Elizabeth Huelette (December 19, 1960 - May 1, 2003), better known in the professional wrestling world as Miss Elizabeth or "The First lady of Wrestling", was a WWE figure and, for a short time, female wrestler. Miss Elizabeth gained fame during the late 1980s.
She sustained relationships with wrestlers Randy Savage, Lex Luger and, for a short period, Hulk Hogan. Huelette and Savage were "married" in a nationally televised ceremony in 1991, though they had actually been married since 1985 (they split in 1992). She was also Savage's manager. When Huelette began her professional wrestling career, the WWE was known as WWF.
On May 1 of 2003, her companion, Luger, called the 911 emergency services and said Huelette was not breathing. The 911 operator told him to give her mouth to mouth resucitation but she did not respond. Paramedics rushed her to a hospital, where she was declared dead.
Police launched an investigation, because two weeks prior to her death, they had arrested Luger on charges of domestic violence. They arrested Luger, but have not charged him with anything yet. Luger was released after posting bail.
Police found pills from the drugs named Hydrocodone and Xanax, as well as anabolic steroids, testosterone and sazien in the home Luger and Huelette shared. They have refused to speculate about Huelette's cause of death.