Rena Marlette Lesnar, better known by her stage name Sable, is an actress, model, and former professional wrestler from the United States. She is best known for her time in the WWE. In 1996, she started working for WWE. She gained a lot of popularity as Sable.
Sable made her WWF debut in 1996 as a valet, and the audience couldn’t help but notice Vince McMahon’s new import, who had already realized she was going to be a gem. She was the original WWE Diva because she served the show-off purpose so well, raking in the TV ratings like no one else.
Find out some interesting details about her.
Who is Sable (wrestler), Brock Lesnar’s wife?
Rena ‘Sable’ Marlette Lesnar was born on August 8, 1967, in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. Her zodiac sign is Leo, and she is an American citizen. She is a model, actress, and former professional wrestler who is best known today for being the wife of Brock Lesnar, a well-known American wrestler.
Early life and education
Sable was raised as an only child in Jacksonville by her factory worker father and housewife mother. She became interested in modeling while in elementary school when she and her friends began reading girly magazines together.
Sable started playing softball, riding horses, and doing gymnastics while still in elementary school. At the age of 12, she entered her first beauty pageant, which she won, and she continued to compete in various pageants after that. She graduated from high school in 1985 and worked several jobs to support herself before launching her modeling career in 1990, where she went on to model for brands like Pepsi, Guess, and L’Oreal.
Age & Height
Sable is 53 years old. She is 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall and weighs around 145lbs, with long blonde hair and blue eyes (65kgs).
Her net worth is estimated to be over $10 million as of September 2020, while her husband’s net worth is rumored to be over $28 million.
Rena Marlette Lesnar Aka Sable Is A Model & Wrestler
Her professional wrestling career began in March 1996, when she competed in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) alongside her then-husband Marc Mero against Hunter Hearst Helmsley – Sable served as Marc’s manager before becoming a popular wrestler herself.
Sable began her acting career in 1998, when she appeared in a single episode of the American crime drama “Pacific Blue,” but she chose to focus on her wrestling career instead, despite being featured on the cover of an issue of “Playboy” in April 1999.
She quickly became the WWF Women’s Champion, but she left the company in June 1999 after filing a $110 million lawsuit against it for alleged sexual harassment and “unsafe working conditions” – the two sides reached an out-of-court settlement in August 1999.
Sable made her second appearance on the cover of “Playboy” in September, becoming the first woman to do so, and went on to guest star on shows like “The Howard Stern Show” and “Late Night with Conan O’Brien.”
Sable has also been cast in the TV shows “First Wave” and “Relic Hunter,” as well as the mafia comedy film “Corky Romano.” Sable is also a writer, as her autobiography “Undefeated” was released in August 2000, followed by her comic book “The 10th Muse.”
Sable returned to World Wrestling Entertainment (former WWF) on April 3, 2003, and moved to New Japan Pro Wrestling three years later.
She can also be found in video games like “WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw,” “WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain,” and “WWF Attitude.”
Sable Is Married To Husband Brock Lesnar
Sable met her future first husband, Wayne W. Richardson, at a party in 1981, and the two dated for three years before marrying in 1986 in a private ceremony attended by only their closest friends and family – Sable gave birth to their daughter Mariah not long after the wedding. Wayne struggled with alcohol and died in 1991 after colliding with his car while inebriated.
Marc Mero, a retired professional wrestler, and amateur boxer, was Sable’s second husband when she met him in 1993, and they married a year later.
Sable began dating Brock Lesnar before their divorce was finalized in 2004, and they became engaged in 2005. The engagement was called off, but they re-engaged in January 2006 and married in a private ceremony on May 6, 2006. Sable gave birth to their first son Turk Lesnar on June 3, 2009, and their second son Duke on July 21, 2010.
There are no rumors or controversies surrounding Sable and Brock’s marriage, and they appear to be living happily together in Maryfield, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Hobbies and other interests
Summer is Sable’s favorite season because she enjoys showing off her sculpted body at the beach, as well as sunbathing and swimming in the ocean.
She is an animal lover who prefers cats and has had numerous pets since she was a teenager.
Sable’s main hobby is traveling, and she’s traveled all over the United States for both work and pleasure, as well as to Europe on several occasions, staying in cities such as Barcelona, Venice, and Paris.
Who Is Sable’s Husband Brock Lesnar?
Brock Edward Lesnar was born on July 12, 1977, in Webster, South Dakota, USA. His zodiac sign is Cancer, and he is an American citizen. He is best known for being the eight-time WWE Overall World Champion.
Brock was raised in Webster by his parents, Richard and Stephanie Lesnar, who owned a dairy farm, along with his two older brothers, Chad and Troy. Brock attended Webster High School, where he played football and began wrestling practice. Brock joined the Army National Guard at the age of 17 but was discharged after failing a computer typing test. He worked on construction sites for a while before enrolling at Bismarck State College.
Brock competed in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) in wrestling during his sophomore year, winning the championship, and then transferred to the University of Minnesota, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in 2000.
Soon after graduation, he joined the WWF and stayed for two years before moving to WWE. After several problems with the show’s producers, Brock left WWE in late 2004 and joined the IWGP Heavyweight Championship (Japan), winning it on October 8, 2005.
Brock returned to WWE soon after, eventually becoming the World Heavyweight Champion in 2014 – he announced his retirement from wrestling on August 31, 2020. Brock has appeared in nearly every WWE video game ever made.
Brock also tried football when he was picked up by the Minnesota Vikings on June 11, 2004, but he was unable to demonstrate his true abilities because he broke his jaw, left hand, and strained his groin when he crashed his motorcycle. As a result, he was released from the Vikings.
Brock has appeared on the cover pages of several magazines, including “Muscle & Fitness,” “Flex,” and “City Pages,” despite not being a model. He is a writer who published his autobiography “Death Clutch: My Story of Determination, Domination, and Survival” in 2011, as well as a TV personality who has appeared on “Rome Is Burning,” “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” and “Mike and Mike in the Morning.”