"Existing in the lifestyle of WWE, it's such a grueling lifestyle and being on the road four, five days a week, it's hard to be with your friends and family and you're sort of trapped in this bubble," Keibler explained."For me, it was just time to move on from that." In fact, she was so certain that she wanted to quit the WWE that she started preparing for it "a couple years before I left.
She also dabbled in acting, booking commercials before joining the WWE in 2001 and eventually getting her big break as a contestant on ' second season.
But since her sudden rise to fame back in 2006 (aided by her two-year relationship with A-lister George Clooney), Keibler has gone off the radar.
In September 2013, Keibler hinted at the seriousness of her new relationship when she posted a snap from Paris, writing "Love being in the city of love!
@jaredpobre." Just two months later, their families were uniting to celebrate the holidays together — talk about a milestone! "Marriage is the ultimate bond of love and friendship.
While on a private jet headed from Los Angeles to the Palm Springs International Film Festival with her beau, Keibler was allegedly snubbed by Angelina Jolie who was also on the flight with her then-husband Brad Pitt. Talk about an embarrassing encounter that would make anyone retreat from the limelight.
Citing anonymous sources, wrote that "Angelina refused to acknowledge that Stacy was even on the plane. After two very public years of dating, Keibler and George Clooney had an equally public split, which made the former wrestler the subject of numerous headlines.
She performed under the nicknames Skye and Miss Hancock and when, in 2001, WCW was purchased by WWE CEO Vince Mc Mahon, the blonde beauty was welcomed into the WWE family with open arms.
She went on to build an "in-ring career [that] spans a scattered half-decade with memorable matches against Trish Stratus, Victoria, and Molly Holly." But despite all of her success, Keibler called it quits in 2006 and, in 2013, she crushed fans' dreams when she told Sirius XM host Sam Roberts that she had zero plans to return to the ring that made her famous.
After just four weeks, she "started walking and working with my trainer Nonna Gleyzer to properly reattach my ab muscles.
Breastfeeding also helped me take off the baby weight, because it burns about 300 to 500 calories per day." "More than three months have passed since I gave birth, and I'm happy because my body is back," she gushed on her blog. In fact, my abs are in better shape now than before I got pregnant!
Being a full-time mom means more to me than anything in the world right now." In fact, Keibler got so into her pregnancy and becoming a first-time mom that she decided to experience all of the pain and reward that comes with a natural at-home birth.