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Former WWE Star Eva Marie Revisits Her Chillingly Gorgeous Venom Cosplay

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Former WWE star Eva Marie celebrated Halloween this year by revisiting her incredible Venom cosplay from 2020.

The wrestler turned actor posted a Halloween-themed TikTok video of herself half-painted as the infamous anti-hero and sometimes nemesis of Spider-Man. With makeup designed by Kat Luve, Marie is filmed two-faced with Venom’s devilish smiling face and the symbiote painted as if it’s consuming her body. The video features Marie in a scary but hypnotic trance while featuring her Venom-themed sharp gloved hand. Marie initially shared a simple photo of her Venom cosplay back on Oct. 31, 2020.

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Real name Natalie Eva Marie, Eva Marie’s WWE career began in 2013 after she impressed talent scouts during a casting call. Marie was quickly pushed to WWE programming when she was featured in the reality show Total Divas for seven seasons and was called to the main WWE roster after two weeks of in-ring training. She made her debut on WWE Raw in July 2013 for a backstage segment alongside the cast of Total Divas.

Known for her bright long red hair and supermodel looks, Marie was initially booked as a heel in a high-profile feud with AJ Lee and briefly, tag-teamed with Natalya Neidhart for a time. After two years on the main roster, Marie was moved to the NXT roster where she went on an impressive winning streak, defeating the likes of Billie Kay, Carmella and Liv Morgan. She was moved back to the main roster in 2016, with the gimmick of using unfortunate accidents to avoid in-ring competition.

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Marie left WWE in 2017 to pursue a film career, playing supporting roles in Inconceivable with Nicholas Cage and Hard Kill with Bruce Willis. Additionally, Marie took part in the reality shows Celebrity Big Brother and American Ninja Warrior Junior. Marie re-signed with WWE in October 2020 before making her on-screen return in May 2021.

She returned with the gimmick of a proven celebrity looking to help other women achieve success on the main roster. Marie was paired with Piper Niven, whom she re-named “Doudrop.” Marie would neglect Doudrop anytime they won a tag team match. The pair eventually broke up and Doudrop gained several singles victories over Marie. In November 2021, Marie was released by WWE.

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