10 Best Valets in WWE History
They were influential in making the wrestler they managed to shine bright either as a heel or a babyface.
A valet means a female manager in a wrestling. The manager of a superstars plays the role of either being a mouthpiece of the performer or the one in charge of the performer. Usually a manager is used for having better mic skills or because their alliance will enhance the character of the performer they’re managing.
A great manager can really bring the character across in the best way possible and make it look entertaining. Their ringside antics, trash talking and sometimes physical altercations can make a match go from good to great.
Here are the 10 best female managers or valets till date in the WWE-
#1 Sensational Sherri Martel
Possibly, the standard bearer for a heel valet. Sensational Sherri Martel’s managerial skills belongs in the elite list which has Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan, Paul Heyman and Paul Bearer. Neither was Sherri a damsel in distress nor one to shy away from an altercation. If needed, she would interfere on behalf of the wrestler she was managing.
She managed Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage’ and helped make HBK’s singles’ career great (the influence of that partnership still rings true in his entrance theme). Her heat garnering tactics helped make both men memorable heels.
Her aura, the painted face, her promos with its perfect crescendos and sotto voce plus the scream made her a really sensational character