May 4, 1979 |
|Professional wrestling career|
|Billed height||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Billed weight||105 lb (48 kg)|
|Billed from||Sacramento, California|
Alicia Nicole Webb (born May 4, 1979) is an American professional wrestling valet. She is perhaps best known for her time with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) during 1998 and 1999 as Ryan Shamrock. Not to be confused with Ryan Shamrock, MMA fighter and son of Ken Shamrock. 
Professional wrestling career
World Wrestling Federation
In January 1999, Alicia debuted on Raw as "Ryan Shamrock", the kayfabe younger sister of Ken Shamrock. On the January 11 episode of Raw, Val Venis flirted with her at ringside before his match. Ken Shamrock ran out and attacked Venis, yelling at him not to talk to his sister. After giving Venis a beating, Billy Gunn appeared at the ring and mooned Ryan. Ken then went after Gunn, challenging him to an Intercontinental title match at the Royal Rumble.
In February 1999, Ryan was officially introduced to the viewers by Venis. It was revealed that she had starred with Venis in the fictional pornographic film Shaving Ryan's Privates. On the April 5 episode of Raw, The Undertaker and his disciples decided to sacrifice Ryan. The next week, Ryan was found by Mick Foley in the boiler room.
Having disappeared from the WWF for over a month, Ryan returned on an episode of WWF Heat, distracting Droz during a tag team match, causing a loss against The Brood. Ryan then joined the Pretty Mean Sisters (PMS) stable with Terri Runnels and Jacqueline. After being with PMS for three months, Webb was released from the WWF in July 1999.
World Championship Wrestling
Webb later debuted in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) on their Nitro show as "Symphony", the valet of The Maestro. After managing the Maestro for five months, the Maestro was released from WCW. In August 2000, Webb was also released from WCW.
She worked for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) briefly as "Aleesha", scouting wrestlers on the stage ramps, but she left after a couple of shows.
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