Krissy Vaine

Dec 7, 2009 - by Jamie Cruickshank

photo credit: Chris O'Meara

Real name: Kristin Eubanks Parmeter
Height: 5’8″
Weight: 135 lbs.
Date of birth: January 12, 1981
From: Greensboro, NC
Pro debut: May 2003
Trained by: Jeff Rudd
Finishing move: Face Lift


– Parmeter began her career wrestling as ‘Special K’
– By the end of 2003, she was competing as ‘Krissy Vaine’
– On December 7, 2004, Vaine defeated Jenny Taylor in a dark match prior to WWE Velocity
– On May 7, 2005, Team Blondage (Vaine & Amber O’Neal) defeated Cle-Ho-Patra & Nav-A-Ho to win the vacant WEW Tag Team Titles, then defended them against Angel Orsini & Jeannie Durso
– In January 2006, Vaine signed a WWE developmental deal and was assigned to Deep South Wrestling.
– Vaine was briefly reassigned to Florida Championship Wrestling following the closure of Deep South
– Vaine debuted on Smackdown on September 28, 2007, attacking Torrie Wilson, but was released by the company barely a week later. It was later revealed that Vaine requested her release due to family heath issues
– After taking time away to focus on her family, Vaine returned to wrestling in February 2009, reuniting Team Blondage with Amber O’Neal
– On September 12, 2009, Vaine won the vacant NWA Mid-Atlantic Womens Title
– On October 24, Vaine defeated The Mid-Atlantic Maniac to retain the NWA Mid-Atlantic Womens Title
– On November 7, Vaine defeated Jayme Jameson to retain the NWA Mid-Atlantic Womens Title
– In 2010, Krissy Vaine became Kristin Astara
– Astara retired from wrestling following a run with Lucha Libre USA in 2011
– Parmeter returned to wrestling under the Krissy Vaine moniker for the 2019 season of WOW
– On September 4, 2020, Vaine defeated Destiny to win the ARW Bombshells Title
– On October 23, Vaine defeated Destiny to retain the ARW Bombshells Title
– On November 22, Vaine defeated Roxy Rouge to retain the ARW Bombshells Title

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