Real name: Christy Lee Hemme
Weight: 116 lbs.
Date of birth: October 28, 1979
From: Temecula, CA
Pro debut: 2004
Trained by: WWE, Scott D’Amore
– Prior to beginning her wrestling career, Hemme was a dancer and model. She majored in dance from Mt San Jacinto College in California
– On September 20, 2004 in Seattle, WA, Hemme won the diva search contest to earn a $250,000 contract.
– At Taboo Tuesday, Hemme defeated Carmella in a “lingerie pillow fight” match.
– On the November 15, 2004 edition of “Raw,” Hemme defeated Stacy Keibler in a “lingerie pillow fight” match.
– Hemme graced the cover of the April 2005 edition of Playboy magazine.
– During the summer of 2005, Hemme started to accompany Eugene to the ring.
– On August 22, 2005, Hemme and Stacy Keibler were traded to Smackdown for Torrie Wilson and Candice Michelle.
– At No Mercy 2005, Hemme and The Legion Of Doom (Animal & Heidenreich) defeated MNM (Joey Mercury, Johnny Nitro & Melina)
– Hemme was released by WWE on December 5, 2005
– Hemme signed with TNA in April 2006 and debuted at the Lockdown PPV. She would go on to become a host for both Impact and TNA’s webshows
– At Against All Odds ’07, Hemme defeated the Big Fat Oily Guy in a “tuxedo” match.
– Beginning in March 2008, Hemme would become the manager of a rolling rota of temporary TNA tag teams
– At Final Resolution 2008, Hemme defeated TNA Knockouts Champion Awesome Kong by DQ after being attacked by Raisha Saeed & Rhaka Khan
– In January 2009, Hemme sustained a neck injury in training and would be out of in-ring action until the summer
– In December 2009, Hemme announced her retirement from in-ring competition, though would continue with TNA as an interviewer
– In April 2011, Hemme became TNA’s lead ring announcer
– In April 2014, Hemme became part of the TNA creative team
– In August 2014, Hemme announced she was pregnant. She gave birth to a girl in January
– In February 2016, Hemme took a hiatus from TNA and would leave the company in April
– On January 6, 2018, Hemme gave birth to quadruplets: Hemme Lee Patterson, Jagger James Patterson, Quinn Eugene Patterson, and Sunni Sue Patterson.