Jacqueline announced for the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2016

The WWE Hall of Fame class of 2016 got its Diva today as former WWE Women’s champion Jacqueline Moore has been announced as the latest inductee.

The 52 year old from Dallas made her professional wrestling debut in 1988 and wrestled for World Class Championship Wrestling, FMW, and the USWA before going to the WWE in 1993. Her run there was brief, thanks only to the partnership between WWE and USWA, and in 1995 she went to Smoky Mountain Wrestling.

In 1997, Jacqueline moved to WCW but a year later she returned to the WWE for her longest run. In 1998, Moore joined Marc Mero as his girlfriend in his feud against Sable. The feud lasted till the Survivor Series and included regular matches and bikini contests. During her run in WWE she had feuds with Luna Vachon, Ivory, Trish Stratus, Jazz, and others, including wrestling Chavo Guerrero to win the Cruiserweight title. She was also one of the trainers of MTV’s Tough Enough in 2001. Her second WWE stint came to an end in 2004.

After departing WWE, Moore wrestled for TNA wrestling with a couple of stints there. Her last match for TNA was in July 2013.

During her time in WWE, she won the Women’s title twice and the Cruiserweight title once.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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