Ivory Named Newest Inductee To 2018 WWE Hall Of Fame Class

The WWE Hall Of Fame 2018 class continues to look stronger and more appealing as each member is announced. Today, another member of the class was announced and it’s a very solid choice.

WWE Diva Ivory, known by her legal name Lisa Moretti, is being inducted into the latest class of WWE lore. Moretti spent six years in the WWF as a member of the women’s roster, serving a tenure from 1999-2005. In that span, Moretti won the WWF Women’s Championship on three different occasions. Ivory spent time in singles competition by herself before uniting with “Right To Censor”, a heel stable that was built on keeping purity within the WWF community. Ivory only wrestled in one WrestleMania match, which was a loss to Chyna at WrestleMania 17 that saw Ivory drop the WWF Women’s Championship. Ivory also was a coach on the second season of Tough Enough.

Congrats to Ivory, the newest member of the 2018 WWE Hall Of Fame class.

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