25 Facts About Alexis Laree


Mickie Laree James was born on August 31,1979 and is an American professional wrestler and country singer.

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Alexis Laree has had tenures in WWE and the National Wrestling Alliance.

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Alexis Laree trained in several camps to improve her wrestling abilities before working for NWA: Total Nonstop Action in 2002, where she gained national attention.

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Alexis Laree is the only woman to be involved in the promotion's Clockwork Orange House of Fun matches.

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Alexis Laree received a push and she won her first WWE Women's Championship at WrestleMania 22, a title she has held a total of five times.

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Alexis Laree was released from the company in April 2010, after which she returned to TNA, where she became a three-time TNA Knockouts Champion.

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Alexis Laree has a sister, a half-sister, a half-brother, and three stepbrothers.

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Alexis Laree grew up in Montpelier, Virginia and graduated from Patrick Henry High School in 1997.

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Alexis Laree made her professional debut on the independent circuit on 28 August, 1999, as a valet for KYDA Pro Wrestling under the ring name Alexis Laree, a name created as the result of a combination of her stage name from when she was a dancer and her middle name.

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Alexis Laree went on to manage several male wrestlers, including managing Tommy Dreamer to win the KYDA Pro Heavyweight Championship.

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Alexis Laree trained to improve her wrestling abilities by attending training camps such as the Funking Conservatory, a workshop run by Dory Funk Jr.

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Alexis Laree started competing for Maryland Championship Wrestling, where she trained at camps run by Ricky Morton and Bobby Eaton.

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Alexis Laree was not prominently featured until March 26,2003, when she teamed with Amazing Red as part of his feud against the X Division Champion Kid Kash and Trinity.

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Alexis Laree competed in her first singles match with the promotion on April 2,2003, in a losing effort against Trinity.

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Alexis Laree continued to wrestle with the stable while they feuded with The Disciples of the New Church, taking part in an angle with Father James Mitchell burning her with a fireball and wrestling in another Clockwork Orange House of Fun match before leaving the company.

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Still using the ring name Alexis Laree, she began making television appearances for OVW on January 29,2004, and competed in several tag team matches throughout the year.

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On May 17,2005, Alexis Laree was placed into a tournament for the OVW Television Championship.

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Alexis Laree defeated Mike Mondo in the first round, only to lose to Blaster Lashley in the next round.

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Alexis Laree defeated Victoria and Melina en route to the finals at Cyber Sunday, where she lost to Lita.

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Alexis Laree competed in her first match in nearly seven years in a WWE ring on January 29,2017, at the Royal Rumble pay–per–view, teaming with Bliss and Natalya against Lynch, Naomi, and Nikki Bella in a losing effort.

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Alexis Laree's release was met with some controversy, as she claimed her belongings were sent to her in a trash bag.

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Alexis Laree lasted just under 12 minutes in the match, managing to eliminate her former rival Michelle McCool and was later eliminated by another former rival, Lita.

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Alexis Laree has since won every match since this announcement, most recently defeating Mia Yim at Bound for Glory.

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Alexis Laree received a Nammy for "Song of the Year" for her recording "Shooting Blanks".

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Alexis Laree made her in-game debut at WWE SmackDown vs Raw 2007 and appears in WWE SmackDown vs Raw 2008, WWE SmackDown vs Raw 2009, WWE SmackDown vs Raw 2010, WWE SmackDown vs Raw 2011, WWE 2K18, WWE 2K19, WWE 2K20, WWE 2K Battlegrounds, and WWE 2K22.

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