The Legacy of Beth Phoenix in Wrestling

Beth Phoenix, also known as the "Glamazon," is a retired professional wrestler who made a significant impact in the wrestling industry.

She was the second woman ever to compete in the Royal Rumble match, and she eliminated several male competitors during the match.

Beth Phoenix won the WWE Women's Championship three times during her career and was also a one-time Divas Champion.

She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2017, joining other wrestling legends such as Stone Cold Steve Austin, and The Rock.

Phoenix was known for her signature finishing move, the Glam Slam, which involved lifting her opponent onto her shoulders and then slamming them down to the mat.

In addition to her in-ring career, Phoenix has also worked as a commentator and analyst for WWE and other wrestling promotions.

She is a role model for young women who aspire to break down barriers and succeed in male-dominated fields and has inspired many female wrestlers who have followed in her footsteps.

Phoenix is married to fellow wrestler Adam Copeland, better known as Edge, and the couple has two children together.