When Dolph Ziggler had his little SmackDown Live temper tantrum this week it was a pretty entertaining segment. He ripped off the gimmicks of John Cena, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, and Naomi. In the end, he said he didn’t give a damn about the fans and stormed off. It was a classy move which really falls in line with his current “complaining gimmick.”
But when he was posing as “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Ziggler had a female valet with him standing in for Miss Elizabeth. A ton of people were wondering who this lady was and here’s your answer.
Her name is Stephanie Dinsmore and she’s an actress, spokes model, and aspiring pro wrestler. She’s won a couple beauty pageants as well which made her a perfect fit as Dinsmore said on social media: “so fun channeling Miss Elizabeth on SmackDown Live.”
This is a pretty cool addition to her resume. Who knows? Maybe someday she’ll be on WWE television every week only she’ll be playing a much larger character in the story. After all, CM Punk was a gangster for John Cena’s WrestleMania entrance and Braun Strowman was once one of Adam Rose’s Rosebuds. Crazier things have happened before and Superstars have used opportunities to be seen just so they can use it as a stepping stool the the next level in their careers.
But it sounds like Stephanie Dinsmore was happy as just the mystery woman on Dolph Ziggler’s arm, for now. And in case you were wondering, yes that is Nick Dinsmore’s wife.
— Stephanie Dinsmore (@QueenMrsSD) September 8, 2017
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