WWE Universe has surely hasn’t forgotten about Kaitlyn who today is celebrating her birthday. Born on September 7th, she becomes 34, as of today. Real-name, Celeste Beryl Bonin, is an American entrepreneur, bodybuilder, model, and professional wrestler. But the former blonde-head is best known for her tenure in WWE under the ring name of Kaitlyn, who also used to be a former WWE Divas Champion.
Kaitlyn Birthday Photos: Former WWE Divas Champion’s Incredible Change In Look
Kaitlyn came to the spotlight, quickly after NXT season 3 which she actually ended up winning. Moving forward, she won a Battle Royal to become the number one contender for the Divas Championship, shortly after moving to the main roster.
She would eventually go on to defeat Eve to become Divas Champion. This was quite a lengthy reigns that lasted for 153 days and thus she made a spot for herself in the WWE Universe.
Going by her earlier stint, Kaitlyn used to possess that sweet girl-next-door image in the WWE. Cut to 2020, when you see her latest images, you could barely find a similarity to that girl. She no more is a blonde-head. Rather her body is filled up with tattoos with a new hair-cut which is bound to give us a thought whether she is that same girl from her WWE days.
It should be noted that Kaitlyn started her career as a body fitness model. In 2007, she won the National Physique Committee (NPC) John Sherman Classic Bodybuilding Figure and Fitness Championship and came in fifth at the Arnold Classic in the NPC Figure Class D competition. Even today, she is still pursuing her body-building career while she also owns a clothing line. Plus, she often appears in revealing photoshoots for fitness magazines.
Kaitlyn left WWE in 2014 and considered herself retired from the professional wrestling industry. She made her in-ring return in 2018 and later found herself back in WWE through the Mae Young Classic tournament. She talked about what it was like to return to WWE and how she was able to be back with her former employer.
“I had gone through this really shi**y divorce and I was like, ‘I love wrestling. Let me get back into it to feel like me again.’ And because I was posting a lot of that on social media, somebody reached out and they were like, ‘Hey, do you wanna be a part of this?’ I started training really hard for it because I’m like, ‘I’m not gonna go back and suck ass’ and so, I train all summer for it. The thing is with WWE, if you are associated with them, it’s such a huge commitment and I have a business and a ton of other stuff going on so, couldn’t necessarily commit to a 300-day-a-year type of schedule.
“But to go back and do this one-off, I think I was there for a week and doing press and all that stuff, which is cool to be back in that world again and it’d be on my terms.” (courtesy )