Rochelle Loewen was featured on WWE television from 2003 to 2005 but has largely remained out of the professional wrestling scene since.
After a successful appearance for the WWE in 2003, Rochelle Loewen was quickly snapped up by the organization and enjoyed brief stints on both RAW and SmackDown throughout 2004 and 2005. A decade and a half later, the now 40-year-old beauty has largely remained out of the professional wrestling scene.
Women’s PW takes a look back at Rochelle Loewen’s WWE career as well as what she is doing now.
Loewen first appeared for the WWE as part of their RAW brand in December of 2003, escorting Lance Storm and Val Venis out to the ring. She would continue to appear on the brand in early 2004 as a model who was trying to get a job as a diva through general manager Eric Bischoff. Loewen was transfered to the SmackDown brand shortly after and would mainly work as a valet, as well as appearing in backstage segments. She worked alongside the likes of John Cena, Dawn Marie and Amy Weber. Loewen’s biggest moment came in 2005 when she competed in the SmackDown Rookie Diva Contest at the No Way Out pay-per-view event.
What Happened Next?
After leaving the WWE, Loewen competed on the Lingerie Football team LA Temptation up until 2007. In 2011, Rochelle competed on the second season of Gillette drafted. Lowen, now a mother, currently continues to model and is heavily active on her Instagram page, she is also a certified personal & group trainer.