Missy Hyatt (real name Melissa Hiatt) began her career in Professional Wrestling in 1985 in the World Class Wrestling as a valet for Hollywood John Tatum. She followed him to the Universal Wrestling Federation where she later worked with her then-husband Eddie Gilbert.

Missy gained fame when she moved to World Championship Wrestling in 1990, working as a television commentator and often as a valet.

Her stint in WCW came to an end in 1994 when she was fired by the promotion. Her expulsion came after an incident where at a live event, Missy excitedly jumped up and down on the Ring apron and inadvertently "popped" out of her top. When a photograph of the scene was allegedly taped to a wall at the offices of the parent company of WCW, Missy filed suit for sexual harassment.

Since leaving WCW, Missy has worked as a commentator in the American Wrestling Federation and as a valet for the Sandman and Shane Douglas in Extreme Championship Wrestling.

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Book Description
First came Missy. Then came Sable, Sunny, Chyna. Missy Hyatt was professional wrestling's first character--the original sexy "socialite" sidekick whose trademark Gucci purse and tough-girl attitude made her the most loved--and the most hated--woman in wrestling. Now, fifteen years after she first shimmied up to the ring, Missy Hyatt takes fans inside the world of wrestling. In this tell-all memoir, Missy discloses the behind-the-scenes secrets of table-throwing, chair-smashing, hair-pulling, and the technique of "juicing"--how wrestlers make themselves bleed on cue. Find out about her relationships with Jake the Snake, Wonder Years' Jason Hervey, Hot Stuff Eddie, and many many more.

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