Rhaka Khan, also known as Trenesha Biggers, gained fame through her involvement in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. She first entered the world of professional wrestling in 2005 and ultimately ended her career in 2011.
Furthermore, Trenesha gained attention in the media after she took legal action against the well-known WWE wrestler, Dwayne Johnson, also known as The Rock. Here’s everything you should know about her and the legal cases.
Rhaka Khan Quick Facts
Full name: Trenesha Bigger
Famous as: Rhaka Khan
Date of birth: 25 December 1981
Age: 43 years old (in 2024)
Zodiac sign: Capricorn
Place of birth: Champaign, Illinois, USA
Current residence: Urbana, Illinois, USA
Profession: Ex-professional wrestler and model
Who is Rhaka Khan?
Trenesha Biggers was born in Champaign, Illinois, USA on December 25, 1981. During her high school years in Jacksonville, Illinois, she excelled in both basketball and volleyball.
She pursued her athletic interests in college, first at Illinois Central College (2000-2001) and then at the College of Southern Idaho (2001-2002). In 2002, Biggers transferred to Florida State University, where she specialized in volleyball.
In 2005, Rhaka Khan began her career in professional wrestling after participating in the WWE Diva Search. Despite being eliminated in the top 25, World Wrestling Entertainment eventually noticed her and offered her a developmental contract.
She was then assigned to Deep South Wrestling, where she engaged in rivalries with other female wrestlers, including Kristal Marshall, Tracy Taylor, and Michelle McCool.
On May 4th, 2006, WWE terminated her developmental contract, leading her to compete in wrestling matches for multiple independent promotions in both the US and Japan. Throughout her career, she has used several different ring names aside from her well-known alias, Rhaka Khan, including Panther Claw, Naoim Banks, Tigresa Caliente, and Black Barbie.
Additionally, she was seen in lesser-known women’s wrestling organizations like Sleeper Kid’s World and Slammin’ Ladies. On February 10, 2008, Biggers made her debut in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling at the Against All Odds pay-per-view, where she assisted Steiner in securing a victory.
During her time there, she took part in various plotlines such as the Kongtourage, the Beautiful People, and the Main Event Mafia.
In October 2009, Rhaka Khan departed from Total Nonstop Action Wrestling and joined the first season of Lucha Libre USA. Throughout the season, she participated in several matches and backstage segments before making her comeback in the second season. This marked her final appearance in the wrestling world in 2011 when she teamed up with Tigresa Caliente in Lucha Libre USA.
Following her debut, Trenesha Biggers retired from the world of wrestling and moved to New York City. Throughout her 6-year career in professional wrestling, Trenesha Biggers garnered recognition and achieved notable successes, earning herself accolades along the way.
According to the PWI Female 50, Trenesha Biggers was placed at No. 46 in the list of the top 50 female wrestlers in 2008. Before retiring, she reportedly collaborated with numerous brands as a model. Although she began modeling before pursuing wrestling, there is limited information about her modeling ventures available to the public.
Trenesha Biggers and Kurt Angle, both accomplished professional wrestlers, were once romantically involved. On August 15, 2009, Biggers sought a protection from abuse (PFA) order against Angle, resulting in the police removing him from their home. However, Biggers later decided to voluntarily withdraw the PFA.
According to a report on August 24, 2019, Trenesha Biggers was identified as one of the most wanted individuals in El Paso for August 25. She was being sought for charges involving the obstruction of child custody.
After the El Paso Police Department’s statement, a video surfaced on the internet containing a confession from Biggers’ former spouse, Kurt Angle. In the video, he admits to fabricating reports to Child Protective Services and giving false information to the police about her.
According to Biggers, Kurt Angle is currently under probation for an incident in which he supposedly attacked her, causing her to lose consciousness.
Rhaka Khan’s Lawsuit Against Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
Trenesha “Rhaka Khan” Biggers, a former professional wrestler who was involved with TNA and WWE development programs, filed a lawsuit against Johnson and multiple other individuals, claiming they were involved in an alleged abduction.
Biggers’ 2019 arrest for allegations of interfering with child custody and “aggravated kidnapping facilitate” forms the basis for this legal action. She claims that a group of almost 1,000 people worked together to take her children away from her.
Some of the defendants involved in the Dwayne kidnapping case are the FBI, The Las Cruces Police Department in New Mexico, The New York Police Department, and The National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children.
Among the notable individuals mentioned are The Miz, accompanied by his spouse Maryse, Heath Miller, Steve Keirn, Nikki Bella, Billy Corgan, Bank of America, Con Edison, Home Depot, iconic basketball player Michael Jordan, and even the deceased former WWE wrestler, Chris Benoit, who passed away in 2007.
Based on several online sources, it has been determined that American wrestler Rhaka Khan has an estimated net worth of $5 million.