Miss Elizabeth


Height: 5'4"

Weight: 115 lbs

Real Name: Elizabeth Ann Hewlette

DOB: 11/19/1960

DOD: 5/01/2003

Homestate: Kentucky

Other Names: "The First Lady of Wrestling" (WWF, WCW)

In Wrestling Since: 1985

Other Related Websites:
nWo - Rollercoaster Bio
Miss Elizabeth - Online World of Wrestling Bio
Miss Elizabeth - Wikipedia Bio

History: Miss Elizabeth's career in professional wrestling really began when she married the "Macho Man" Randy Savage in December 1984. Soon after, she appeared at Savage's side as his manager/valet. She managed Savage for a long time, helping him win various WWF titles. She also briefly managed Hulk Hogan, when he and Savage were working together. When Savage became the "Macho King", she left him and was briefly out of wrestling. She made her stunning return after Savage lost a "Retirement" match against the Ultimate Warrior. At Summerslam '91, the two supposedly were married, even though they already were. Call it a renewing of the vows.

Elizabeth and Savage divorced in 1992, and she again disappeared from the sport. She reappeared at Savage's side in 1996 when he came to WCW, but soon went to the IV Horsemen instead, teaming with Woman and Debra McMichaels to manage the various Horsemen. Not long afterwards, Eliabeth went to the nWo, as they claimed they had bought out her contract. She was rarely heard from for a while, until Savage joined the nWo. With her reunion with him, she earned back her confidence, becoming a more active manager in his matches.

When Savage helped create nWo Wolfpack, Elizabeth stayed with nWo Hollywood. She mainly was seen staying next to Eric Bischoff, while bad-mouthing Savage. Bischoff and Elizabeth appeared a lot together, especially during Bischoff's 'talkshow' days. But when Bischoff faded back into the background in early '99, Miss Elizabeth started appearing next to Lex Luger and Kevin Nash, and was used as the "hair" recepient when Luger & Nash fought Rey Misterio Jr and Konnan in a Hair vs. Mask Match (Scott Hall & Nash won). When Luger's arm was injured before the bout, Miss Elizabeth faded into the background with him.

Miss Elizabeth would reappear again by Luger's side a few months later, but there was tension between them, as Luger began a long battle with his former friend, Sting. Miss Elizabeth seemed to want to side with Sting, so she was abused by Luger, who started to put her into matches, including a mud battle with Rhoda Singh, which was broken up by "Rowdy" Roddy Piper and Sting. Luger and Sting fought at Starrcade '99, where Miss Elizabeth showed her true colors, causing the DQ and betraying Sting. Elizabeth then went back with Luger, staying with him as his valet for the next couple of months, as he fought against various people, like Hulk Hogan and Sting.

In April '00, Vince Russo and Eric Bischoff returned to WCW, wiping out all angles and creating the New Blood, a group of young talent that was ready to physically take the torch away from the established wrestlers, the Millionaire's Club. While Luger and Ric Flair teammed up in their own fight against the New Blood, Miss Elizabeth became the target for 'kidnapping'. Russo, claiming that since he owned Elizabeth's WCW contract, he owned her, grabbed Elizabeth (with the help of R&B Security) and began to use devious methods to try and break her. Elizabeth again was forced to start wrestling, against people like Rhoda Singh and Daphne. Luger came to Elizabeth's rescue frequently, though, even going as far as to rack Rhoda! Soon, Elizabeth and Kimberly began having problems, and a PPV feud seemed imminent. However, in late May '00, Luger and management began having 'real' problems, and soon Luger, with Elizabeth, was suspended. Luger later returned to WCW, but Miss Elizabeth was not with him.

Miss Elizabeth, sadly, would not be seen in the wrestling world again. She was dating Lex Luger in 2003, where there were several reports of possible abuse from Luger. On May 1st, 2003, Luger called 911, desperate for some help. But it was too late. The First Lady of Wrestling passed away at the age of 42. It was later determined by investigators that she died of an accidental drug overdose, with alcohol being mixed with various drugs. She will be missed.

Pay-Per-View/Show Summary:
- WWF Summerslam '91 = Miss Elizabeth and "Macho Man" Randy Savage were "married".

PWI Achievement Awards: (0 wins, 1 1st RU, 1 2nd RU, 0 3rd RUs)
- 1986 Manager of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up
- 1988 Manager of the Year, 1st Runner-Up