by MPD
Categories: Animals, Sports
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“For the last 3 and a half years, I have been working on a long journey to becoming a Vegan. My first and main reason behind this lifestyle change is the moral and ethical rights of animals. I am speaking up for those who cannot speak for themselves. I am a strong proponent for the humane treatment of animals and am making my stand known by not ingesting any animal products whatsoever. That’s right! No meat, no dairy, no eggs…the list goes on. In short, no animal products or animal by-products.”

- Diva Tiffany, known in the World Wrestling scene as the business assistant to Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) General Manager Theodore Long, has recently made the switch from vegetarian to vegan. To read more about what she has to say about the meat-free diet, check out her blog!

  • Ashley

    Ummmm, you maybe should have picked a photo in which she wasn’t covered in feathers.

  • steph

    DOH! (at the feathers) XD

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    Hopefully she can get the message out to a group who might not normally consider veganism – without the feathers!

  • VeggieTart

    Maybe they’re fake feathers.

    But hey, I would imagine wrestling as a world in which vegetarians are looked at strangely, much less vegans. And considering over 90 percent of animals exploited become food, she’s taken a huge step.

  • RAIN

    good for her :-)

  • Kevin

    Those are acrylic feathers, not real feathers, you can see that on the texture of it.
    Real feathers are NOT that “puffy”.

  • http://elainevigneault.com Elaine Vigneault

    AWESOME!
    I just love it when fighters go vegan. It’s something about that nice combo of loving animals and loving the ring, too :)

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  • Lucy

    That’s great that she’s a Vegan! :)