Amy Marie Weber
Ring Names Amy Weber
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Weight 122 lbs (55 kg)
Born July 2, 1980
Mapleton, Illinois
Resides Los Angeles, California
Billed Mapleton, Illinois
Trained by Fit Finlay
Debut November 18, 2004
Retired February 7, 2005 (Quit)

Amy Weber is a former WWE Diva and a 2004 Diva Search contestant on the SmackDown brand. She is best known playing John "Bradshaw" Layfield's image consultant in The Cabinet and her feud with fellow Diva Search contestant Joy Giovanni. She resigned from WWE in February 2005 after the Japan tour because of her allegations of harassment from some of the wrestlers. BiographyEdit

Amy was a finalist in the $250,000 RAW Diva Search.

She later returned to SmackDown! to serve as the Image Consultant in JBL's ever-growing Cabinet.

Amy has had an extensive career as a model and actress, appearing in soap operas, sitcoms and music videos, as well as appearing on various magazine covers.


A number of rumors have circulated as to why Amy abruptly left the WWE in February 2005 until she set the record straight. Weber suffered an injury earlier in the week while practicing for a match. She was in much pain on the way home, so she asked for a trainer to assist her. Two wrestlers approached her and made fun of her for needing assistance, after all they have to go through to get to where they were. Then she decided to spread out and lay down over an entire row of seats which was no big deal because there was plenty of room on the plane, but when she did, two wrestlers poured a bloody mary on her. This physical abuse apparently is what really upset Weber. As reported earlier, JBL, was one of the wrestler's who was ribbing Weber about the stripclub flyer, but has since apologized to her about the incident. After reaching Alaska, Weber bought her own ticket for the rest of the way home, because she was so upset about the flight from Japan. She later stated that she "wasn't happy with the pay and I wasn't happy with the 'frat house' like environment".

In wrestlingEdit

Wrestlers ManagedEdit

  • John "Bradshaw" Layfield
  • Orlando Jordan
  • Danny Basham
  • Doug Basham

Theme musicEdit

  • "Body Talk" - production theme