Over the last two decades, the WWE Divas have made up one of the finest collections of attractive, athletic, and down-right sexy women in the history of sports, entertainment, and sports entertainment. From Sunny to Sable to Trish and Lita- and even including some of the earlier ladies like Velvet McEntyre and Sensational Sherri- these Divas have looked good while competing with their counterparts to create their own "WrestleMania Moments." And from Cyndi Lauper accompanying Wendy Richter to ringside at WrestleMania I; to Miss Elizabeth emotionally reuniting with The Macho Man at WrestleMania 7; to Victoria shaving Molly Holly's head bald at WrestleMania 20; the Divas have had some truly legendary WrestleMania Moments. This list is not about those moments. This list is about the other 'assets' the Divas bring to the show of shows. This list is about those titillating outfits, those fantastic figures, and- in some cases- the juvenile attempts at raunchy humor by Vince McMahon to get teenage boys (or grown man) to continue forking over their time and money in the hopes of seeing some extra skin. You won't hear about the great Trish/Jazz/Victoria Triple-Threat from WrestleMania 18 in here; Fabulous Moolah's title defense from WrestleMania 2 did not make the cut; and Chyna's squash of Ivory in the Astrodome was not given a second thought. Instead, you'll hear about the matches of pure filler between main-event matches that only the female body can fill; the segments that made us glad our moms, wives, and girlfriends weren't interested in watching for three-plus hours; and the moments that wore-out our old VHS tapes from repeated pausings. (Did I just date myself with that reference?) This list is the result of exhaustive research, which required multiple viewings, to make sure only the best moments were shared appropriately and accurately. It was trying, and I am now regulated to sleeping on the couch for the next month, but here are the Top 10 Sexiest Diva Moments in WrestleMania History.
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