"Revolutionary History: Top 10 WWE Women's Matches"

Alundra Blayze vs. Bull Nakano at SummerSlam '94

This was the first real attempt at seeing through a women's division presented like the men's.

Trish Stratus vs. Lita

RAW Women's Championship Match, December 6, 2004: It was the first time that a "serious" women's match had closed the show, and it didn't feel out of place at all.

Charlotte Flair vs. Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch vs. Bayley - NXT TakeOver, Rival

 This match was a turning point for women's wrestling in WWE, as it showcased the incredible talent and athleticism of female superstars.

Charlotte Flair vs. Sasha Banks - Hell in a Cell 2016

This was the first women's Hell in a Cell match, and it was a huge step forward for women's wrestling in WWE.

Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Ronda Rousey - WrestleMania 35

This was the first time that women had main-evented WrestleMania, WWE's flagship event.

Bayley vs. Sasha Banks — NXT Women's Championship Match, NXT TakeOver Brooklyn:

This match was a classic and helped establish the NXT women's division as a force to be reckoned with.

Trish Stratus vs. Mickie James — Women's Championship Match WrestleMania 22:

 This match was dubbed as the first women's main event in WWE history, and it was a home run.

Charlotte Flair vs. Asuka — SmackDown Women's Championship Match: WrestleMania 34:

 This match was a battle for the ages and showcased the incredible talent of both Flair and Asuka.

Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair — SmackDown Women's Championship Last Woman Standing Match: Evolution:

This match was a brutal and intense affair, and it showcased the incredible toughness and resilience of both Lynch and Flair.

The Inaugural Women's Royal Rumble:

This was the first time that women had their own Royal Rumble match, and it was a historic moment for women's wrestling in WWE