United States
5 ft 6 in (168 cm)
135 lb (61 kg)
Date of Birth
April 14, 1975


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Born as Amy Dumas on April 14, 1975, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the wrestler known as Lita has been a pioneering figure in women’s wrestling. Known for her fiery red hair and daredevil in-ring style, Lita broke barriers and changed perceptions about women in the wrestling industry.

Career History and Evolution

Dumas began her professional wrestling career in Mexico, learning the luchadora style, before transitioning to the United States where she first gained attention in ECW. She joined the World Wrestling Federation (now WWE) in 1999, initially paired with the light heavyweight Essa Rios. However, her career took off when she joined forces with The Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff Hardy) to form Team Xtreme.
Lita was known for her high-risk maneuvers, a departure from the typical women’s wrestling style of her era. Over time, she evolved from a valet and high-flying sidekick to a standout singles competitor.

Titles and Achievements

Lita is a four-time WWE Women’s Champion, with her reigns highlighting some of the most significant periods in the evolution of women’s wrestling. Lita was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014, a testament to her contributions to the industry.

Biggest Matches and Rivalries

Lita’s most iconic rivalries were against Trish Stratus and Stephanie McMahon, with whom she had numerous memorable matches. Her match against Trish Stratus on the December 6, 2004, episode of Raw, where she won her second Women’s Championship, was the first time a women’s match was the main event of WWE’s flagship show.

Tag Team Partners

While Lita is best known for her singles competition, her time with Team Xtreme, alongside The Hardy Boyz, was a significant part of her early WWE career. Their high-flying, risk-taking style made them fan favorites and a formidable team.

Family Life

Amy Dumas has been notably private about her personal life. She has never been married and does not have any children. Outside the ring, Dumas is known for her love of music and her dedication to animal welfare.

Finishing Move

Lita’s finishing move, the Litasault (a moonsault), was a daring high-risk maneuver that showcased her athleticism and fearlessness. Her other signature moves included the Twist of Fate, which was borrowed from The Hardy Boyz, and the DDT.

Clothing and Entrance Music

Lita’s ring attire was a reflection of her punk-rock aesthetic. She typically wore cargo pants and a crop top, setting her apart from many of her contemporaries. Her entrance theme, “Lovefurypassionenergy” by the band Boy Hits Car, matched her intense and rebellious persona.
Lita’s impact on professional wrestling is undeniable. She was a trailblazer in the industry, pushing boundaries and changing perceptions of what women’s wrestling could be. Her legacy is one of daring, determination, and breaking down barriers.