Taryn Terrell Biography
Championships & Accomplishments:
-OVW Women's Championship
Rankings, Awards & Tournaments
-PWI Female 50--Ranked #38 in 2010
Taryn Terrell began her career in wrestling,
when she competed 2007 WWE Diva Search contest.
Taryn made it to 4th place in the competition, which
was won by Eve Torres. In February of 2008, Taryn
signed a WWE development contract, and reported
to WWE development territory, Florida Championship
Wrestling (FCW). In FCW, Taryn competed against
the likes of Milena Roucka (Rosa Mendes), Wesley
Holiday (Beverly Mullins), Alicia Fox and more.
On ECW's June 10, 2008 edition, Taryn made her way
back on WWE telvision, under the name Tiffany. "Tiffany"
became the Assistant General Manager of ECW, under
Theodore Long. Soon after, Tiffany began competing
in WWE Diva contests and matches. These included,
Cyber Sunday 2008's Halloween Costume Contest, a
16 Diva tag team match, and a 18 Diva tag team match
in which she picked up the win after rolling up
Katie Lea Burchill (March 30, 2009). On April 5,Tiffany
competed in her first Wrestlemania match, as she
participated in the 25 Diva battle royal.
On ECW on Sci-Fi's April 7, 2009 episode, Tiffany
became the General manager of ECW, after Theodore
Long reclaimed that title on Smackdown!.
The final ECW on Sy-Fy episode took place on February 16, 2010, and Tiffany was then moved to the Smackdown brand. There, she became an active in-ring competitor. During this time, she formed an alliance with Kelly Kelly, and the two called themselves "The Blondetourage." There, they feuded with Team LayCool (Layla and Michelle McCool). The feud led to the July 30, 2010 airing of WWE SmackDown, where Tiffany, accompanied by Kelly Kelly, as she faced Michelle McCool for the WWE Women's Championship. Tiffany was defeated after McCool hit the Faith Breaker
Unfortunately for Tiffany, she was suspended by
the World Wrestling Entertainment on August 13,
2010, which was reported to be due to a domestic
dispute with her real-life husband, WWE Wrestler
Drew McIntyre. She was later released from her WWE
contract on November 19, 2010.
After Taryn's release, she continued modelling, and pursuing acting jobs. Most notably, was an appearance in 2012's The Campaign, and a recurring role as "Cindy," on HBO's Treme.
On the August 16, 2012 edition of Impact Wrestling Live, Tiffany made her return to wrestling, under her real name Taryn Terrell. She was announced as the referee during a Knockouts Championship match, by Knockouts VP Brooke Hogan.