Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/4/14

Jenn Sterger is a WWE Diva prospect and recently partook in a month-long training program. Sterger, in case you forgot, gained notoriety as one of the Florida State “Cowgirls” who was mentioned on TV by Brent Musburger during a 2005 Florida State football game. The attractive young lady parlayed the fame into some modeling work and eventually TV hosting gigs, which led to her involvement in the Brett Favre sexting scandal. Wrestling Inc. noted last week that Sterger is one of a group of prospects who trained in a WWE Diva developmental program. The program appeared to begin mid-February, and it seems to have ended last week, based on a tweet from model Olivia Karpinski, who was cut. Sterger appears to be a wrestling fan, because she is one of the co-hosts on the new wrestling podcast Steel Chair Slamcast. Last week, Sterger even tweeted a photo of herself with the other Diva prospects after they were visited by Eve Torres: You know what makes a picture of beautiful women even better? A special appearance by @evemarietorres. #wwe twitter.com/jennifersterge… — Jenn Sterger (@jennifersterger) March 14, 2013 Fellow prospect CJ Perry tweeted this picture of her together with Sterger, that also confirms the training camp: Love @jennifersterger and the whole @wwe experience !!! thank you #wwe #diva excited about #WrestleMania #raw twitter.com/cjperrydances/… — CJ Perry (@cjperrydances) March 19, 2013 Sterger has had a diverse career since gaining notoriety. She has plenty of hosting experience and would probably do quite well as a diva. Related posts: Jenn Sterger’s Dad, Leo Sterger, Wants to Hurt Brett Favre Jenn Sterger Will Keep Quiet if Brett Favre Pays Her Off Jenn Sterger’s The Daily Line Show Reportedly Getting Axed by Versus

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