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When it was finally time for Lauper and Albano to settle their differences in the ring, a match-up was scheduled with Albano representing Moolah against the challenge of Lauper's protégé, Wendi Richter.
Moolah lost the title at The Brawl to End It All, broadcast live on MTV.
Later on as part of a short talent exchange with All Japan Women's Pro Wrestling, various Japanese female wrestlers including Aja Kong debuted leading to the second elimination match at the Survivor Series 1995 event.
Sunny (Tammy Sytch) debuted in 1995 as the manager of The Bodydonnas.
Meanwhile, Savage became allied with "Sensational" Sherri, who had success as a wrestler from 1987–1989 and was phased into a role as an ill-tempered, venomous valet.
Sherri initially debuted on July 24, 1987 by defeating The Fabulous Moolah for the WWF Women's Championship.
She also figured prominently in Savage's 1986 feuds with Hulk Hogan and Ricky "the Dragon" Steamboat and his 1987–1989 feuds with wrestlers such as The Honky Tonk Man, Andre the Giant, Bad News Brown, Big Boss Man and Akeem.
When Savage—who had formed an alliance with Hogan—turned on Hogan in early 1989, Elizabeth was a major factor, and she eventually sided with Hogan.
When the WWF phased out its female-talent roster in 1990, Sensational Sherri remained with the company, joining Sapphire (who then departed from the company in mid 1990) and Miss Elizabeth focusing on managing male wrestlers.
Sapphire began to manage Rhodes, who adapted Rhodes' gimmick as she adorned black outfits with yellow polka dots.
Sapphire and Rhodes later feuded with Randy Savage and Sensational Sherri and wrestled in a tag team match at Wrestle Mania VI.
Richter then lost the title to Leilani Kai the following year, but won it back at Wrestle Mania I on March 31, 1985.
In the summer of 1985, the WWF did a storyline where all established managers in the promotion competed to offer their services to Randy Savage.
after losing several rematches, Martel took a short leave of absence in early 1989 before being repackaged as Savage's valet.