Milena Roucka

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Milena Roucka

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Personal
Born: October 29, 1979 (1979-10-29) (age 35)
Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Ethnicity: Latina
Nationality: Canadian, Costa Rican
Body
Measurements: 34D-25-35
Bra/cup size: 34D (75D)
Boobs: Enhanced
Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Weight: 125 lb (57 kg)
Body type: Athletic
Eye color: Brown
Hair: BlackBlonde
Medium, Wavy
Underarm hair: Shaved
Pubic hair: Shaved
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Milena Leticia Roucka[1] (born October 25, 1979)[1] is a Canadian professional wrestler and former model of Czech and Costa Rican descent. She is signed to WWE, and works as Rosa Mendes on the WWE SmackDown.

Roucka studied business at the University of British Columbia, but left to pursue a modeling career. She won several competitions, including the 2004 Piel Dorada, and also acted in commercials.

In mid-2006, Roucka participated in the 2006 WWE Diva Search Diva Search]]. Despite finishing fourth, she was hired by WWE, and assigned to train in Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) using the ring name 'Roucka'. On September 19, 2007, Roucka won the OVW Women's Championship, which she held for five months until February 20, 2008. The following month, Roucka transferred to Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), WWE's new developmental territory.

In November 2008, Roucka began appearing on Raw, where she became associated with Beth Phoenix and Santino Marella. The following October, she was moved to the ECW brand and started an on-screen relationship with Zack Ryder, who she began to manage. The pair returned to the Raw brand in February 2010, and Mendes was drafted to SmackDown in April. In November, Mendes won the Queen of FCW title, and held it until February 2011.

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[edit] Modeling and acting career

Roucka studied Business at the University of British Columbia, but dropped out to pursue a career in modeling. In 2004, she won the "Piel Dorada", one of the biggest Latin American based modeling contests, becoming the first North American to win.[2] The following year, she won Hawaiian Tropic's Ms. Indy 500 contest, and acted as a judge at the Hawaiian Tropic Ms. Super Bowl.[3] She also acted in Costa Rican commercials for Trident, Lux soap, and Chrysler throughout 2004.[2][3] She starred in a Bodog.com' commercial in 2005.[3]

She also portrayed Isabel Díaz in Need for Speed: Most Wanted[4]

[edit] World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE

In mid-2006, Roucka participated in the auditions for the third installment of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)'s Diva Search Contest and reached the final eight. Roucka was eliminated on August 17, placing fourth overall in the competition.[2][5] A few days after her elimination, on August 24, WWE signed her to a developmental contract, along with Maryse Ouellet and Amy Zidian, who had both also been eliminated from the competition.[2][6]

[edit] Developmental territories (2006–2011)

Roucka was assigned to Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), WWE's developmental territory. She debuted as a heel (villainous character), using the ring name Roucka, and served as the valet for the Bad Kompany faction, managing the members Mike Kruel, Shawn Osborne and Eddie Craven. In early 2007, she participated in the 'Miss OVW Contest'.[7] She was in the corner of Kruel when he defeated Boris Alexiev to win the OVW Heavyweight Championship in February.[7] She made her in-ring debut on March 24, when she lost to Jennifer Mae.[7] Later that night, she teamed up with Beth Phoenix, Katie Lea and Melody in a losing effort to the team of ODB, Serena, Victoria Crawford, and Maryse.[7] Throughout mid-2007, she competed against wrestlers including Crawford, Phoenix, Lea, and ODB.[7] In June, Roucka unsuccessfully challenged ODB for the OVW Women's Championship.[7] Three months later, on September 19, Roucka won a six-way match to capture the OVW Women's Championship.[7][8] After winning the championship, she began to feud with Lea, defeating her in non-title matches on several occasions.[7] In November, Lea and Atlas DaBone defeated Roucka and Kruel in a mixed tag team match.[7] At the television tapings on December 12, she defeated Lea in a "kiss my foot match" to retain the championship.[7] In January 2008, Lea defeated Roucka in a non-title match.[9] In early February, WWE decided to no longer use OVW as a developmental territory.[9] After holding the championship for five months, Roucka lost it to Lea on February 20.[8][9] Roucka's final OVW appearance was on February 29, where she teamed with Josie in a loss to Melody and Reggie.[9]

In March 2008, she debuted for Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), WWE's new developmental territory, by teaming with Nicole Bella in a loss to Nattie Neidhart and Victoria Crawford.[10] The following month, Roucka began feuding with The Bella Twins, which continued throughout mid-2008.[10] In June, Roucka and Brad Allen defeated Brianna Bella and Lupo Martinez in a mixed tag team match, and in July Roucka and Allen defeated Johnny Curtis and Brianna.[10] This was the beginning of an association with Allen, and Roucka began managing him.[10] In August, she allied herself with Alicia Fox and Daisy and continued to feud with The Bellas, who had joined forces with Tiffany.[10] She continued to compete in FCW throughout the remainder of the year, wrestling against Fox, Daisy, and Miss Angela.[10] In January 2009, Roucka changed her ring name to 'Rosa Mendes', following her debut on Raw under that name.[11] After Angela was crowned the Queen of FCW in February, Mendes immediately began to feud with her over the crown, attacking Angela on several occasions.[11] She teamed with Kaleb O'Neal and Lawrence Knight in a loss to Eric Escobar, Sweet Papi Sanchez and Angela in a six-person mixed tag team match, and later lost to Angela in a singles match.[11] Mendes gained a measure of revenge in a rematch in June, when she defeated Angela.[11] During this time, she had become associated with FCW General Manager Abraham Washington, appearing alongside him on several occasions.[11] Throughout late 2009 and most of 2010, she appeared only sporadically in FCW.[11][12] In November 2010, Mendes unsuccessfully challenged Naomi for the FCW Divas Championship at a house show.[12] Later that month, at the November 25 television tapings, Mendes defeated AJ for the Queen of FCW title.[13] She lost the title to Aksana on February 3, 2011.[14]

[edit] Association with Beth Phoenix (2008–2009)

On the November 24, 2008 episode of Raw, Roucka appeared as a planted fan holding a sign proclaiming she was the then-WWE Women's Champion Beth Phoenix's number one fan. For a few weeks after that she was continually shown in the crowd holding signs supporting Phoenix.[15] On the December 22 episode of Raw Santino Marella introduced her as "Rosa Mendes", and the following week, Mendes jumped from the crowd and attacked the new number one contender, Melina, to help Phoenix during a fight.[16] The next week, Stephanie McMahon declared that Mendes had been banned from WWE events after she attacked Melina again.[17] Mendes evaded the ban, however, by disguising herself as a paparazzo during Melina's entrance and attacked her again.[18] On January 19, on Raw, Marella announced that he had hired Mendes to be his and Phoenix's intern, to which Phoenix agreed a week later.[19][20] On the March 30 episode of Raw, Mendes made her in-ring debut in an 18-Diva tag team match, which her team lost.[21] On April 5, Mendes competed in a Divas battle royal at WrestleMania XXV, but the match was won by Santina Marella.[22] On the June 11 episode of WWE Superstars, Mendes got her first televised win when she teamed with Beth Phoenix against The Bella Twins, and she made her singles debut in a loss to Mickie James on the June 15 episode of Raw.[21][23][24] In August 2009 she began to manage Carlito, with her association with Beth Phoenix being quietly phased out.[25]

[edit] Brand switches and Face turn (2009-2010)

On October 12, 2009, WWE's official website announced that Mendes had been traded from Raw to the ECW brand.[26] She debuted on ECW on the October 20 episode, in a backstage segment with the ECW General Manager, Tiffany.[27] On the November 3 episode of ECW she began a storyline with Zack Ryder, who became infatuated with her, distracting him from his matches.[28][29] On the November 25 episode of ECW, Mendes began a storyline relationship with Ryder, and began managing him.[30][31][32] On the final episode of ECW on February 16, 2010, Ryder and Mendes interfered in the main event match, but Mendes was stopped Tiffany.[33] It was announced on the February 25, 2010 episode of Superstars that Ryder and Mendes had moved to the Raw brand.[34] She made her in-ring return for the brand on the April 5 episode of Raw, when she competed in a Divas Battle Royal to determine the new number one contender for the WWE Divas Championship.[35]

Three weeks later, on April 27, Rosa Mendes was moved to the SmackDown brand as part of the 2010 Supplemental Draft, without Zack Ryder.[36] Despite this, she appeared alongside Zack Ryder on the April 29, 2010 episode of WWE Superstars, as the show was taped before the draft occurred.[37] She was defeated by Beth Phoenix in her first match for the brand on WWE Superstars the following week.[38] In her debut match on SmackDown, she lost to Kelly Kelly.[39] In June 2010, Rosa Mendes requested to join the team of LayCool, who refused her request and instead mocked her.[40] As a result, Rosa Mendes was shown exercising in several backstage segments in an attempt to follow LayCool's advice over the next few months, and even cost Layla a match when she was distracted her by skipping rope at ringside while trying to impress LayCool.[41][42][43] On the September 17th edition of SmackDown, Rosa Mendes turned face when she teamed with Kelly Kelly in a loss to LayCool.[44] Her next appearance on SmackDown was over a month later, when she participated in an eight-Diva Halloween costume competition. A brawl broke out, resulting in an eight-Diva tag team match which Rosa Mendes' team lost, when she was pinned by Kelly Kelly.[45] In late 2010, Rosa Mendes was consigned to backstage segments with various wrestlers, including Kane and Hornswoggle.[46][47] In December 2010, WWE's official website, WWE.com, announced that Rosa Mendes had won a Slammy Award for the Best Use of Exercise Equipment.

[edit] Heel turn and Alliance with Alicia Fox & Tamina (2011-present)

On the June 3rd, 2011 edition of SmackDown, Rosa Mendes turned heel after managing the team of Alicia Fox and Tamina when they defeated AJ and Kaitlyn.[48] On the June 13 All-Star edition of Raw, Rosa Mendes lost a 7 on 7 divas tag team match teaming with fellow heels, The Bella Twins, Melina, Alicia Fox, Maryse and Tamina in a losing effort to Kelly Kelly, Beth Phoenix, Gail Kim, Eve Torres, Natalya, A.J and Kaitlyn. On the June 17, 2011 edition of SmackDown, Rosa Mendes teamed up with Tamina and Alicia Fox, to pick up a victory against the team of Natalya, A.J, and Kaitlyn.[49] On July 15 edition of SmackDown, she lost to the Divas Champion Kelly Kelly, despite being acompanied by Fox. On August 1 edition of Raw, Rosa Mendes competed in a number-one contenders battle royal match for the Divas Championship at SummerSlam which was won by Beth Phoenix. On the August 11, 2011 edition of WWE Superstars, Alicia Fox defeated the heel Tamina to turn face, thus ending any possibility that Fox and Mendes can team up again.

[edit] Personal life

Roucka grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and is of Czech and Costa Rican descent.[2][50] Roucka was a self-described "tomboy" growing up, and was once suspended from school for fighting.[5] She is trained in kickboxing, Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.[6] Roucka cites Trish Stratus as her inspiration in professional wrestling.[6]

Roucka was previously engaged.[50] She has a tattoo of her former fiance's name in Chinese, adorned with wings and a halo, on the right side of her waist.[50] In an interview on September 2, 2009, wrestler Dave Batista said that he had previously dated Roucka.[51]

[edit] In wrestling

[edit] Championships and accomplishments

[edit] References

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