Sheldon Souray, the 6′ 4″ defenseman for the Anaheim Ducks is dating former WWE Diva, Kelly Kelly. [@The Barbie Blank] Born and raised in Mid-Southern Upstate New York, Stephen holds a master's degree in public communications.
His death was ruled an accidental overdose of oxycodone by a coroner.It might seem like an intimidating lifestyle, but these women have found a way to make it work—and luckily, they're sharing their top rules for becoming and, more importantly, RULE #1: Be Cool Even though athletes are cheered, worshiped and revered for their skills on the field or court, they're all just human beings at the end of the day. "He's like, 'Your swag is unreal and it just really keeps me on your ass. You're the coolest person I know.'"Autumn is quick to agree with Nicole's man. They love that."RULE #2: Trust Your Relationship Similar to the first rule, you have to be secure within yourself if you're ever going to be secure in a relationship with a pro athlete. "Trust yourself and trust your heart and just make sure you're loving them or liking them for the right reasons."Don't treat them like they're a big somebody because we're all somebodies," Sophia says. I would just say, be cool."In fact, Nicole confesses her "cool" demeanor is what keeps her boyfriend, football player Larry English, always coming back for more. "She would come to the games when we first saw her in San Diego and we were all like, 'Oh my god! '"Nicole explains, "It's just a personality you have to have. Being married to or dating a professional athlete is very hard.Barbie Blanks, former WWE Diva and fiancé to hockey star, Sheldon Souray, has mastered the art of manhandling beef with class.Despite her on-air confrontations, the entertainer born Barbara Jean wears a happy demeanor like Dri-Fit. Barbie Blank: I came from the world of WWE and entertaining at such a young age, at 19 years old, from a wrestling standpoint.Even after being called up to WWE's main roster, she continued to fly back and forth to OVW's base of Louisville, Kentucky once a week to work shows; first as a ring announcer and referee, then as a wrestler.