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What Happened to Joy Giovanni? Everything You Need to Know About the Former WWE Diva

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Joy Giovanni, a name that resonates with WWE fans, made her debut in the wrestling world in 2004, but where is she now?

She was a contestant in the Diva Search competition and, despite finishing third, she was signed by WWE. Her tenure with the company was brief, lasting less than a year, during which she participated in a handful of matches.

In July 2005, WWE released her from her contract, marking the end of her wrestling career.

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Joy Giovanni: A Brief Return to the Ring

In 2009, four years after her departure, Giovanni made a fleeting return to the WWE. She competed in a 25-Diva Battle Royal at WrestleMania 25, a match designed to crown the first Miss WrestleMania.

Despite her best efforts, she was unable to clinch the title, with Santina emerging as the victor.

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Life After Wrestling

Post her wrestling career, Giovanni embarked on a new journey. She embraced her spiritual side and became an astrologist and psychic, as revealed by her Instagram account.

Nearly two decades after leaving WWE, Giovanni, now 44, has undergone a significant transformation. She looks quite different from her wrestling days, but her spirit remains as vibrant as ever.

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The Evolution of Joy Giovanni

Giovanni’s journey from a WWE Diva to an astrologist and psychic is a testament to her versatility and adaptability.

She has successfully transitioned from the high-octane world of wrestling to a more serene and spiritual profession. Her transformation is not just physical but also reflects a change in her lifestyle and interests.

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