3 definitions by Jason Kreitzer

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Highly-talented former WWE woman wrestler and 2-time WWE Women's Champion whose real name is Noreen (often listed as Nora) Greenwald. Trained by Dean Malenko and started in Florida indies. Entered WCW in 1999 as Miss Madness, a member of Randy Savage's Team Madness stable with Gorgeous George (Stephanie Bellars), Madusa and Sid Vicious. Her name was changed to Mona and she had a few matches in WCW before arriving in WWE in late 2000. She beat Trish Stratus for her first WWE Women's Championship and defeated Gail Kim for her second. Went from blonde babyface (good girl) to dark-haired prude heel (villain). Was ridiculed for her nice curvy butt by other WWE Divas and announcers. Molly stood out among the Divas as one of the few (along with Stacy Kiebler and Jazz who had real breasts. Is a dedicated Christian.
Molly Holly was one of the best women wrestlers WWE has ever had.
by Jason Kreitzer November 04, 2006
A pro wrestling Clown that ran in the WWF (now WWE) from late 1992 to early 1996. The gimmick was originally an evil, psychotic clown played by Matt Borne, best known for his work in Portland and in Mid-South during the 1980s. This Doink spawned several other Doinks. The second Doink, also evil, was played by Steve Keirn, best known for his work in Florida and Memphis with Stan Lane as the Fabulous Ones during the 1980s. These Doinks feuded with Crush (formerly of Demolition; real name Bryan Adams, most recently of the team Kronik). Doink started getting bigger face (good guy) reactions from the crowd and was turned face. Steve Lombardi, best known as the Brooklyn Brawler, took over the gimmick for a short time, until Gary Fall, aka Ray Apollo or Ray Licaccelli, took over the gimmick full-time. Doink turning face is generally considered to be the moment when the Doink gimmick lost its edge and its coolness. The addition of his midget sidekick Dink didn't help matters. The good Doink feuded with Bam Bam Bigelow, who deserved better. Other wrestlers who have donned the Doink disguise at one point or another are Jeff Jarrett, Shane Douglas, Dusty Wolfe, the Bushwhackers, Men on a Mission and Midwest indy workers Terek the Great and Truth Martini.
At WWF WrestleMania IX, Doink the Clown (Matt Borne) d. Crush with help from a second Doink (Steve Keirn).
by Jason Kreitzer March 29, 2005
WWE Chairman Vince McMahon's daughter who is the head of Creative Writing for WWE Television, despite being completely unqualified for the position. Her position of power is largely responsible for the decline in quality of the past several years and her husband HHH's dominance during the same time period. She is due to deliver their first child, who will grow up horribly messed up, very soon.
On the September 13, 2001 episode of Smackdown, Stephanie McMahon revealed what a sick, deluded, heartless person she really is when she equated the 9/11 attacks with her father's steroid trial.
by Jason Kreitzer May 01, 2006
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