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Michelle McCool biography

Michelle McCool is an American retired professional wrestler. She is also a former two-time WWE Divas Champion and a two-time WWE Women's Champion.


Michelle McCool facts

Birth nameMichelle Leigh McCool
BornJanuary 25, 1980
Palatka, Florida
Spouse(s)Jeremy Alexander (m. 2001; div.2006)
Mark Calaway (m. 2010)
ChildrenKaia Faith Calaway
(born August 29, 2012)
occupationwrestler
Nick nameMichelle McCool
height5.10ft
Michelle McCool
Michelle McCool

biography

Michelle Leigh Calaway known as Michelle McCool's parent mother Mary, is a teacher and her father, Terry, is a superintendent. McCool received her Master's degree in Educational leadership from Florida State University. Before becoming involved in professional wrestling, she taught seventh grade science for four years in Palatka, Florida. She also competed in National Physique Committee fitness contests, taught gymnastics and kickboxing.
In 2004, the 24 year old McCool, participated in the RAW Diva Search contest and becoming one of the finalists. On November 18, 2004 McCool debuted on SmackDown. On January 6, 2005 she made her first in-ring segment during the John Cena vs Kenzo Suzuki fight.
 At The Great American Bash in 2008, McCool became the inaugural WWE Divas Champion and won the WWE Women's Championship at The Bash in 2009, becoming the first female wrestler to have held both titles.

personal life

Michelle McCool was married to Jeremy Louis Alexander. The couple divorced in 2006. She married to famous wrestler Mark Calaway, known  as The Undertaker, on June 26, 2010. On August 1, 2012, it was announced that they were expecting their first child. Kaia Faith Calaway was born on August 29, 2012. She is third wife of mark calaway. Other’s are Jodi Lynn (m. 1989–1999) and sara chirie frank (m. 2000–2007).
Michelle McCool with the undertaker
Michelle McCool with the undertaker

World Wrestling Entertainment record

WWE Divas Championship (2 times)
WWE Women's Championship (2 times)
Slammy Award for Diva of the Year (2010)
Slammy Award for Knucklehead Moment of the Year (2010)
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