Sable-Rena Mero is a former WWE Diva who forever altered the role of women in the wrestling industry. In the late 1990s, Sable used her sexual appeal to help usher in the WWE Performance Era. She made history by becoming the first WWE Diva to grace the cover of Playboy Magazine.
Private life of Sable-Rena Mero
Rena Lesnar (born Rena Greek) was born on August 8, 1967, in Jacksonville, Florida. In 1986, she married Wayne Richardson, with whom she had a son, Mariah.
In 1991, Wayne was killed in a car accident. She was married to former wrestler Mark Mero from 1994 to 2004. She married Brock Lesnar in 2006.
Sable-Rena Mero Career as a model
Rena was a model for Guess Jeans, Pepsi, and L’Oreal before entering the world of professional wrestling. Her wrestling career began in 1996, when her then-husband, Mark Mero, joined the WWE.
Triple H valet parking
In 1996, Triple H employed a ruse in which he was escorted to the ring by a different valet each night. He was accompanied to the Sable Ring at WrestleMania XII. He was defeated by Ultimate Warrior in less than a minute and blamed Sable for it. He verbally noticed Sable in the interview area, who was eventually saved by Mark Mero, who was also making his first WWE appearance. Sable remained on the corner of Mero for the next few years.
Mark becomes envious to Sable-Rena Mero
When Mark was sidelined for several months, Sable began modeling WWE merchandise.
She quickly rose to prominence as one of the WWE’s top stars. When Mark recovered from his injury, he became envious of his friend’s popularity. She once had him throw a sack of potatoes into the ring to distract fans from her plight. He eventually flipped her around and joined forces with Luna.
Model for a playboy
Sable-Rena Mero graced the cover of Playboy Magazine in 1999.
A few months later, he left WWE and sued the company for $ 110 million in breach of contract. A few months later, she was back on the cover of Playboy, and she even had her own magazine. As a result, he became the first person to appear on the cover of three Playboy releases in the same year. Over the next few years, he performed with a variety of acts, the most notable of which was Corky Romano.
Returning to the WWE
Sable returned to the company in 2003, but without her husband, who was divorcing her. Sable appeared on the cover of Playboy again as part of the WrestleMania XX promotion, this time alongside WWE Diva Torrie Wilson. He met Brock Lesnar during this time. He left the company shortly after WrestleMania XX and left a few months later. He has been largely ignored by the public since leaving the company. Brock went on to become a UFC champion and later worked as a special attraction for WWE.
PPV matches and title reigns of Sable
- WrestleMania XIV, March 29, 1998: Marc Mero and Sable defeat Goldust and Luna
- 26/04/1998 Not forgivable: Luna triumphed in Sable in the evening dress match.
- Marc Mero defeated Sable in Over The Edge on May 31, 1998.
- Edge and Sable defeated Marc Mero and Jacquelyn in the SummerSlam on August 30, 1998.
- Sable defeated Jacqueline to win the Women’s Survival Series title on November 15, 1998.
- Royal Rumble, January 24, 1999 Sable defeated Luna in a side match in 1999.
- 28/03/1999 Sable defeats Tori at WrestleMania XV.
- 5/10/1999 RAW: Sable was defeated by Debra in the Women’s Championship match.
- 27/07/2003 Sable defeated Stephanie McMahon in a rematch.
- 3/14/2004 Sable and Torrie Wilson defeated Stacy Keibler and Jackie Gayda in the Playboy Evening Gown Match at WrestleMania XX.
- 26/06/2004 Sable defeats Torrie Wilson in the Great American Bash