Whether they worked as managers, valets, backstage interviewers, ring announcers, or even wrestlers themselves, the World Wrestling Federation — and later, World Wrestling Entertainment — had to create an entire brand for the female superstars who became regulars in their broadcast events. Many of these “Divas,” as they’ve been named, live the same lives as their male counterparts in the business, spending month after month on the road. It’s no wonder that so many of them eventually started dating, and even got married to each other. While not every “WAG” on this list works in the wrestling business, many of them definitely got their claims to fame by working in the industry. Here’s our look at the top 15 professional wrestling WAGs.