In Spring 1999, on WWF Monday Night Raw at the San Jose arena, wrestler Road Dogg Jesse James challenged Debra's client Jeff Jarrett to a match where, if Road Dogg won, Debra would have to show everyone her "puppies". This marked the birth of the wrestling audience catchphrase cheer, "We want puppies!" whenever Debra arrives ringside. Debra would also use that as a distraction tactic.
Debra married "Stone Cold" Steve Austin in September 2000 in las vegas.
in 1985, on a flight to chicago, Debra met
her eventual first husband's mother, Steve "Mongo" McMichael, and agreed to a blind date with him.
Debra's final appearance for WWE was on the live guest show "WWE Excess".
At the end of 1999, Debra turned down an offer to pose nude in the magazine "Playboy".
Debra's wrestling debut was in August 1996.
Debra was the third runner up for Babe of the Year in 2001.
Debra was absent from WWF for the summer of 2000 but made a full time return in the fall.
At Backlash 2000, Debra acted as Ring Announcer for the World Tag Team Championship match between Edge and Christian versus X-pac and Road dogg.
Debra was made Lt.Commissioner in 2000 by commissioner Mick Foley.
Debra was PWI Woman of the Year for 1999.
Debra won PWI Manager of the Year for 1999.
on may 23rd 1999, her mixed tag match with Jeff Jarrett took place right after owen hart died from falling from the top of the arena.
On may 10th 1999, Debra won the WWE women's title from Sable in an evening gown match despite her being stripped first.
in 1996, Debra joined wcw along with her then husband Steve "mongo" McMichael.
After high school Debra attended Lee Strasberg's Theatre Institute in New York.
Debra was a track runner, cheerleader, and voted homecoming queen in high school.
Debra's billed weight is 121 pounds
Debra once worked as an airline attendant.
Debra was married to professional wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin from 2000-2003.
Debra is 5'5" tall.