I found an article that caught up with former WWE Divas Ivory (Lisa Moretti) and Molly Holly (Nora Greenwold). Both of whom are actually out of the business at this point in their careers and are making good living outside the ring, but still make occasional wrestling related appearances.
The woman they spoke with was Ivory who said that she is currently working by herself, for herself as an Animal advocate and pet service provider. She jokes saying "I'm around 15 to 20 dogs all day; it's just like wrestling." Though may fans believe Ivory's career started in WWE and remember her most for her time with RTC (Right to Censor) and as a Trainer on the reality show Tough Enough. However, Ivory had a very successful career years prior to her start in the WWE as a part of the company named GLOW or Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. (Which is the 1980's version of Shimmer or Shine today) Ivory wasn't called to the WWE until 1999 and would actually stick around till either 2004 or 2005. As for the current product Ivory actually had this to say "I was fortunate enough to watch Bayley at NXT, when they had their matches," she said. "Those girls were on fire. It's all around us. Great ladies' wrestling is all around us. So it has not disappeared by any means."
Much like Ivory, Molly elaborates on what she has been up to since walking away from and it seems like much like her counterpart Molly is keeping busy. Molly works for Teen Challenge, which is a worldwide organization that helps people overcome drug and alcohol addiction. Though many may think that like Ivory Molly's career started when she walked through the WWE door, your wrong. Molly's career actually started in WCW as one of the manager for Randy Savage and also was member with Madusa & Sid in Team Madness for a short time. Between the time of 1999 & 2001 Molly would actually debut in the WWE. Molly speaks very highly of Madusa in the interview saying that Madusa helped pave the way in the business for her and she was very grateful.
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