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Victoria Crawford
Ring name(s) Alicia Fox[1]
Victoria Crawford[1]
Billed height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)[1]
Billed weight 129 lb (59 kg)[2]
Born June 30, 1986 (1986-06-30) (age 23)[1]
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, US[1]
Resides Tampa, Florida, US
Billed from Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida[2]
Trained by OVW Staff[1]
FCW Staff[1]
Debut July 1, 2006[1][3]

Victoria Crawford[1] (born June 30, 1986)[1] is an American model and professional wrestler best known by her ring name Alicia Fox. She is currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment working on the Raw brand. She is also currently training at their developmental facility Florida Championship Wrestling.[1]


World Wrestling Entertainment


Developmental territories (2006–2008)

In 2006 Crawford signed a developmental contract with WWE and was later assigned to Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW).[1] She debuted on July 1, 2006, as a special guest referee in a match between Shelly Martinez and ODB.[3] It was not until September 6 that she made her in-ring debut, under the new name Tori, in a OVW Ladies Battle Royal which she ultimately lost when she was thrown over the top rope by ODB.[4] On October 20[1] or November 20,[5] Crawford captured the OVW Women's Championship at a house show but the title was not recognized and thus lost it the next day to Beth Phoenix.[1][5] In the spring of 2007, she competed in the first ever "Miss OVW" contest won by ODB, during the contest Crawford helped ODB with the competition. Later in the summer, she competed in the "DivaLympics" which lasted throughout the summer.[1] Crawford continued to perform in OVW until February 21, 2008, when WWE severed ties with the promotion.[1]

Crawford debuted for Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) on September 2, 2007, participating in a best body contest.[6] Her in ring debut came on September 25, where she and Nattie Neidhart defeated The Bella Twins (Nicole and Brianna).[7] She competed routinely in FCW afterwards, most often competing against either of, or both of the Bella Twins,Miss Angela, Tiffany, Roucka, and Wesley Holliday.[1] She competed in the Queen of FCW tournament, defeating Jenny Cash and Tiffany en route to the final, where she lost to Angela.[8][9][10]

Main roster (2008–present)

Crawford debuted on the June 13, 2008 edition of SmackDown in a backstage segment with Vickie Guerrero, which saw her introduced as Guerrero and Edge's wedding planner, Alicia Fox.[11] During their wedding reception on the July 18 edition of SmackDown, Triple H revealed Edge kissing Fox the day before the wedding on camera.[12] Fox involved herself in the WWE Championship match at The Great American Bash when she attempted to help Edge, but she was stopped by Guerrero.[13] The confusion surrounding her interference caused Edge to accidentally spear Guerrero.[14] After this storyline was over, Fox returned to FCW.

After a three month hiatus from WWE television, Fox resurfaced on the November 18 episode of ECW managing DJ Gabriel, in a fan favorite role.[15] She made her in ring debut on the January 6, 2009 edition of ECW, in a loss to Katie Lea Burchill.[16] On the January 13 episode of ECW, Gabriel and Fox defeated Paul and Katie Lea Burchill, in a mixed tag team match, giving Fox her first win.[17] On April 5, 2009 Fox competed in the 25 Divas battle royal at WrestleMania XXV, which was won by Santina Marella.[18]

On April 15, 2009, Fox returned to the SmackDown brand as a part of the 2009 Supplemental Draft.[19] Fox made her in-ring debut as a SmackDown diva as a heel on the April 30 episode of WWE Superstars, teaming with Michelle McCool to defeat Maria and Gail Kim.[20] She was in the corner of McCool when she won the Women's Championship at The Bash.[21] On June 29, 2009 it was revealed that Fox had been traded to the Raw brand.[22] One week after, she made her Raw debut in a tag team match teaming with Maryse against Gail Kim and Mickie James in a losing effort when Kim pinned Maryse.[21] On the July 20 episode of Raw, Fox picked up her first pinfall victory teaming with Rosa Mendes to defeat Kelly Kelly and Kim in a "Legs match". On the August 24 episode of Raw, Fox picked up her second pinfall victory over Mickie James in a six diva tag match. Three weeks later on the September 14 episode of Raw, she defeated Kim to become the number one contender to the WWE Divas Championship. She received a match for the championship at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view on October 4, but was unsuccessful.[23] She became the number one contender to the Divas Championship again on the November 2 episode of Raw, by winning a battle royal. She challenged Melina the following week for the championship, but was unsuccessful. On January 11, 2010 episode of Raw Alicia Fox defeated Kelly Kelly in a first round tournament match for the vacant Divas Championship. However, she was defeated by Gail Kim in the semi-finals of the Divas Championship tournament.

In wrestling

Fox in a Santa's Little Helpers match in December 2009.

Championships and accomplishments

1After the title was vacated, Crawford's reign was stricken from the promotion's records.


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