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AJ Lee Shows Off Impressive Physique Following WOW Taping

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AJ Lee has taken to social media to show of her incredible physique after the first taping for Women Of Wrestling.

Women Of Wrestling recently held their first set of tapings as the promotion prepares to hit screens towards the end of 2022. Someone heavily involved in the project is AJ Mendez, who was known in WWE as AJ Lee.

The star is currently working as an Executive Producer with the company. However, it appears that she hasn’t just been confined to a desk backstage.

Following the tapings, Mendez took to social media to show off her impressive physique.

Mendez is best known for her time in WWE where she appeared until 2015. After impressing in a try-out in May 2009, the star put pen to paper on a WWE contract and was handed the AJ Lee ring name shortly after.

During her time with the company, the star won the Divas Championship on three occasions. She announced her retirement from in-ring competition in April 2015.

AJ Mendez remained away from wrestling until October 2021 when she joined Women of Wrestling as an Executive Producer.

The company was recently back in the news as controversy continues to swirl around arguably it’s biggest star Tessa Blanchard. It was reported that there was a fall-out between the promotion and Blanchard while she was training with other wrestlers.

A source is reported to have alleged that Tessa Blanchard cut a promo that saw her “tear apart” fellow wrestler Samantha Sage who competes as Americana. Many other trainees are said to have spoken up after the incident with further acting classes cancelled.

Blanchard is reportedly no longer in charge of training talent with those duties being overseen by Selina Majors who is best known as Bambi, who had a hand in training current NXT 2.0 star Nikkita Lyons.

An anonymous source is also reported to have implied Tessa Blanchard may only be able to now work in Mexico as they were quoted as saying “If you are a fan of Tessa, you’d better learn Spanish.”