The Best Female Wrestlers Of All Time

Over 10.1K Ranker voters have come together to rank this list of The Best Female Wrestlers Of All Time
Voting Rules
Vote up the female wrestlers you think have had the best matches & storylines throughout their careers.

Figuring out who is the best WWE female wrestler is easy compared to deciding who were the best female wrestlers of all time, across all the promotions. We've put together this list of famous female wrestlers from all over, and that includes a lot of the best female wrestlers not in WWE.

Which of these female wrestlers has held the most titles, had the strongest storylines and made the most memorable careers in their time in WWE, Impact, TNA, AAA and Japanese promotions like JWP? There are retired female wrestlers like Bull Nakano, who helped shape the world of wrestling today and newer wrestlers like Asuka, who is an already undefeated rising star and building her name under the SmackDown brand. Some of these women wrestlers are cross-over champions, holding long title reigns both as Divas and as Reina de Reinas.

There are so many female wrestlers who are great at what they do, but we need you to vote up the best female wrestlers who are truly the best of the best!

Most divisive: Ronda Rousey
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  • Trish Stratus
    3,792 votes

    It's no surprise that Trish Stratus, a seven-time WWE Women's Champion, is often hailed as one of the greatest female wrestlers to ever step foot in the squared circle. Bursting onto the scene in 2000 as a manager, she quickly proved her prowess between the ropes, becoming a trailblazer for women's wrestling during her illustrious career. Not only did Stratus capture the hearts of fans with her stunning looks and charisma, but she was also a force to be reckoned with in the ring, culminating in her unforgettable retirement match against Lita at Unforgiven 2006.

  • Amy Dumas
    3,177 votes

    Better known by her ring name Lita, Amy Dumas revolutionized women's wrestling with her high-flying, risk-taking style that had never been seen before in the WWE. The fiery redhead and four-time Women's Champion formed an iconic partnership with The Hardy Boyz, dazzling audiences as a member of Team Xtreme in the early 2000s. Lita's intense and storied rivalries with the likes of Trish Stratus and Stephanie McMahon helped shape the landscape of women's wrestling, and her groundbreaking accomplishments paved the way for future generations to come.

  • Alexa Bliss
    3,151 votes

    The pint-sized powerhouse, Alexa Bliss, has more than made her mark on the wrestling world since her debut in 2013. Quickly rising through the ranks thanks to her impressive athleticism and unparalleled mic skills, Bliss became the first woman to hold both the Raw and SmackDown Women's Championships, clinching the titles an impressive five times within her first three years on the main roster. With a mischievous grin and wicked intentions, the "Goddess of WWE" continues to prove that dynamite truly does come in small packages.

  • Sasha Banks
    3,375 votes

    The Boss Sasha Banks has been breaking barriers and making history since she exploded onto the scene as one of WWE's Four Horsewomen. Her legendary battles with Bayley, such as their Iron Woman match at NXT TakeOver: Respect, set the standard for what women's wrestling could and should be. A multiple-time Women's Champion, Banks was also one-half of the inaugural Women's Tag Team Champions and has main-evented her fair share of pay-per-view events. With her undeniable in-ring talent, magnetic personality, and unapologetic swagger, it's clear that The Boss is nowhere near done making an impact on the industry.

  • Chyna
    3,152 votes

    The late, great "Ninth Wonder of the World" Chyna was a true pioneer in women's wrestling. This powerhouse's ground-breaking accomplishments include becoming the first and only woman to win the prestigious Intercontinental Championship, as well as the first woman to participate in the Royal Rumble match. Chyna shattered gender norms and proved that women could compete at the same level as men, forever changing the landscape of professional wrestling and foreshadowing the massive women's movement in the industry that is currently thriving today.

  • Paige
    3,226 votes

    Despite a career ravaged by injuries, Paige's impact on the wrestling world cannot be understated. Hailing from a family of professional wrestlers, the "Anti-Diva" quickly caught the eye of WWE fans with her distinct goth aesthetic, hard-hitting style, and masterful in-ring abilities. Paige's debut on the main roster saw her defeat AJ Lee for the Divas Championship, becoming the youngest woman to hold the title at just 21 years old, and from that moment on the WWE was hers for the taking. While her in-ring career may have been cut short at one point, her perseverance got her back in the squared circle where she is just as dominant today as ever.