Since the last decade, we have seen a major change in WWE‘s women’s division. And in the revolution, numerous new superstars emerged with the possible potential to become the face of the division. These superstars have also played a crucial role in making women’s wrestling and titles more credible for fans. Hence, let’s take a look at the 10 best female superstars in the history of WWE.
The 10 Best Female Superstars in the history of WWE
10. Alexa Bliss
Alexa Bliss has been like an epitome of brilliance in the promotion for years. She’s a four-time WWE Women’s Champion in addition to her Money in the Bank trimuph. He has also achieved success in the tag division alongside side Nikki Cross and Asuka on different occasions. She’s currently without a proper gimmick in the promotion, but she surely deserves a better booking.
9. Beth Phoenix
WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix is among the most dominant women who ever stepped in the ring. She has a gifted physique in addition to vicious technical abilities. Even after being on the top of numerous charts, Phoenix never actually became the face of the company. Her best match with the promotion was against Melina at One Night Stand 2008.
8. Sasha Banks
Everyone who watches pro wrestling knows how important Sasha Banks is. The Boss always ruled the whole women’s title equation, during her time in WWE. Interestingly, even when she walked out of the promotion, Sasha Banks was holding the tag titles alongside her partner, Naomi. She’s currently a part of New Japan Pro Wrestling.
7. Bianca Belair
The current RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair has been excellent in all the parameters. She’s strong as well as a very agile in-ring athlete. She’s been holding the RAW women’s title for almost 330+ days and she still hasn’t lost the relevance. She has the sheer ability to make any match a banger. She’ll lock horns against Asuka at WrestleMania for the title.
Bayley is WWE’s first-ever women’s Grand Slam champion. She accomplished her peak when she won Raw Women’s Championship, Smackdown Women’s Championship, NXT Women’s Championship and Women’s Tag Team Championship. The former Ms Money in the Bank has also kept the SmackDown Women’s title with her for more than a year. However, her work as a face was better.
WWE had the face of the women’s division as Trish Stratus, but a heel was required and Lita played that character super well. Lita also never faced any complications in finding a connection with the audience. Moreover, superstars such as Becky Lynch, Bayley and more have also revealed how Lita had a huge influence on them while growing up.
Japanese Sensation Asuka is in her own lane. Superstars always try to match her skillset in the ring but it’s not possible for them. She has been associated with pro wrestling for almost two decades. Asuka has worked with numerous superstars and she has always been a fan favourite. The Empress of Tomorrow’s consistency in the ring is a very rare trait as she’s a generational talent.
3. Becky Lynch
One part of the “Four Horsewomen” from NXT, Becky Lynch didn’t taste immediate success in the main roster. She was overlooked as a side character in the women’s division. However, when Becky Lynch emerged as “The Man”, things started working as she wanted. The fans found a very special connection with Becky as she won the Smackdown Women’s Championship and Raw Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 35.
2. Trish Stratus
Trish Stratus gave the women’s division in WWE a new life during the 2000s. It was Trish Stratus who made the Divas credible in eyes of the fans. Before her, female matches were just organized to attract more eyeballs to the promotion. Stratus was also quite confident with her character work. During her career, she acted as a heel as well as a face and got successful with both.
1. Charlotte Flair
Charlotte Flair has everything that it takes to be a WWE Champion. She’s brilliant in every single aspect of pro wrestling. From NXT to RAW and now, SmackDown, she has won almost every title becoming the face of the division. The promotion has always pushed her to the top spot and the Queen has never disappointed the company, not even a single time.