Wendy Barlow is a Canadian personality who has retired from the All-American tennis player and coaching field. She stretched her passion for professional tennis players for at least 6 years and then started working for WWE. She has competed in a few tennis matches including Wimbledon which was inducted into the Greater Victoria Sports Hall of Fame and The Championships.
Wendy Barlow was born on May 7, 1960 and has been living in her early 60s as of 2022. She is the daughter of a famous player named Bob Barlow. Bob Barlow was in 77 NHL games and had a career with the Minnesota North Stars. He also played 51 WHA games with the Phoenix Roadrunners, scoring a record 26 points.
Wendy Barlow’s career
Wendy started acting at the age of 10. From a young age, she participated in the Victoria (British Columbia) Parks program while working on her skills. She won the Canadian Junior Tennis Championship title in several years and competed in both singles and doubles.
In 1973, partnering her only sister Lori, she won the girls 14 doubles title. The following year, she again won the title of Girls ’14 Singles and Girls ’14 Doubles. At the age of 16 in 1976, she was ranked #3 in Canada. In the following years, in 1977 and 1978, Wendy was Canada’s junior tennis champion in the girls’ 18 individual category and placed 12th overall internationally in the girls’ 18 individual category.
Barlow was ranked an All-American player at Brigham Young University in 1978. She competed in the 1978 Wimbledon tennis tournament, thereby beating America’s two sets. Later in 1980 she won the Canadian National Championship and became number one in Canada. She represented Canada in three Federation Cup games, becoming captain of one of Canada’s Federation Cup teams in 1987. Her career boasts a WTA record of one win and eight losses.
Barlow is a mother of four children. She appeared on WCW in 1993 and was subsequently fired from the position. After the release, she left wrestling. In addition, she became part of the film The Joneses in 2009. She also appeared as a guest on the World Wrestling Insanity podcast in 2011. There, at the event, she explained how she remains busy managing Flair’s sons at the independent circuit. In addition to all of these positions, Wendy Barlow also appeared in one of the episodes of Celebrity Wife Swap in 2013. She performed alongside her then-husband, Flair. The show also featured legendary wrestler Rowdy Roddy Piper and his wife Kitty at the time.
Biography of Wendy Barlow
|Real name||Wendy Barlow|
|date of birth||March 7, 1960|
|Age (as of 2022)||61 years|
|place of birth||Victoria, Canada|
|height||in feet inches – 5′ 7” – in centimeters – 170 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 64kg – in pounds – 141 pounds|
|Hair color||dark brown|
|eye color||light brown|
Wendy Barlow Family
|Husband||Ric Flair (m. 2018–2022)|
Flair and Wendy met at WCW in 1993 when she joined WCW. She appeared as his maid under the ring name “Fifi the French Maid”. She also appeared on the talk show Flair for the Gold. The pair began dating immediately after they first met in 1993. They were spotted at several events together and eventually announced their engagement in 2016. Ric Flair was married five times before dating Wendy. It was unfortunate that none of his marriages worked out for him before he met Wendy. Ric Flair, who is now 72, recently announced his split from his wife Wendy.
The couple announced their split on social media on January 31, 2022 (Monday). On the other hand, Flair and Wendy revealed that they were never legally married to each other. The couple recently posted a heartbroken message on social media, leaving their fans amazed at the news.
The couple wed in September 2018 in a small ceremony on the rooftop of the Pearl Hotel in Rosemary Beach, Florida. Wendy Barlow confirmed they were never legally married. They did not have a marriage certificate together, which was proof of their marriage. She also revealed that both have been separated for six months and have now decided to part ways.
Wendy Barlow Net Worth
It is certain that Wendy Barlow makes good money due to her previous tennis career, commercial fortune, appearances in films and connection to WCW. Along with Ric Flair, the pair are reported to have a combined net worth of nearly $4 million.