Female wrestlers in WWE have fashioned a success story worthy of all acclaim throughout the years. They’ve shown incredible power, high-flying movements, and superb mic abilities. From the greats of the past like The Glorious Mae Young and The Fabulous Moolah to the current roster’s young guns like Rhea Ripley, Toni Storm, and Liv Morgan, the list goes on. WWE’s female superstars have earned the right to steal the show. The reaction they receive from the WWE Universe is unparalleled.
Chyna, a WWE Hall of Famer, was one of the most dominating and vicious female wrestlers to ever enter the squared circle. The Ninth Wonder of the World, along with Shawn Michaels and Triple H, was a founding member of D-Generation X. Her achievement as a singles contender is deserving of every accolade. She is the first female wrestler to compete in both the Men’s Royal Rumble and the King of the Ring Tournament.
Chyna is also the first female superstar to have won the prized Intercontinental Championship twice, once by defeating Jeff Jarrett and once by sharing the championship with Chris Jericho. She also defeated Ivory to win her first WWE Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 17.
This article delves into the top five female wrestlers in WWE history.
WWE Hall of Famer – Trish Stratus
Trish Stratus, a WWE Hall of Famer Female Wrestler, has been one of the most popular and talented superstars in the squared circle. In her decade-long career, the Canadian star has accomplished accomplishments unparalleled. She was a seven-time WWE Women’s Champion and a former Hardcore Champion. Her feuds with Victoria, Molly Holly, Torrie Wilson, and Lita were legendary. Trish Stratus was acknowledged as one of the best female superstars on the red brand at RAW’s 25th anniversary in 2018.
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WWE Hall of Famer – Lita
In her decade-long career, the Canadian star has accomplished accomplishments unparalleled. LITA (Female Wrestler) was a seven-time WWE Women’s Champion and a former Hardcore Champion. Her feuds with Victoria, Molly Holly, Torrie Wilson, and Lita were legendary. Trish Stratus was acknowledged as one of the best female superstars on the red brand at RAW’s 25th anniversary in 2018.
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WWE Superstar – Sasha Banks
Sasha Banks (Female Wrestler) is one of the most skilled performers in the ring and on the mic right now. The former WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion and six-time World Champion has made multiple opponents, including Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Bayley, and Alexa Bliss, submit to The Bank Statement. Because of her popularity, she was named Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s Woman of the Year in 2015.
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WWE Superstar – Charlotte Flair
Charlotte Flair is the genuine WWE Queen. Whether she is a heel or a babyface, her popularity has remained steady. The current SmackDown Women’s Champion is on her sixth reign, a record. With her in-ring agility and raw power, she has defeated innumerable opponents. Charlotte was at the vanguard of the Women’s Revolution in 2016 when she defeated Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch at WrestleMania 32 to win the first WWE Women’s Champion.
Charlotte Flair is the undisputed WWE Queen. Whether she’s playing a heel or a babyface, her appeal has remained steady. The current SmackDown Women’s Champion is on her sixth reign. With her in-ring agility and physical power, she has dispatched a slew of opponents. Charlotte was at the vanguard of the Women’s Revolution in 2016 when she defeated Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch to win the first WWE Women’s Champion at WrestleMania 32.
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WWE Superstar – Becky Lynch
Becky Lynch (Female Wrestler) has the best reception from the WWE Universe. The Man has crushed a slew of opponents, the most recent of whom being Charlotte Flair at the just-ended WWE Survivor Series. The former Royal Rumble victor is in her second reign as RAW Women’s Champion, having previously held the SmackDown Women’s Championship four times. Her popularity has grown so much that she was named Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s Most Popular Wrestler in 2019. Becky has also been named Woman of the Year by the same publication in 2018 and 2019.
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