Lisa Evers - World Wrestling Federation

World Wrestling Federation

A trained martial artist, she briefly attempted to become a professional wrestler joining the World Wrestling Federation. She appeared on Tuesday Night Titans in 1985 and demonstrated several self-defense holds. There was speculation that she wrestled as the masked competitor Spider Lady (a role that would later be portrayed by Fabulous Moolah); however, Wendi Richter revealed in an interview that the Spider Lady character was actually portrayed by female wrestler Glenn Dean. Eventually, she wrestled as Lisa Sliwa in 1986.

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