Lisa Moretti used to fly through the air and perform in front of thousands of fans and now she has a much distinctly job.
The 61-year-old, better known as Ivory, went from professional wrestling to working with furry four-legged clients.
The WWE legend started a dog grooming business after retiring from the sport.
Lisa stepped away from wrestling in 2006 and opened the business in Washington.
She began a life of rescuing and working with animals following Hurricane Katrina.
Lisa expressed working with animals during that time opened her eyes to how much she enjoyed it.
The business is named ‘Downtown Dog,’ she also has a doggy daycare called “The Bow Wow Bus.”
“I love my life. I am very, very, very lucky to have found a new existence that really gets me going. I love the animals,” Lisa said in an interview with WWE.
“They’re so positive and happy every day and have a really great spin on how to live their lives, and there’s a lot to learn from them.”
Lisa grew up wrestling with her siblings for enjoyment.
She started wrestling in a small promotion called GLOW and signed on with WWF in 1999.
The Los Angeles native won the women’s championship twice in her first year with the company.
She’d ultimately spend more than six years signed with the WWE.
Lisa is primarily recognized and remembered for helping change the landscape of women’s wrestling in the United States.
Women’s wrestling grew and was on television every week with memorable characters.
Lisa is a three-time WWE women’s champion and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2018.
She also made a surprise appearance at the WWE’s Royal Rumble in 2022 and got tossed out of the ring by Rhea Ripley.