Wrestling By The Numbers: Aksana
Jun 25, 2014 - by staff
World Wrestling Entertainment has announced the release of diva Zivile ‘Aksana’ Raudoniene. The 32-year-old Alytus Lithuania native had spent the last 5-years with the WWE after having been signed to a developmental contract in September of 2009. Raudoniene was first assigned to Florida Championship Wrestling where she received training before debuting as Olga and later changing her name to Aksana. With the developmental territory she became a former 1-Time FCW Divas Champion and 1-Time Queen Of FCW before being selected to compete on Season 3 of NXT with coach Goldust. She had spent the previous 3-years on the main roster and had recently been teaming with Alicia Fox and the duo were known as Foxsana. The WWE announced her release back on June 12th with multiple other performers.
Zivile Raudoniene had no prior experience in the professional wrestling business before signing with the WWE. She had worked as both a fitness model and personal trainer and had a successful career competing as a bodybuilder. Raudoniene won the 2009 IFBB Arnold Classic Contest and is a multiple time medalist competing in the World Amateur Bodybuilding Championships. At age 17 in 1999 she also became the youngest person to ever participate in the IFBB European Fitness Championships.
Below we look at the televised professional wrestling career of Zivile ‘Aksana’ Raudoniene by the numbers…
World Wrestling Entertainment:
* 2 Matches on WWE Pay-Per-View.
* 3 Matches Managed on WWE Pay-Per-View.
* 28 Matches on WWE Raw.
* 2 Main Event Matches on WWE Raw.
* 14 Matches on WWE Smackdown.
* 15 Matches ( 2nd Most All-Time ) on WWE Main Event. (First Match: February 6th 2013 With Tamina Snuka Vs Cameron & Naomi Last Match: May 20th 2014 Vs Naomi)
* 3 Main Event Matches ( 3rd Most All-Time ) on WWE Main Event. (First Main Event Match: February 6th 2013 With Tamina Snuka Vs Cameron & Naomi Last Main Event Match: February 19th 2014 Vs Cameron)
* 8 Matches on WWE Superstars.
* 2 Main Event Matches on WWE Superstars.
* 14 Matches on WWE NXT Wrestling.
* 6 Main Event Matches ( Most All-Time ) on WWE NXT Wrestling. (First Main Event Match: September 7th 2010 With Goldust Vs Primo & A.J. Lee Last Main Event Match: November 9th 2010 Vs Naomi)
* 20 Matches on WWE FCW On Bright House Sports Network.