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  1. Beth Phoenix - Wikipedia

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    Elizabeth Copeland (née Kociański) (born November 24, 1980), known professionally as Beth Phoenix, is an American professional wrestling commentator, professional wrestler and retired amateur wrestler. She is currently signed to WWE and performs as color commentator on the NXT brand.

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    • 150 lb (68 kg)
    • May 2001
    • Randy Orton RKOs Beth Phoenix, leaving WWE Universe stunned: Raw, March 2, 2020
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  2. Beth Phoenix - IMDb

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    Beth Phoenix was born on November 24, 1980 in Elmira, New York, USA as Elizabeth Kocianski. She is an actress, known for WWE Smackdown! (1999), Clash Time (2011) and WWE Superstars (2009). She has been married to Adam Copeland since October 30, 2016. They have two children.

  3. Beth Phoenix | WWE

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    Beth Phoenix: Bio No female competitor ever dominated her division as convincingly as Beth Phoenix. While watching WWE with her grandmother on weekend mornings as a young girl, Phoenix knew her calling was to crush the competition in pursuit of in-ring glory.

  4. 651.4k Followers, 354 Following, 1,204 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Beth “Phoenix” Copeland (@thebethphoenix)

  5. Beth Phoenix | Pro Wrestling | Fandom

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    • Training
    • Ohio Valley Wrestling
    • World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE

    After graduating from high school in 1998, she enrolled in both a professional wrestling school and Canisius College in Buffalo, New York. Her first choice for wrestling school was Stu Hart's Dungeon, but because of the location, she decided on a more local school. At the school, she was trained by the All Knighters (Joey Knight and Robin Knightwing), who themselves had trained in the Hart Dungeon. Her professional wrestling debut match was against Alexis Laree. She then competed with various...

    She was invited to a tryout with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in May 2004, and then relocated to Louisville, Kentucky to work for their developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW). She debuted on OVW television in July 2004, having expanded her ring name to \\"Beth Phoenix\\", and became the on-screen girlfriend and valet of Chris Masters. The storyline was short lived, and the following month Phoenix was repackaged as the manager of Aaron \\"The Idol\\" Stevens. She signed a developm...

    Phoenix debuted on the May 8, 2006 episode of Raw as a fan favorite by attacking Mickie James while James was assaulting Trish Stratus. After this incident, James berated Phoenix for \\"ruining everything\\" and questioned why she even showed up in the first place. A week later, Phoenix was formally introduced by Stratus and then battered a distracted James on Stratus's behalf. When James finally escaped, Phoenix claimed that James had ruined her life and would not let her get away with it, befor...

    • November 24, 1980
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  8. Beth El Phoenix

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    Jan 12, 2021 · Welcome to Beth El Phoenix We are a multifaceted, intergenerational community devoted to helping our community find joy through Torah and the traditions of the Jewish people, as expressed in the Masorti/Conservative movement.

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