WWE SummerSlam Appetizer: The Girls of Summer
Summerslam, the annual WWE Summer Classic, is known to be the stage of countless epic battles and memorable moments. (1)
But Summerslam is also, year after year, the showcase of the hottest Divas and WWE women.
So, without anymore interruption, let's get into the heat of the subject and see just how HOT Summerslam can be... and I'm not talking about the weather.
The Summerslam 2005 Carwash (part 1)
In 2005, the WWE didn't hesitate to use all means necessary to advertise Summerslam.
The Summerslam 2005 Carwash (part 2)
Stacey Keibler could wash my car any time.
The Summerslam 2005 Carwash (part 3)
Don't scratch the paint off the poor guy's car.
Summerslam 2007 (part 1)
Who would not be motivated to train with Torrie Wilson?
Summerslam 2007 (part 2)
The WWE didn't miss the occasion to give an interesting Summerslam 2007 preview with their nice catchphrase ''All the Divas, Half the clothes''.
Summerslam 2007 (part 3)
If anyone cares, Beth Phoenix won that match, but she failed to win the WWE Women's Title against Candice Michelle.
Summerslam 2008 (part 1)
At Summerslam 2008, both the Intercontinental and Women's Championships were on the line in a mixed tag team match.
Beth Phoenix carried her team to the victory.
Summerslam 2008 (part 2)
In addition to carrying her team in the ring, she carried her partner after the match.
Vintage Summerslam Moments (part 1)
Let's go back in time for some interesting moments in the Summerslam history.
Sorry for the bad quality of the pic, but that's the only one I found.
Anyway, you can see why Summerslam 1992 was so great.
Fortunately for Shawn Michaels, Sensational Sherri came to his rescue.
Vintage Summerslam Moments (part 2)
The 1991 edition of Summerslam was headlined by one big match and a wedding.
Miss Elizabeth tied the knot in the middle of a WWF ring.
She was a beautiful bride, but it was nothing compared to her performance at Summerslam 1988.
Vintage Summerslam Moments (part 3)
The ''First Lady'' of WWE rarely showed how hot she was, but she made an exception at the first edition of Summerslam.
She removed her skirt to distract the referee and her man's opponents.
Summerslam 2009 (part 1)
After a look in the nineties, let's fast forward to 2009.
Maria and Katie Lea were part of the Summerslam Axxess tour.
Summerslam 2009 (part 2)
At the 2009 Summerslam dark match, The Glamazon showed again how she is a dominant Diva by winning another Battle Royal.
Summerslam 2009 (part 3)
This Summerslam reading jam poster certainly motivated many.
Swimsuits at The Beah (part 1)
Summerslam means summer...
Summer means swimsuits at the beach...
Swimsuits at the beach means pleasure for the eyes...
The first Diva I want to present you is Ivory.
Swimsuits at The Beah (part 2)
Lita is one of my favorite wrestlers. She is the total package.
Swimsuits at The Beah (part 3)
The original Diva shows us why she is considered the first ''real'' Diva.
Swimsuits at The Beah (part 4)
Here is Torrie Wilson, one of my favorite Divas.
Swimsuits at The Beah (part 5)
One of the best Divas ever, Trish Stratus.
Summerslam 2010 Preview (part 1)
At the upcoming Summerslam, the Divas Title will be on the line.
The returning Melina will face Alicia Fox.
Summerslam 2010 Preview (part 2)
On the last episode of Raw, we saw a preview of what is to be expected at Summerslam.
Summerslam 2010 Preview (part 3)
That must hurt...
Summerslam 2010 Preview (part 4)
To open the fans' appetite for Sunday, the WWE presented the Divas Summertime Spectacular on the August 9 episode of Raw.
Eve and Gail Kim slide to the ring.
Summerslam 2010 Preview (part 5)
Maryse and Jillian Hall are getting ready for the Divas Summertime Spectacular.
Summerslam 2010 Preview (part 6)
Santino Marella, the special guest referee for the Divas Summertime Spectacular seems to enjoy to be in the heat of the action.
Summerslam 2010 Preview (part 7) and Conclusion
As you could see, the Summer Classic is more than just wrestling.
I hope you enjoyed that light slide-show and I hope it put you in the mood for the upcoming pay-per-view.
If you're looking for more serious articles about Summerslam 2010, I invite you to take a look at the previews I wrote in the last week: