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Just as likely, drama is right around the corner as soon as obstacles are encountered.

However, being the consummate professional that he is, it is unlikely Punk will allow personal issues to affect his performances on camera—even if the two might overlap.

Referring to his unnamed ex-girlfriend, Punk lamented the following during the interview:"I don't want to say I'm over women...

I just ended a relationship." "It pisses me off to watch people you love and admire become complete d*****bags...that's what it is." "People just...flake." "I realized it didn't matter who it was as long as someone was her boyfriend."Ideally, one shouldn't mix business with pleasure, but when the wrestlers spend as much time traveling as they do with the divas, trysts are bound to occur.

While there, she won the OVW Women's Championship twice, although her second reign is not officially recognized by OVW.

She returned to the Raw brand in July 2007, and was heavily pushed, dominating the other WWE Divas and gaining the nickname, "The Glamazon".

ORLANDO — In a classy speech to mark her induction into the WWE Hall of Fame on Friday night, Beth Phoenix thanked, by name, her trainers, her opponents, the current women’s roster and her family. She saved her most unique thanks for her husband, Adam Copeland, also known as WWE Hall of Famer Edge.

Phoenix, a Divas champion and three-time WWE women’s champion, will be inducted March 31 in Orlando as part of the Class of 2017 with Kurt Angle, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Express, Teddy Long and Diamond Dallas Page.However, there have been a few lucky ones that have found their soul mate in the wrestling business.We take a look at the most renowned and prominent WWE couples.“It’s still sinking in and is very surreal.” Her first move was to head to the next room and share the news with her husband, who knows something about the WWE Hall of Fame. The two married in October 2016 on Edge’s 43rd birthday. She tells the story of how she and her college roommate had a giant poster of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin on their dorm room door.“He was like, ‘Oh, OK.’ He wasn’t shocked by it at all,” she said. ’ He was 100 percent confident and he made me feel like a million bucks about it. We’re still celebrating it and looking forward to seeing everyone at Wrestle Mania and enjoying the experience.” Phoenix broke through at a time when much of the WWE women’s division consisted of models who had not dreamed of being wrestlers. She worked her way up through the independents, including in Ohio Valley Wrestling (then WWE’s developmental territory).