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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​In this episode Marty speaks with Eve Torres Gracie. Eve heads up the Woman’s Empowered program for the Gracie Academy. She has been a WWE 3X diva champion, and has appeared  in movies, such as Scorpion King 4 and Jackie Chan’s Skiptrace, as well as Television, with a role in Supergirl, and the NBC primetime reality show Stars Earn Stripes-where she and her partner won the overall competition on that show. She’s been a professional dancer and model, and has inspired and impacted the lives of countless individuals and groups. She’s also married to Rener Gracie. In this interview Eve talks about her days as a WWE Diva, how she met Rener and the effect he’s had in her life, the joys and challenges of motherhood, working with the women empowered program, her mom’s impact on her life, her new business with Sage Gracie, and the importance of believing in yourself….


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#TBT Wrestlemania edition. We look back at the time Eve The Diva, Eve Torres Gracie, gave us the inside scoop on life after the WWE.

It’s that time of year, when the fanboy in many of us emerges for WrestleMania. Although the WWE most likely dominates our brains with images of jacked up men jumping off ropes and enough testosterone to fuel the resurrection of the Trojan War, don’t let your mind play tricks on you. There’s plenty of room for the ladies and they are pretty easy on the eyes. Just ask three-time WWE Diva Champion, Eve Torres. ‘LLERO had an opportunity to pick the brain of Eve the Diva on everything from why she gravitated towards the WWE, leaving the biz in her prime and where life is taking her next.

“You will always encounter challenges as a woman working in male-dominated industries,” the 28-year-old Nicaraguan and German former pro-wrestler affirms. “The biggest challenge…is earning respect. It comes down to standing your ground and letting people know you’re not an easy target, while still being likeable and respectful.”

As a former gymnast and dancer, Torres naturally gravitated toward the WWE because it had “a little of everything I was passionate about – competition, performance, traveling the world, and community service initiatives. I thought to myself ‘I just might be good at this!’” So she submitted an audition tape for WWE Diva Search competition in 2007 and won.

Humility is another trait she possesses because “good” doesn’t quite explain just how successful her career has been. In addition to becoming a three-time Diva’s Champion, Eve has appeared in WrestleMania – the annual pay-per-view event that is the most successful and longest-running professional wrestling event in history. She was also prominently featured as one of the main storylines on WWE Raw, another accomplishment that can’t be ignored. If you’re a pro-wrestler, the resume of Eve Torres is certainly one to measure up to.

Success is a personal measure, however, and at what was arguably the peak of her career, the diva from Denver decided to retire from the WWE. She currently resides in Redondo Beach with fiancé Rener Gracie, head instructor and co-creator of Gracie University with a 4th degree black belt in Gracie jiu-jitsu himself. While admitting that this change was one of the most difficult decisions of her life, her reasons were grounded. “It [was] time to start moving towards my personal goals – family and discovering how I can best contribute to the world.”

One of these invaluable contributions is teaching women through Gracie Women Empowered Defense program, a self-defense technique with a jiu-jitsu foundation. “I am on a crusade to encourage every woman in the world (especially Latinas) to learn both the techniques and mindset of self-defense,” Torres says.
“I have seen lives change through this empowerment process, including mine, and love to share it with others.”

The motivation to teach, and master this form of defense and martial art herself, stems from her own fearful experience of fleeing what could have been an attack from strange and aggressive men at a gas station in 2008. “I ran to my car, locked my doors, and took off,” she explains. “It was the first time I realized that despite how fit I thought I was I wouldn’t have stood a chance against a man much larger than I.”

While another person might not be willing to share such a personal story, her courage and willingness to open up, reminds us of the champion that Torres is. The decision to use that experience to help others demonstrates the special woman she is. From entertaining thousands daily to teaching women self defense, it’s clear that Torres is leaving a legacy of talent, hard work and an army of women who can kick ass and take names.

Editor’s note: If you’re interested in learning more about jiu-jitsu and the Gracie Academy visitwww.GracieUniversity.com. Keep up with Eve on her websites www.EveTorres.com.

Source: llero.net

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Eve Torres explains why she was nearly on the first season of Total Divas.

Eve Torres reveals why she and husband Rener Gracie named their son Raeven.


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See Eve’s transformation from three-time Divas Champion to wife, mother and self-defense instructor in this edition of Where Are They Now?

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Powerhouse. That’s one very fitting word to give you a glimpse of the woman that is, Eve Torres Gracie.

Just as the beauty of a rose is created through its many layers, Eve continues to unfold remarkable tiers of a diverse and inspiring woman- one who consistently believes and achieves throughout her life.  She is a USC graduate with a degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering (aka smart AF), a life long athlete, an entertainer, an educator, an entrepreneur, a new mother and a loving wife. It’s no wonder why this incredible woman is a BlackBeltBeauty Muse.

Many know Eve from her years entertaining millions of fans worldwide as a WWE Diva, while others around the world know her as their empowered and caring instructor who teaches the skills one needs to defend themselves in a potential life threatening scenario.  Throughout the year Eve travels around the world with her husband and ultimate teammate, Rener Gracie, teaching the effectiveness of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu and their Women Empowered self defense program.  Their unprecedented instruction has positively impacted the lives of thousands, if not millions of people to date (myself included).

Eve’s demand in the entertainment world keeps her busy exercising her “bad-assary” on screen.  With ass-kicking roles like her appearance as “Dasha” in Jackie Chan’s, major motion film “Skiptrace” or her fight scene as “Maxima “in the hit TV show “Supergirl,” it is clear that Hollywood respects and values the talents of this real-life superwoman.  Through all of the above, Eve’s artistic thirst led her to partner with her talented sister-in-law, Sage Gracie Allard and develop InJOYtheparty, a creative business that specializes in curated themed parties amid an experts touch.

The list goes on because this woman does not stop creating… hence a powerhouse.

Just over a year ago now, Eve and her husband Rener became parents to their first child, Raven Gracie, giving them both the ULTIMATE “stripe” on their life belts.

Courage is another character trait in Eve that was made visible through multiple media channels recently.  The new mother of Raven Gracie, shared a powerful messageaddressing the pressure she’s felt (like thousands of women who’ve given birth) to get back to her pre-baby shape and quickly after pregnancy.  Her renewed perspective on the subject, expressed her pride and appreciation for having a healthy body and a healthy son- priorities in check.

All of this may surface the question of “how is it possible to accomplish and uphold all of these incredible roles and still have the energy to create more?”

The better question is, “How does Eve do this all day, everyday and still manage to make time for those she cares for with ease in her demeanor and the grace of a composed woman? “

It takes a highly passionate, committed, focused and driven woman to perform on that kind of extraordinary level- all of which make the sum total of Eve equal 360 degrees of the beautiful femme-fatal that she is.

Have a look inside the incredibly inspiring mindset of Eve in the Q+A below.

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After watching the film #EMBRACE I felt moved to make this post. I had originally taken this photo one week after I gave birth to Raeven with the intention of putting it side by side with my future “skinny” body after I lost all my baby weight ‘in just 4 weeks!’ (Like they do in the magazines). Well 4 weeks passed. And then 4 months. And we are almost at a year, and I still haven’t reached my pre-baby body, and maybe never will. And yet, I am proud of my body, and I feel healthy as ever. I realized that the only “after” picture that matters is a happy, healthy mommy with her happy, healthy baby. I wish new moms wouldn’t be burdened with the pressure to get back into pre-baby shape so quickly. Exercise (when your body is ready), eat for health, love yourself & your child, and let your body do whatever it’s meant to do after the amazing feat of creating a human. #IHaveEmbraced #selflove #loveyourbody #pregnancy #postpartum

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WWE star Eve Torres wrestled with body image after welcoming her son Raeven in September 2015. “As someone whose profession relies heavily on physical activity, I definitely felt extra pressure to get back to my pre-baby shape,” the 32-year-old tells Us Weekly. “But the truth is, I don’t know a mom who doesn’t feel the pressure to bounce back after giving birth.”

That’s why the athlete opened up about her struggle in a September 20 Instagram post, where she is pictured just one week postpartum.

“I had originally taken this photo … with the intention of putting it side by side with my future ‘skinny’ body after I lost all my baby weight ‘in just 4 weeks!’ (like they do in the magazines),” Torres shared in her caption. “Well 4 weeks passed. And then 4 months. And we are almost at a year, and I still haven’t reached my pre-baby body, and maybe never will.”

And Torres, who is married to American Brazilian jujitsu practitioner Rener Gracie, is OK with that. “I realized that the only ‘after’ picture that matters is a happy, healthy mommy with her happy, healthy baby,” the head instructor for the Gracie Women Empowered Self-Defense program wrote. “Exercise (when your body is ready), eat for health, love yourself & your child, and let your body do whatever it’s meant to do after the amazing feat of creating a human.”

Her moving post has received nearly 5,000 likes.

“I realized that these rapid transformations posted all over social media were the only reason why I felt I had to [lose the weight], and the reason I assumed it would be easy,” Torres tells Us. “Most people who are able to do this are either genetically gifted, undergo plastic surgery or have the resources to make this kind of extreme dedication to weight loss and exercise.”

She continued: “It’s time to stop to stop comparing ourselves to others, and to ask ourselves as new moms: ‘What’s really important?’”

Source: US Weekly

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Former WWE star, Eve Torres, stars in the upcoming film, ‘Skiptrace,’ with Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville.

In Skiptrace, fists and feet are flying in this explosive action-comedy starring Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville. For years, by-the-book Hong Kong detective Benny Chan (Jackie Chan) has tried to avenge his partner’s murder at the hands of a drug lord. When Benny learns that freewheeling American gambler Connor Watts (Knoxville) has the evidence he needs, he teams with Connor to get justice. The film co-stars Fan Bingbing and Eve Torres and is directed by Renny Harlin (Die Hard 2, Cliffhanger, The Long Kiss Goodnight and Deep Blue Sea). Torres recently discussed how she went from USC honors student to Clipper dancer, WWE mega-star to Jackie Chan co-star.

I wanted to talk a little bit about your younger years because that always fascinates me. I saw that you grew up in Denver and went to USC on a scholarship. What drew you to USC besides the scholarship?

Torres: I had some family that lived in Los Angeles. It was my way of getting away from home but still being connected. When I visited USC, I actually fell in love with it. I always had a vision of being a part of the entertainment world and Los Angeles is the place to do that. I was thinking long term as Los Angeles as being the place I wanted to be.

You had entertainment aspirations, but you majored in engineering.

That’s my joke: ‘I majored in engineering so I could become a wrestler.’ Engineering was the choice I made for school because I didn’t want to combine the two. School was one thing and entertainment was something I was going to pursue after. That was pretty clear in my mind. I knew I didn’t want to dabble in entertainment at all when I was in college. I had seen it happen too many times when you’re in college and an opportunity comes up, you take it and you have to take time off and you never go back to school. It was a priority to finish my education first. Finishing my education is what gave me the courage to pursue entertainment. No matter what, I had something to fall back on if entertainment didn’t work out. Once I got that degree, I felt that I could give it all I got and go for anything. I was always math and science driven so engineering was a perfect fit in that way, but it wasn’t necessarily my calling.

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Billy Donnelly welcomes former WWE Divas Champion Eve Torres Gracie to the show to chat about her new film SKIPTRACE, starring Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville, and the current state of women’s wrestling. But, before that conversation, he weighs in on the Talking Smack confrontation that the wrestling world is buzzing about – Daniel Bryan vs. The Miz. Was it a work? Was it a shoot? Some perspective is offered up on what went down between the two. Plus, Finn Balor’s injury and the future of the Universal Title, the official call-up of Bayley from NXT to the main roster and plenty more are part of this week’s jam-packed Intelligent Wrestling Conversation.

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Whether it was working for WWE or teaching women empowerment at the Gracie Academy, needless to say Eve Torres is no stranger to physicality.

Her athletic background would come in handy squaring off with Jackie Chan in the movie Skiptrace, in select theaters and On Demand Sept. 2. The film is already a hit in China, opening at number one with a $60 million opening earlier in the summer. Torres shot her scenes in Beijing and Hong Kong. She found working with the iconic figure unreal.

“It was a dream come true for me,” Torres said.

“I was a huge Jackie Chan fan growing up. I got there on set and was so nervous. I was stressing out about it because I hadn’t learned any fight choreography. I thought I would learn it a day in advance or maybe even a few hours in advance. That’s not how they do it there. The whole time I’m thinking, ‘Okay, someone can now tell me what we are doing.’

“But because with Jackie and the others are so professional and have been doing it for so long, a lot of times they will use the props around them. So it’s easier for them to choreograph it on the spot. They come up with it on the spot, then they teach it to you and then you are shooting. It was a matter of minutes. That was crazy for me, but also you realize these are the best people in the game at this. It was just a great crew to work with. They have the most creative stunt team on the planet.”

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Those of you who know me well know that I’m a huge fan of WWE, been a fan for years, so ya I was naturally stoked when, special thanks to Lionsgate DirecTV, and Saban Films, I recently had the opportunity to interview former WWE star/diva Eve Torres who co-stars with Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville in the new movie, “Skiptrace” which hits select theaters and On Demand September 2nd.

It’s an action-comedy about by-the-book Hong Kong detective Benny Chan trying to avenge his partner’s murder at the hands of a drug lord. When Benny learns that freewheeling American gambler Connor Watts (Knoxville) has the evidence he needs, he teams with Connor to get justice. Eve Torres plays a tough muscle, a villain named Dasha who’s giving Jackie and Johnny’s characters a hard time.
But of course, my conversation with Eve Torres would also include WWE, so check out the entire interview below for Eve Torres’ answer when I asked her whether or not she would make a comeback.

Rama’s Screen: Hi, Eve, I am geekin’ out right now because I’m a huge WWE fan. So thank you for this time and opportunity. My first question is obviously I’d like to know what your experience was like working with Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville on this film because I’ve met Jackie before and I’ve interviewed Johnny before and they’re both just such fun people.

Eve Torres: “Man, Jackie was everything I dreamed Jackie would be and more. This man is a genius, he’s impeccable in his timing and comedy and everything. But what you don’t see about Jackie is how much he cares and how hands on he is with every part of the production. When he’s not shooting, you’d think he’d be in his trailer, but instead he’s there..the first time I met him, he got up and made me a plate of lunch, he was so helpful also picking up trash on set. He was always involved with everything. And it was really cool to see him so involved and to see somebody who could easily just take a step back still have so much passion for his project and I enjoyed that. He was just so much fun to work with. You see his creative genius when you’re there because he’s coming up with these ideas on the spot and how they can make that happen and sure enough his stunt team goes to work and they just make it happen right there. And Johnny is like a crack up, he was always starting something but he was really fun to work with as well.”

Rama’s Screen: Your character is a foreigner in this film, you had an accent, and of course your fighting style is different than Jackie’s which his is usually about fighting to escape. So can you talk a bit about how you form your character and the prep that went into that?

Eve Torres: “Yes, I was playing a foreigner, siberian Russian background. And I think it’s important to say how would this person fight. And also whenever she gets hurt, where is her strength from, and so you figuring out all of those things and really kind of buckling down this character. I’m glad that they’ve kind of listened to a little bit of my input in terms of what type of fighting that I wanted to do. There’s a little bit more of slugging it out and a little bit more of grabbing people and a little bit more grip to it. But it’s fun to watch. I was happy that they were open to not just doing the same type of choreography for everything.”

Rama’s Screen: Which costume was more exciting, the one you wore on the ring or the one you wore for this movie, for your character, Dasha?

Eve Torres: “I love Dasha’s costume, I kind of wanted to take it home but they wouldn’t let me have it, which is life, we go on. But the costume is a big part of it, they did a great job with the costume, I felt pretty badass.”

Rama’s Screen: How has that transition been for you.. from WWE to now acting in series and movies, how has that transition been for you?

Eve Torres: It’s a really fun but challenging transition because a lot of things do cross over especially in terms of stuntwork and fighting in films. Wow, I’m actually able to apply some things that I’ve learned from WWE and especially my character building and how this character fights, all of those things I learned from WWE. On the acting side, it’s a very different world. When you’re acting in front of camera, it’s different than acting in front of ten thousand people in an arena. And so just learning about that and just possibly trying to get better and learning from those around me, that’s really what it’s all about. I really enjoy the transition and I really like the challenge.”

Rama’s Screen: I’ve interviewed other athletes who turned into actors and they told me that they don’t like how there’s too much waiting on the film set, a lot of waiting.

Eve Torres: “That’s probably the hardest part of filming is waiting. It’s not the shooting, the shooting is fun, the fight scene is fun, a lot of work but they’re fun. The hardest part is waiting around for your turn.. there are some days when you get full costume and full everything and then they go ‘You’re not shooting, you’re shooting tomorrow.’ But that’s just the way it works, small price to pay.”

Rama’s Screen: I can’t let you go without asking you questions about WWE. So under what conditions would you consider coming back to the ring?

Eve Torres: “So ya know, obviously right now, the ego inside of me, I want to come back. But the realistic part of me,.. I’ve found my groove outside the WWE between my family life, I have a ten-month old son, my involvement in our family business, teaching self defense to women around the world. To me, this is something that I’m a part of that has a lot of meaning to me. And also being obviously involved in films and projects as they come up. The ability to have the freedom to do that far outweighs the life on the road. That is the hardest part of WWE, it’s the road life and you can’t have it without it. And so ya, I think that ship has sailed.”

Rama’s Screen: So is that why someone like the Undertaker could spend years doing his thing in the ring but I notice the divas don’t seem to last?

Eve Torres: “Ya, I mean I think part of it is women have children eventually if they want to and I did. So it’s really hard to be on the road when you’re the mom, when you’re the mother and you’re watching the children, it’s hard to be traveling. Because to bring them with you, I can’t even imagine what that life would be like, to be honest, it would be really hard. So it’s easy for men to travel, that’s why their career also lasts longer because they can have kids and still continue traveling whereas women when they start a family, it’s tough to do that.”

Rama’s Screen: How about this.. how about twenty years from now or so, WWE calls you back for the Hall Of Fame ceremony because you’ve been inducted, how about that scenario?

Eve Torres: “Aww, thank you. I would definitely make a come back for that.”


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