Three-time Women's Champion Ivory has become the fourth confirmed name to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on April 6.
Described as "true pioneer in women’s wrestling", the former GLOW star first started working for Vince McMahon in 1999 after initially competing on the independent circuit. She went onto become one of the most prominent performers in what was then referred to as the "Divas" division.
Ivory - whose real name is Lisa Moretti - captured title gold just six months after her debut when she scored a victory over Debra. In perhaps her most famous moment, she then relinquished the belt to The Fabulous Moolah at No Mercy, later winning it back the following week.
In addition to her work inside the ring, Moretti has been employed in the capacity of a trainer on WWE's Tough Enough talent search. Over recent years, she has also made spoaradic appearances at WrestleMania Axess events, and in Network specials.
She will join fellow inductees Goldberg, Bubba Ray Dudley and D'Von Dudley in the Hall of Fame Class of 2018. The ceremony is to be held in New Orleans' Smoothie King Center as part of the weekend festivities that traditionally accompany the biggest wrestling show of the year.