The Best Current Female Wrestlers in the WWE

Over 6.8K Ranker voters have come together to rank this list of The Best Current Female Wrestlers in the WWE
Voting Rules
Vote up the best, toughest, and roughest female WWE wrestlers from Raw and Smackdown (excluding those in NXT).
Latest additions: Alexa Bliss
Recently, Io Shirai fell out of the top 10, replaced by Natalya
Most divisive: Ronda Rousey

The best female WWE wrestlers are some of the toughest, strongest, and baddest ladies around right now. In fact, they might just bring as much attention to the world of wrestling as the big men do. While they may no longer be referred to as the WWE's "divas", these famous female wrestlers are are both striking and scary—and they certainly bring it in the ring. 

Of course, women wrestlers are nothing new. They've been stomping around the ring and bringing excitement since the early days of WWF and there's been no slowing down. In short, the evolution of female wrestlers has been interesting, and today's top female WWE wrestlers are some of the best of all time. From female wrestling champion Alexa Bliss to former MMA fighter Ronda Rousey, you wouldn't want to mess with these badass chicks.

Of all the current female WWE wrestlers, who do you think is the best? Check out the list of women wrestlers below and vote up your top choices.

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  • Becky Lynch
    3,916 votes

    Coming straight from the Emerald Isle, Becky Lynch's ascent to WWE superstardom is nothing short of impressive. A master of several wrestling styles, including catch-as-catch-can, high-flying, and hard-hitting brawling, this "Irish Lass-Kicker" has steamrolled her competition on her way to winning multiple championships, most notably the Raw and Smackdown Women's Championship. Some of her most storied rivalries include unforgettable clashes with Sasha Banks and Charlotte Flair, as well as an iconic victory over Ronda Rousey in the main event of Wrestlemania 35 to capture both the Raw and SmackDown Women's Championships, cementing her status as "The Man."

  • Alexa Bliss
    3,208 votes

    Alexa Bliss has left an indelible mark on WWE since her debut, establishing herself as one of the undisputed top female wrestlers in the company today. With a background in gymnastics coupled with a natural talent for telling stories in the ring, "Little Miss Bliss" has a penchant for turning heads and racking up titles, having been both Raw and SmackDown Women's Champion on multiple occasions. However, her most chilling work to date has been alongside "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt, transforming into a darker, more sinister character that has captivated audiences. With classic rivalries against the likes of Nia Jax and Sasha Banks, Bliss has continually proven she's a force to be reckoned with.

  • Liv Morgan
    2,519 votes

    Liv Morgan may have started as a mere rookie, but her meteoric rise to prominence in WWE's women's division has been nothing short of breathtaking. With an energetic and bubbly in-ring style, combined with a fiery determination, Morgan etched her name into the annals of WWE history remarkably early in her career. Her feud with Ruby Riott has pushed her to the limit, resulting in some of the most emotionally-charged matches to date. Though her list of accolades is still growing, Morgan has already cemented her legacy as a one of a kind champion.

  • Asuka
    3,316 votes


    Straight from the Land of the Rising Sun, Asuka is a Japanese sensation that has mesmerized WWE fans with her unique, hard-hitting wrestling style and unparalleled charisma. This fearsome "Empress of Tomorrow" wields an extensive arsenal of deadly submission holds and devastating strikes, making her one of the most dangerous competitors in the ring today. Her two reigns as Raw Women's Champion, as well as her historic victory in the first-ever Women's Royal Rumble, have cemented her place among the greats. Classic bouts with Ember Moon and Charlotte Flair exemplify Asuka's elite status within the squared circle.

  • Charlotte Flair
    3,459 votes

    Charlotte Flair, "The Queen" is undeniably one of the most dominant female wrestlers in WWE history. The daughter of wrestling legend Ric Flair, Ashley has carved out her own legacy with an exquisite mix of technical mastery, brute strength, and undeniable flair. With numerous championship reigns, including a record-tying 12-time Women's Champion, Flair stands tall among her contemporaries. Epic encounters against Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, and Asuka have demonstrated her extraordinary ability to deliver time and time again in high-pressure situations.

  • Rhea Ripley
    990 votes

    Rhea Ripley

    Hailing from Adelaide, Australia, Rhea Ripley is a powerhouse who has taken WWE by storm with her aggressive, no-nonsense wrestling style. A former NXT Women's Champion and WWE Women's Champion, Ripley electrified the WWE Universe as she dethrons countless WWE superstars in thrilling matches that showcased her relentless determination. With standout performances in both the Royal Rumble and WarGames matches, as well as her rivalry against Charlotte Flair, Ripley has proven she's one of the biggest superstars currently in the WWE. If her early success is any indication, this Aussie phenomenon's star will only continue to rise in the years to come.