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 Who is Barbie Blank

Real Name: Barbara Collins Blank
Ring Name: Kelly Kelly,
Debut:June 13, 2006
Born:Jacksonville,Florida
Birthday:January 15,1987
Mini Bio: Barbara Collins Blank (born January 15, 1987) is an American model, actress, reality television personality, and professional wrestler, better known by her ring name Kelly Kelly.Blank has a background in gymnastics and cheerleading, and worked as a model for Venus Swimwear and Hawaiian Tropic. In 2006, Blank was signed to a contract by WWE and, after training in Ohio Valley Wrestling, she debuted on the ECW brand in June 2006 as 'Kelly Kelly'. Primarily appearing in a non-wrestling role, she was a member of Extreme Exposé with Layla and Brooke Adams. Beginning in late 2007, she began participating in more wrestling matches, and unsuccessfully challenged for both the WWE Divas Championship and the WWE Women's Championship on multiple occasions. In June 2011, she won the WWE Divas Championship, commencing a four-month reign. She left WWE in 2012, but has since returned for occasional appearances. On the Raw Reunion special on July 22, 2019, she pinned Gerald Brisco to win the WWE 24/7 Championship, becoming the first woman to win the title. She is an overall two-time champion in WWE.
Blank has also appeared on a number of television shows, and was a main cast member of the reality television program WAGS

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Release Date: January 17,2020

 

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  2015/11/23
Fox5 Vegas
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Barbie was on Fox5 Vegas this morning as she was talking behind the scenes of WAGS and her wedding! Her wedding is now set to be February 27th 2016! We are excited for Barbie and can not wait!!

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  2015/08/25
Austin Podcast
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Here you can check out the podcast Barbie had with Stone Cold Steve Austin, as she talked about WAGS, and her Wedding and a couple other stuff including her career with WWE.

 
  2015/08/19
Meet the Woman of “WAGS”
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Barbie had an interview with Perez TV with Autumn and Nicole yesterday! Here’s the interview!

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  2014/06/11
The Law Interview
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  2014/06/11
WWE Kelly Kelly Barbie Blank Talks Video Games
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  2014/06/11
Salt Lake Comic Con FanX 2014
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  2014/06/04
Barbie & Sheldon For AQ Magazine
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SHELDON SOURAY AND BARBIE BLANK HE’S ONE OF THE NHL’S TOP ENFORCERS. SHE WAS ONE OF THE WWE’S FIERCEST DIVAS. TOGETHER, THEY MAKE THE TOUGHEST COUPLE IN SPORTS

Defenseman Sheldon Souray is most at ease confronting scoring machines like Jonathan Toews and Anze Kopitar or firing his booming slapshot at opposing NHL goaltenders.

So it’s rare to get him off his game the way he became distracted when he attended at a party in Malibu during WWE SummerSlam in 2009 with hockey pal Chris Chelios and musician Kid Rock.

The fun-loving hockey player was halted in his tracks when he saw, then briefly met, Barbie Blank—a.k.a. Kelly Kelly—the statuesque pro wrestling star. Athlete-to-athlete, there was immediate common ground. Only later would they discover the level of their mutual attraction.

“It was more of a chance meeting than anything,’’ says the 6-foot-4 blueliner who plays for the Anaheim Ducks. “Before I even knew what Barbie did, I remember seeing her and having my breath taken away. And then to find out what she did and who she was as a person became more amazing for me each day. I didn’t realize until we started dating how wildly successful and popular she was.”

The pairing of skilled hockey player and accomplished wrestler has become a life-changer for the 37-year-old Souray, a native of Elk Point, Alberta, who started his NHL career with the New Jersey Devils in 1997-98 before playing for Montreal, Edmonton and Dallas. He loves life at the beach, sharing summers and days between games with Blank, who retired last year from the pro wrestling circuit to focus on modeling and acting.

For Blank, there’s been learning curve since she’s become a hockey fan only in recent years. Certainly she deserves high grades for doing her homework on Souray’s pugilistic side.

“My mom told me to ‘YouTube’ his fights,’’ she says laughing. “That’s so sweet, right? When I started coming to Shelly’s games, it was amazing and crazy to see him come alive in his element. I was always standing up and yelling. The rest of the wives and girlfriends didn’t know what to make of me.”

Now hooked on hockey and eager to cheer for Souray’s ice exploits, Blank says mutual support has always been a linchpin of their sporting relationship.

“He was the same with my career, right there in the front row,’’ she says. “We bonded over cheering each other on. We took our time about two years from when we met before we started dating. But when we met, we knew we belonged together.”

The chance to jointly participate in a joint shoot for Athletes Quarterly was a welcome challenge, though Souray readily admits he felt in need of expert guidance. Blank is familiar with hours before a camera since he’s graced Maxim’s cover and regularly does swimsuit calendar.

“I’ve never done anything like it and I’m much less comfortable in front of the camera than Barbie,’’ Souray says. “It was key to have a really good partner. There aren’t any clothes that could have made me look as good as she did.”

To Blank, her favorite defenseman—who scored a career-best 26 goals for Montreal in 2006-07 and is no shrinking violet with 1,145 career penalty minutes—was a natural as cameras whirred.

“I’m really glad we did this together, it was a blast,’’ she says. “We played off each other and we could be ourselves in front of the camera. It was very comfortable.”

Souray becomes almost spiritual when talking of the arc of his athletic life. He admits to thoroughly enjoying the New York nightlife in his early years and how meaningful it was to skate for the legendary Canadiens and his hometown Oilers. Now he regards the opportunity to play in Southern California as a blessing.

“Every stop of my career had its moments and I’m appreciative for all of them, for all the people I met and all the places I’ve been,’’ he says. “And to be here now with the Ducks, where the lifestyle is so agreeable, is really great.”

Playoff success has eluded the three-time All-Star but that could change with the Ducks, a Pacific Division powerhouse thanks to top scorers Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf, plus the stellar goaltending of Jonas Hiller.

“Every kid who grows up in Canada wants to play hockey. So from where I started, if I had played one NHL game, that would have been a success,’’ he says. “My family gave me the opportunity, that’s not lost on me. I owe them everything.”

Not to mention a few valuable lessons from Blank that may help Souray as he battles younger and scrappier opponents.

“I try to wrestle him all the time, but he always comes up with something in return,” she laughs. “So I taught him a few moves and I hope they’ll help him on the ice!”

Souray says the hard work on and off the ice never ceases but when hockey’s not on his daily agenda, there’s plenty of time to enjoy the good life he has with the former WWE Divas Champion.

“The fun meter has always been at ‘full’ for me,’’ he admits. “But the bottom line is that I’ve never been in a more happy, safe and comfortable place than I am right now.”

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  2014/03/20
Kelly Kelly Interview
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Wrestling101 has published this interview with Barbie in which she talks about her appearances in the indys,her thoughts about a WWE return,her WWE debut and Vince McMahon as boss.

Kelly Kelly made her television debut on the ECW brand on June 2006 with her own weekly segment, Kelly’s Expose before getting more in-ring action wrestling on Raw and SmackDown and becoming a one-time Divas Champion.

We caught up with Kelly Kelly to talk about where the second Kelly came from, working with Tommy Dreamer, Stone Cold Steve Austin being a big influence and much more.

How did you first get into the sport of professional wrestling?

I started when I was 19-years-old, I was doing some modelling whilst I was in college studying broadcast journalism. The WWE called my agent and asked if I wanted to try out, they invited me to Louisville, Kentucky for a try-out at OVW so I went along and the rest as they say is history.

Growing up were you a wrestling fan and who were the wrestlers you enjoyed watching?

When I was younger, when I was about 10 and 11-years-old I used to watch wrestling with my dad all the time. I really loved Stone Cold Steve Austin and he has always been my favourite, even to this day.

I remember when I first met him when I started working with WWE he was just so nice to me and so welcoming, it was really amazing and great. I guess you could say he was my inspiration to get into the business.

Were you a fan of any of the Divas before you got into wrestling yourself?

Yeah I was always a big fan of Trish Stratus’ stuff, Lita was an awesome performer and a great person, I always liked their work together and I really admired the pair of them.

What was it like when you made your professional debut for WWE?

It was very nerve wracking, I had only been signed for about a month and I was very new and I didn’t know anything. My first day on television I was so nervous and I was doing the expose thing on ECW, it was just very nerve wracking, the only thing I remember is thinking thank god it’s over after I was done.

During that spell in ECW you got to work with the likes of; Mike Knox, The Sandman, Tommy Dreamer and CM Punk, what was it like working with those guys?

I was very lucky to start out in ECW, they all kind of took me under their wing and just taught me the ropes. It was good that I wasn’t just shoved onto Raw right away or SmackDown because I feel like I needed some place to start, learn and grow and ECW definitely did that for me.

Tommy Dreamer was definitely one who kind of took me under his wing, him and Test really helped me out when I first came in, thank god for them.

What was it like when you started to have matches with the other Divas?

It was good, I was very happy when I was able to start competing in the ring and wrestling the other girls and going after the belt. I always loved wrestling Beth Phoenix, the match we had at SummerSlam when I had the belt, wrestling her was great, we had an amazing match.

My mum was in the front row along with my boyfriend, it was just a really great occasion at the Staples Centre and it is always really cool to wrestle there with all the celebrities in attendance.

Where did the second Kelly come from in your name?

That was down to Vince (McMahon), I never really knew why, he told me there was this television show and there was this song on the show and it was Kelly Kelly, and I was like okay, I wasn’t going to argue with the boss.

What was Vince McMahon like as a boss?

He is great, he was very hands on and just helped out with everything. Every week on television he was there during rehearsals, he would help us, telling us exactly what he wanted from the matches. He wanted to be personable to everyone, he is a little intimidating at times as your boss but he was great!

What was the reason for you leaving WWE?

I just felt that it was my time, I had been there for seven years and I knew I only wanted to do it for so many years. I just wanted to pursue other things, I didn’t leave on a bad note, everything was fine, they knew I was ready to do other things and I wanted to spend more time at home with my boyfriend as well.

He was on the road a lot as well as myself, so it was nice to settle down, I had grown up in front of everyone for seven years, I was a baby to 25-years-old.

You’ve worked on a few independent shows, what have they been like?

I’ve never wrestled on any of the indy shows, I’ve just announced, but the shows are cool and it is always great to meet the fans and be able to interact and talk to them.

 

Could we perhaps see you return to WWE some day?

I don’t know to be honest with you, I’m doing some acting at the moment and I’m filming a movie right now. I’m really excited to be on a new adventure but you never know, I’m only 26-years-old so who knows what is going to happen in the future.

 
  2013/05/07
Barbie In TMZ Live
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Barbie was interviewed yesterday in TMZ Live talking about Miley Cyrus being named #1 in the Maxim Hot 100 List of this year.

We adeed screencaptures to the site.

 

You can watch the video here 

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  2013/04/02
Barbie in Jacksonville Magazine
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In the April Issue of Jacksonville Magazine we can read a wonderful article about Barbie.

The article says the following.

At 19 Barbie Blank was a part-time model and student of FCCJ (now Florida State College) with dreams of being a broadcast journalist-until she got a phone call that changed her life: “Would you be interested in becoming a professional wrestler” After training with Bill DeMott (“aka the most hardest trainer in the bussiness”) in Atlanta,Blank proved her mettle and was signed to a contract with WWE and given the name “Kelly Kelly.” Known for her innocent demeanor and gymnastics feats. Blank became a fan favorite,eventually winning the WWE Diva Championship in 2011. She retired from the sport last year but has remained in the public eye with appearances in Timbaland music video,on The Price Is Right and on the cover of Maxim. Blank,26,currently lives in Newport Beach,California,with her boyfriend,Sheldon Souray of the Anaheim Ducks,and bulldog,Motley.
-In her first pro wrestling appearance,she was just “Kelly.” but WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon doubled the pleasure after being inspired by ‘The Kelly Song’ sung by Woody on Cheers.
-Professional wrestling may be scripted,she says,but “you can’t fake being hit in the face or in the back with a chair.” Being in the ring for seven years,she got off relatively easy with only broken ribs and a burst bursa sac in her knee.
-Besides family and friends,what Blank missed most about Jacksonville is the warm weather at the beach,Southern hospitality,Beach Road Chicken and Bono’s Bar B-Q.
-In addition to her own calendar, Blank sells outfits she’s worn in the ring and on photoshoots. You can have one for $250-$1,000.
-Blank says she owes her success to her family-specially her sister Mary,dad Ron,grandmother Mary and her mom Robin who told her,“College will always be there but an oportunity like this won’t.”
-She’s currently working on a fitness DVD that demonstrates how to work out like a Diva,which is convenient since she admits to being addicted to French fries,pizza and cupcakes.
-Her signature move in the ring: the stinkface (and,yes,it’s bad as it sounds).

Her article only counts with one page but is a very interesting article.

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