Victoria begins a trend of WWE Divas on this list who, for a time, had people questioning whether they were actually fake at all. It's a telling sign because it's pretty clear in retrospect that she'd had work done but, again, off of the back of a period around the turn of the millennium which meant that if you had had work done, it was pretty bloody obvious that you had, the fact that Victoria flew under the radar, so to speak, says volumes about the status quo of WWE at the time. Victoria resisted the temptation to join the ranks of the massively inflated when she up-sized, instead opting for a moderate increase of a single cup size or so. The small increase and naturally proportioned size led many to wonder whether she, along with Molly Holly and Stacy Keibler, might be one of the scarce few to remain au natural at the time. What's equally telling is that the lack of size didn't hamper her WWE career in the slightest, reigning twice as the Women's Champion and featuring in a profile match on Wrestlemanias 19 and 20. Victoria let the work in the ring, rather than work on the table, do the talking for her.
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