com: How did you get the role of Maxima?

Eve: It came through my representation and it just ended up working out. It was a great match and I was really excited to read about the part. It’s just such a fun family to get into with all the DC Comics TV shows and movies.

WWE.com: Did you have to audition for the role?

Eve: I actually didn’t. I had worked with co-executive producer Larry Teng on El Rey’s “Matador,” and Maxima was a role that they were looking for an actress that fit a certain type and I just fit that type.

WWE.com: What can you tell us about Maxima?

Eve: Anyone who reads the comics knows Maxima comes to Earth in search of a mate among the superhero population — specifically Superman. She’s denied by him and she becomes very angry and bitter. We’ll see how that history plays out in the show — every adaptation is a little bit different, but “Supergirl” does a great job with the source material.

WWE.com: Are you a fan of the show?

Eve: I’ve been really impressed with “Supergirl.” It’s a great show because it’s appeals to DC Comics fans, staying true to the characters in spirit and costumes, and it also appeals to casual fans who enjoy good action, fun storylines and interesting characters. There’s something for everyone.

WWE.com: Are you a comic book fan?

Eve: I am, especially the super-powered women. That’s one reason I really love “Supergirl.” It’s a great show for people to watch with their children — sons and daughters alike. It features strong female characters which is always something to appreciate.

WWE.com: Do you have any other roles in the making that you can talk about?

Eve: I gave my birth to my son about six months ago, so while I don’t have anything really in the works, this is really a chance for me to get back out there and back to work. There’s also a potential chance for Maxima to be a recurring role in upcoming seasons, so that’s really exciting.

Eve’s episode of “Supergirl” airs on Monday April 11 on CBS. You can keep up with Eve on Twitter at @evetorresgracie.

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You may be patriotic, but you’ll never be as patriotic as Hulk Hogan, Kurt Angle and more all-American Superstars who wore their pride on their sleeves.

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John Cena

Former flames: Maria Kanellis, Stephanie McMahon, Eve Torres, AJ Lee

15 World Championships, a fleet of cars and the physique of Zeus himself have done wonders for John Cena during his decade-plus of dominance in WWE, and we don’t just mean in-ring prowess. The current U.S. Champion has also found time to try his chance in the game of love, locking lips with an impressive assortment of Divas when he wasn’t AA’ing fools into opposite time zones. Cena has shared an out-of-nowhere backstage smooch with Maria Kanellis, and an even more shocking in-ring smacker with Stephanie McMahon. His two recent entanglements have carried more baggage than your average soap opera: A kiss with Eve Torres that all but broke the heart of a smitten Zack Ryder, and a controversial, were-they-or-weren’t-they stint with AJ Lee. That last one, however, ended in disaster, as The Black Widow ultimately traded in Cena for …

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This week on Twitter and Instagram, former Divas Champion Eve announced she and husband Rener Gracie are expecting their first child. WWE.com’s Joey Styles spoke with Eve about juggling being a Jiu-Jitsu instructor, acting and now preparing for parenthood.

WWE.COM: Firstly, congratulations to you and Rener on your big announcement.

EVE: Thank you! We are so excited to be parents!

WWE.COM: We last interviewed you a little more than one year ago and you were keeping busy with acting in “The Scorpion King 4” and Gracie Academy’s Women Empowered. Since then, you’ve gotten even busier.

EVE: Last year was a really great year. After Rener [Gracie] and I got married, I had a recurring role in a TV series, “Matador,” over the summer. Right after that, I went straight to China to shoot a movie with Jackie Chan. I did that up until December.

WWE.COM: Are you getting more offers for acting roles?

EVE: Yes. Being offered the role in the Jackie Chan film was amazing. I got to do a fight scene with Jackie Chan. I really enjoyed it. I feel that I got to use all of my strengths and had a lot of fun. As timing has it, it’s a good time for me to take a break from the movie and television scene while I prepare for our new addition.

WWE.COM: How would you compare doing a movie fight scene to having a match in WWE?

EVE: They are very different but I felt much more comfortable doing it because of my WWE experience. There is a lot of what I learned in WWE in film, especially that specific kind of film. You have to find your character. You have to figure out how your character would fight. That’s something that I learned in WWE.

There are other things that are very different. In films, we are doing multiple takes and we are not actually hitting each other … most of the time [laughs]. It’s very different, but I felt that my WWE experience really helped me with my fight scenes.

WWE.COM: Are the backstage scenes that we shoot in WWE similar at all to what goes on in the movies?

EVE: There are some similarities. In WWE, sometimes we are live and don’t have multiple takes. Getting the experience of being under pressure to perform in WWE definitely helped. Being on a movie set is a totally different energy because there are so many different kinds of scenes. Performing for WWE did so much for me in terms of teaching me how to act and doing fighting scenes.

WWE.COM: Has your pregnancy affected you teaching Gracie Academy’s Women Empowered?

EVE: If hasn’t yet. I’m still teaching classes and Rener and I are going to be traveling June to teach our military personnel. We are going to Fort Campbell. We have been working with the military and teaching law enforcement officers as well. I’ll keep teaching until the baby tells me to stop.

WWE.COM: Have you ordered a custom infant size Gracie Academy gi yet?

EVE: Yes. We’ve already got one [laughs].

WWE.COM: Are WWE and UFC already in a bidding war to sign the baby?

EVE: [Laughs] Can you imagine? That’s a lot of pressure to put on a baby.

WWE.COM: WWE just announced that WWE Diva Search is returning and will be on WWE Network. As a onetime contestant and winner yourself, do you have any advice for future Diva hopefuls?

EVE: I’m happy to hear that Diva Search is back. I was wondering when WWE would bring it back. The one thing that I always encourage women who want to be WWE Divas to do is have something you are passionate about. For me it was Jiu-Jitsu and martial arts. For some people it’s soccer. Whatever it is, it gives you confidence and that will translate. That’s what WWE fans look for. That’s what WWE looks for in their Divas. WWE wants women who are confident and can handle everything that being a WWE Diva comes with like lots of travel and being tough.

WWE.COM: Is there any chance that we see you on “Total Divas”?

EVE: If they want the contestants to take a self-defense class, I’m always available.

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#6 Eve

The striking Eve certainly added credence to the old saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Sure, the 2007 Diva Search winner was a bombshell, but she was also one of the most accomplished Divas in WWE history. Eve was a three-time WWE Divas Champion, a student of the legendary Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy, a former member of the Los Angeles Clippers’ dance team and a graduate of USC with a degree in industrial and systems engineering. Make no mistake about it, Eve had the athleticism, killer body and serious smarts to put her in the running for the title of the most perfect WWE Diva. You just didn’t turn your back on her.

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#12 Eve

Is it strange that Eve became even more attractive when she went wicked? The lovely Ms. Torres had been as desired as ice cream on an August day since she won WWE’s 2007 Diva Search, but it wasn’t until she spurned Zack Ryder’s advances and fell into John Cena’s hulking arms that Eve became the go-to Diva for our desktop wallpaper. The taut stomach and endless legs had long made her a figure worth remembering, but it wasn’t until she swapped out her sparkly shorts for a button-down business suit and “Devil Wears Prada” eyewear that she became a Diva that was impossible to forget.

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#13 Eve

And Fandango was the one whose theme charted? Not that the WWE Universe doesn’t love a good cha-cha, but if anyone’s entrance song had the potential to be a crossover hit, it was the last theme of Eve’s career, a pulsing pop number called “She Looks Good.” We’ll grant you that the auto-tune on the verses is a little thick, though much like the jiu-jitsu practicing Diva herself, it hits you when you least expect it, and it hits you hard. As far as a theme song goes, it’s everything you want, everything you need. — ANTHONY BENIGNO

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