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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Christie Wolf

Christie Wolf (born August 7, 1966) is a bodybuilder, model and former American professional wrestler who wrestled for World Championship Wrestling.

Christie started her career as a Hawiian Tropics model before turning to bodybuilding.

She debuted in WCW in 1999 as the Head Nurse at the mental institution where Ric Flair was put by his son David. When Flair got out, he brought her along as his valet called Asya, ostensibly as a parody of Chyna of the then-World Wrestling Federation (since "Asia" is bigger than "China").

In late 1999, she left Flair and joined "The Revolution", which consisted of Shane Douglas, Dean Malenko, Chris Benoit and Perry Saturn. She wrestled in several mixed tag team matches against Torrie Wilson and "The Filthy Animals".

She left the sport in 2001 before WCW was purchased by Vince McMahon. She has gone on to become one of Florida's top female pro barrel racers. She is now a pro athlete in three sports.

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