At last you can personally contact Rena herself as she's given permission to display her e-mail address on the site. Fans can e-mail her with fan mail or questions for her if they so choose. While she can't personally reply to all her mail as she gets so much, you can be certain that Rena will read it as she reads all her mail.Also, Rena is currently open to doing interviews with websites and all you have to do is ask her for an interview and there's a good chance she will do it. If she responds to your e-mail, that means she's interested. If you don't get a response, that means she's not interested in your query as that's her way of saying no.For technical issues concerning the website or if you have any pics to send, you should contact the webmaster below at his address.Contact RenaContact Webmaster
Here are some helpful links to some other Rena-related websites and webpages. If you know of another website or webpage concerning Rena that's not listed here, contact the webmaster so he can post the link on this very page.RenaMero.com partially archived on Archive.orgRena Mero's Wikipedia entryRena Mero's Internet Movie Database entryOWOW's Rena Mero subsection featuring pictures and newsSable-Rocks.com (Sable's Sexy World)
- A fansite on SableRedHotDivas.com's Sable page
- Some pictures of RenaObsessedWithWrestling.com's Sable page
- Pics and historyLethalwow.com's Sable page
- Pics and career historyWWE.com's Sable Women's Championship synopsis pageWrestlingMuseum.com's Sable page
- Career history and picsRena's Interview With Wrestlemag.comRena's Interview With Gerweck.netRena's Interview With BarbaricWrestling.com
Rena Mero (born as Rena Greek) was born in Jacksonville, Florida and she is the second oldest of four children. Rena didn't grow up with much but her mother did as much as she could for her family to get by.While Rena was a child, she demonstrated a considerable interest in sports and athletics. She participated in softball, horseback riding, cheerleading and weightlifting as a child in Florida. All the exercise kept her in peak physical condition and so thus it naturally lead Rena into the world of modeling. She modeled for six years for clients such as Guess Jeans, Bongo, Pepsi and L'Oreal.In 1994, Rena married professional wrestler Marc Mero, who was known as Johnny B. Badd in World Championship Wrestling. In early-1996, Marc Mero's contract was up with WCW and he made the trek up north to the World Wrestling Federation in the midst of the heated Monday Night Wars. When Mero went to sign his contract up at Titan Towers in Connecticut, be brought his lovely wife Rena along with him. Upon seeing her, WWE chairman Vince McMahon was so impressed with Rena that he offered her a contract as well. McMahon thought that someone as beautiful as her should be on television. Rena signed on the dotted line and she was a WWF Superstar along with her husband. "Sable" was born. After Marc Mero came to her rescue at Wrestlemania, Sable officially became his manager the night after Wrestlemania on "WWF Monday Night Raw." In the ongoing months, Sable would manage "The Wildman" as he climbed the ladder in the World Wrestling Federation. All there hardwork would come to fruition as Marc Mero defeated Faarooq Asad (Ron Simmons) in the finals of a tournament to crown a new WWF Intercontinental Champion in September of 1996. Marc would dedicate his title victory in honor of his inspiration, Sable.Unfortunately, what goes up must come down and Marc subsequently lost his belt to Hunter Hearst Helmsley the very next month in October 1996 when "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig turned on Mero. And the bad news wasn't over as Marc suffered a serious knee injury in early-1997 that put him out of action for several months.In the midst of Mero's absence, Sable became a model for WWF merchandise as a way to keep her on television while Mero sat on the sidelines. Sable also won two trophies at the 1997 Slammy Awards; "Dressed To Kill" and "Miss Slammy." Sable wore a very revealing bikini to win the latter award. You can pinpoint the 1997 Slammies as to when Sable's popularity really started to sky-rocket. Marc Mero returned to action in the latter portion of 1997 with a new look and a new attitude. Mero seemed frustrated at the attention Sable received and began using dirty tactics in the ring. It seemed quite obvious that Mero was jealous of Sable's booming popularity and he treated her badly. One night, professional boxer Butterbean waved at Sable and this drove Mero nuts. Mero made a challenge to the boxer, and the two later faced off.Sable and Marc Mero would co-exist in order join up with "The Artist Formerly Known As Goldust" and Luna. Luna and Sable did not get along at all. For several weeks, Sable and Luna got into brawls that cost Mero and Goldust matches. After one brawl, Mero and Goldust turned against each other. At WrestleMania XIV, Mero and Sable defeated Luna and Goldust in a mixed tag team match. Sable got the pinfall on Luna.