The Diva simply known as Jacqueline is the newest inductee into this year's WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2016.
Known for her aggressive in-ring, martial art-based fighting style, native-born Texan Jacqueline Moore trained under Skandor Akbar, being the only female in her class. She is mostly known for her two primary roles in the company as performer and mentor, winning the WWE Women's Championship twice and later serving as a trainer in for the competition series Tough Enough. She also won the Cruiserweight Championship from Chavo Guerrero at an open challenge.
Moore also competed and managed in rival promotion TNA Wrestling for a brief time as Ms. Tennessee and Jackie, but never managed to capture their women's division title.
Jacqueline was part of the trailblazing Attitude Era in the WWE as part of Pretty Mean Sisters (yes, they were called PMS for short). Her victory over Sable for her first Women's Championship made her the first African-American Women's Champ.
Congratulations, Jacqueline on your induction. No word yet on who will induct her.