Alicia Fox

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Alicia Fox
An African-American woman with dyed red hair, wearing a black crop top and black skirt.
Fox in 2011
Birth name Victoria Elizabeth Crawford[1]
Born (1986-06-30) June 30, 1986 (age 28)[2]
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida[1]
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Alicia Fox[1]
Tori[1]
Victoria Crawford[1]
Billed height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)[3]
Billed weight 120 lb (54 kg)[1]
Billed from Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida[3]
Trained by Ohio Valley Wrestling[1]
Florida Championship Wrestling[1]
Debut July 1, 2006[1][4]

Victoria Elizabeth Crawford (born June 30, 1986) is an American model and professional wrestler best known by her ring name Alicia Fox. She is signed to WWE.

Prior to becoming a professional wrestler, Crawford was a model. She signed a contract with WWE in 2006, and debuted in Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), a WWE developmental territory, in July. That same year, on October 20, she won the OVW Women's Championship, but lost it the following day; her reign is not officially recognized by OVW. The following year, she moved to Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), another WWE developmental territory, where she competed regularly until 2009. Crawford debuted on SmackDown in June 2008, using the Alicia Fox name and the gimmick of a wedding planner. In November, she moved to the ECW brand, where she managed DJ Gabriel. The following year, Fox began challenging for the WWE Divas Championship, which she won in June 2010 beginning a two-month long reign.

World Wrestling Entertainment/WWE

Developmental territories (2006–2009)

In 2006 Crawford signed a developmental contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and was assigned to Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), WWE's developmental territory.[1] She debuted on July 1, 2006, as a special guest referee in a match between Shelly Martinez and ODB.[4] It was not until September 6 that she made her in-ring debut, under the new ring name Tori, in an OVW Ladies Battle Royal which she ultimately lost when she was thrown over the top rope by ODB.[4] She spent the next month competing regularly in both singles and tag team matches, against opponents including Mickie James, ODB, and Katie Lea.[4] In late September, she began managing Elijah Burke, accompanying him to the ring for matches against Chet The Jet.[4] At the OVW television tapings on October 18, having reverted to her real name, Crawford challenged Beth Phoenix for the OVW Women's Championship but lost following interference from Serena Deeb.[4] Two days later, on October 20, Crawford won a gauntlet match at a house show to win the OVW Women's Championship.[1][4] The following night, however, Crawford lost the championship to Phoenix, who won an eight-woman elimination match.[1][4] Crawford's championship win is unrecognised by OVW, and the promotion considers Phoenix's two reigns as champion as a single, uninterrupted reign.[1][5] Crawford continued to feud with Phoenix in early 2007, facing her in several tag team matches, in which Phoenix teamed with ODB and Crawford teamed with Lea or Deeb.[6] Simultaneously, Crawford participated in the "Miss OVW" contest, which was won by ODB.[6] Crawford had a series of matches with Milena Roucka in April, before moving onto a feud with Maryse Ouellet.[6] Her final appearance in OVW was on July 21, when she participated in a three-way match for the OVW Women's Championship which was won by ODB.[1][6]

Crawford debuted for Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) on September 2, 2007, participating in a best body contest.[7] Her FCW in-ring debut came on September 25, where she and Nattie Neidhart defeated The Bella Twins (Brianna and Nicole) in a tag team match.[7] She quickly began feuding with The Bella Twins, while allying herself with Neidhart. The Bella Twins defeated the team of Crawford and Neidhart on two consecutive occasions, and on October 23, Crawford lost to Nicole in a singles match.[7] A week later, she and Sheamus O'Shaunessy were defeated by Brianna and Kofi Kingston in a mixed tag team match.[7] In December, Crawford teamed with Tommy Taylor in a loss to Brianna and Robert Anthony.[7] The feud continued into 2008, with the Bellas defeating Crawford and Maryse Ouellet on January 8, and Crawford and Neidhart on January 19 and 29.[8] Following the completion of this feud, she began competing regularly against her former tag team partner, Neidhart. Neidhart won their first singles encounter on February 5 and was on the winning side of a tag team match on February 23, before Crawford won a singles match on February 26.[8] Following her debut on SmackDown, Crawford changed her ring name to 'Alicia Fox'.[8] She started managing Jack Gabriel in September, and teamed with Gabriel in mixed tag team matches against Mike Kruel and Wesley Holiday and Gabe Tuft and Melina, while continuing to compete in singles competition as well.[8] Fox competed in the Queen of FCW tournament between December 2008 and February 2009, defeating Jenny Cash and Tiffany en route to the final, where she lost to Angela Fong.[8][9]

Brand switches (2008–2010)

Crawford debuted on the June 13, 2008, episode of SmackDown in a backstage segment with Vickie Guerrero, which saw her introduced as Guerrero and Edge's wedding planner, Alicia Fox.[10] During their wedding reception the following month, Triple H revealed Edge kissing Fox the day before the wedding on camera.[11] Fox involved herself in the WWE Championship match at The Great American Bash when she attempted to help Edge, but she was stopped by Guerrero.[12] The confusion surrounding her interference caused Edge to accidentally spear Guerrero.[12]

After a three-month hiatus from WWE television, Fox resurfaced on the November 18 episode of ECW managing English wrestler DJ Gabriel, in a fan favorite role.[13] Their on-screen association was explained by WWE claiming that Fox had moved her wedding planner business to England during her hiatus from WWE television, where she had met Gabriel.[3] Gabriel and Fox began feuding with the Burchill siblings (Paul and Katie Lea) in late December 2008. Fox made her ECW in-ring debut on January 6, 2009, in a loss to Katie Lea Burchill.[14] The following week, Gabriel and Fox defeated the Burchill siblings in a mixed tag team match, giving Fox her first win as part of the brand.[15] In March, Fox and Gabriel feuded with Tyson Kidd and Natalya, with Natalya defeating Fox on March 3 on ECW.[16] Fox competed in the 25 Divas battle royal at WrestleMania XXV, which was won by Santina Marella.[2][17]

An African American woman with straight dark-brown hair stands in the center of two blonde Caucasian women. All three women are wearing crop tops, and standing near to a corner turnbuckle on the apron of a wrestling ring with red ropes.
Alicia Fox (center) with Natalya (left) and Maryse (right) at the Royal Rumble in 2010.

Fox was drafted to the SmackDown brand as a part of the 2009 Supplemental Draft on April 15.[18] She made her in-ring debut as a SmackDown diva as a villainous character on the April 30 episode of WWE Superstars, teaming with Michelle McCool to defeat Maria and Gail Kim.[19] After winning her debut match, Fox became aligned with Michelle McCool, with the pair teaming together in tag team matches as well as accompanying each other to the ring for singles matches.[20][21] She was in the corner of McCool when McCool won the WWE Women's Championship at The Bash.[22]

On June 29 it was revealed that Fox had been traded to the Raw brand.[23] The following week, she made her Raw debut in a tag team match teaming with Maryse against Gail Kim and Mickie James in a losing effort when Kim pinned Maryse.[22] She gained her first victory on Raw on July 13, when Fox, Maryse, and Rosa Mendes won a six-Diva tag team match when Maryse pinned Mickie James.[24] Fox picked up her first pinfall victory by pinning Kelly Kelly during a tag team match on the July 20 Raw.[25] On the August 10 episode of Raw, Fox was involved in a fatal four-way match to determine the number one contender for the WWE Divas Championship, but was unsuccessful.[26] The following month, on September 14, she defeated Gail Kim to become the number one contender to the Divas Championship.[27] She received a match for the championship at Hell in a Cell against Mickie James on October 4, but was unsuccessful.[28] Fox became the number one contender to the Divas Championship again on the November 2 Raw, by winning a battle royal which involved The Bella Twins, Eve Torres, Gail Kim, and Kelly Kelly.[29] She challenged Melina two weeks later for the championship, but was unsuccessful.[30] Melina vacated the Divas Championship due to injury, and a tournament was set up to determine the new champion in early January 2010.[31] Fox defeated Kelly Kelly in the first round of the tournament, but later lost to Gail Kim in the semi-finals.[32][33] Fox was on the winning team in a 10-Diva tag team match at WrestleMania XXVI, but on the losing side the following night in a rematch on Raw.[34][35] On the April 5 episode of Raw, Fox was involved in a "Dress to Impress" battle royal to determine the number one contender to the WWE Divas Championship, but was unsuccessful, and the match was won by Eve Torres.[36]

Fox began a storyline with Zack Ryder in May 2010, after he requested that she and Gail Kim be ringside on several occasions to watch his matches, so he could impress them and find a new valet.[37] During his match with Evan Bourne on May 10, Fox interfered on Ryder's behalf, but was stopped by Gail Kim.[38] The following week, Bourne and Kim defeated Ryder and Fox in a mixed tag team match.[39] She later turned on Ryder, attacking him in order to collect a "bounty" from the Raw guest host, Ashton Kutcher. Despite this however she remained a heel.[40]

Divas Champion and various storylines (2010–present)

An African-American woman with dark curly hair, wears a camouflage dress with a red belt and fur trim on the shoulders, white wrestling boots and knee-high red stockings. A blonde woman, wearing a black hooded jacket is visible in the background, standing with her back to the camera.
Fox at the WWE Tribute to the Troops event in December 2010.

At the Fatal 4-Way pay-per-view on June 20, Fox competed in a fatal four-way match for the WWE Divas Championship, which also involved Gail Kim, Eve, and Maryse. Fox pinned Maryse to win both the match and the championship for the first time.[41][42] She successfully defended the championship for the first time on the July 5 episode of Raw, defeating Eve after feigning an ankle injury.[43] As she faked an injury to retain the championship, Eve was granted a rematch at Money in the Bank by Raw's anonymous General Manager, where Fox was again able to successfully retain the championship.[44][45] Fox was part of the victorious team in a six-Diva tag team match on August 2, and declared herself to be undefeatable and the greatest Divas Champion in history. The former Divas Champion Melina made her return from injury to attack Fox.[46] The following week Melina pinned Fox in a non-title match.[47] On August 15, Fox lost the Divas Championship to Melina at SummerSlam.[48]

Fox announced that she would be mentoring Maxine on season three of NXT on August 31.[49] Maxine failed to win the competition, and was the second rookie Diva eliminated on the November 2 episode of NXT.[50] On Raw on September 6, Fox faced Melina in a rematch for the Divas Championship, but was unsuccessful.[51] Fox was involved in a battle royal to determine the winner of the Diva of the Year Slammy Award on the December 13 episode of Raw, but was eliminated by Natalya.[52] The following week, Fox was part of a triple threat number one contenders match, which was won by Melina.[53]

On April 26, 2011, Fox was drafted back to the SmackDown brand as part of the 2011 supplemental draft.[54] At the May 3 SmackDown tapings, Fox suffered a shoulder injury after her first match back for the brand, in which she was defeated by Layla.[55][56] Fox returned on the May 27 episode of SmackDown teaming with Tamina to defeat the team of Kaitlyn and AJ. This began a feud between the two sets of Divas, with Fox and Tamina regularly winning tag team matches and six-Diva tag team matches also including Rosa Mendes and Natalya.[57][58][59] The alliance between Fox and Tamina ended on the August 11 episode of Superstars, when Fox defeated Tamina in a singles match.[60]

After a tag team match in which they lost on the August 19 episode of SmackDown, Fox was attacked by Natalya, provoking a feud between the two.[61] She began wrestling alongside several different Divas to face Natalya and Beth Phoenix, known as The Divas of Doom in tag team matches, and also regularly competing against them in singles matches.[62][63][64] As part of the storyline, Fox also prevented Natalya and Phoenix from attacking other Divas, including Kelly Kelly and AJ.[65][66] At the 2012 Royal Rumble, Fox, Kelly, Eve Torres, and Tamina Snuka lost to The Divas of Doom and the Bella Twins in an eight-Diva tag team match.[67] The storyline continued sporadically throughout the first half of 2012, with Fox losing tag team and singles matches to Phoenix and Natalya.[68][69] Fox spent the remainder of 2012 and early 2013 competing in sporadic matches, usually on the losing side.[1] In mid-2013, Fox entered a tournament to determine the inaugural NXT Women's Champion. She defeated Bayley in the first round, but lost to Paige in the semi-finals.[70][71]

Foxsana (Aksana, left, and Fox, right) together in April 2014.

In September 2013, Fox allied herself with WWE Divas Champion AJ Lee in her feud against the cast of the Total Divas reality television show. For the rest of the year, Fox faced the Total Divas cast in singles and tag team matches, including a ten-Diva tag team match at Survivor Series. Beginning in January 2014, Fox formed a regular tag team with Aksana, later dubbed "Foxsana".[72][73][74] Fox participated in the Divas Invitational match at WrestleMania XXX, which was won by AJ.[75] In April, Fox began a feud with new Divas Champion Paige, losing to her in a series of matches on Raw, Main Event, and Superstars.[76][77][78] Her losses provoked a storyline in which she lost her temper after matches, taunting the ring announcers, ringside crew, and crowd and defacing the ringside area.[79][80] Fox was eventually able to defeat Paige on Raw on May 19 in a non-title match, celebrating by taking Jerry Lawler's crown.[81] Her victory set up a title match between the two at Payback, which Fox lost.[82] Following a further loss to Paige on June 9, Fox attacked tag team partner Aksana, before defeating her in a match on SmackDown to disband Foxsana.[83][84]

After a short hiatus, Fox returned on the September 29 episode of Raw where she defeated the Divas Champion AJ Lee, with help from her former rival Paige.[85] Fox subsequently formed an alliance with Paige, and went on to pick up another win over AJ on October 20.[86] After Fox inadvertently cost Paige a title match at Hell in a Cell, Paige attacked her the following night on Raw.[87][88]

Other media

Fox made guest appearances for the reality television show Total Divas produced by WWE and E! during the first three seasons, which began airing in July 2013.[89] In October 2014, Fox joined the main cast of the program for the fourth season, which will air in January 2015.[90]

List of television performances
Year Title Roles Notes Source
2013–present Total Divas Herself Guest (season 1-3)
Main cast (season 4)
[89]
[90]

Personal life

Crawford has a younger sister named Christina, who was also a professional wrestler and is now a Tampa Bay Buccaneers cheerleader.[91] Prior to becoming a professional wrestler, Crawford was a model, and signed with WWE after being seen in a fashion catalogue by John Laurinaitis.[1][2]

In wrestling

A curly haired woman stands on the apron of a wrestling ring with red ropes at the corner turnbuckle. The turnbuckle is black and has the red and white WWE logo on it. The woman is wearing a red dress with a whit trim across the top.
Fox in December 2009

Championships and accomplishments

Footnotes

a Crawford's reign is not officially recognized by OVW.[1][5]

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