Mendez began her professional wrestling career on the New Jersey independent circuit in 2007, where she performed as Miss April, notably in Women Superstars Uncensored.
She signed with WWE in 2009 and spent two years in its developmental system, Florida Championship Wrestling, before she was called up to the main roster.
In subsequent years, she won the Divas Championship a record-tying three times and held the title for an overall record of 406 days.
She also won the Diva of the Year Slammy Award twice (20), and was voted Woman of the Year by readers of Pro Wrestling Illustrated for an unprecedented three consecutive years (2012–2014). Her brother's childhood interest in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now known as WWE) influenced her ambition to pursue a professional wrestling career, which she cemented when she was 12 years old.
Konnan learned of this tidbit from his source within the sports-entertainment organization.
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They have held tag team gold a couple of times in the company.
Naomi, on the other hand, debuted as one-half on the Funkadactyls cheerleading for Brodus Clay.
Since then, she has come up a long way and is a singles competitor on Kidd was the last graduate of the infamous Hart Dungeon.