The best WWE women's matches in company history feature a strong combination of the past and present of the women's division. Prior eras struggled to receive enough television time, but they still had a few classics thanks to great performers from Trish Stratus, Lita, and Melina making the best of their opportunities. The current era of the women's evolution has pushed the division to a new level with standouts like Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks, and Becky Lynth becoming top superstars.
All top WWE women's matches will be offered here with the intent of finding the best of the best. Each bout delivered a memorable performance from all ladies involved, leaving a legacy in the heart of wrestling fans.
So what were the best women's matches in WWE history? Vote up your favorite matches from the WWE women's division, then head over and vote on the best WWE matches of 2019 for a look at the current WWE world.
Event: WrestleMania 32
Date: April 3, 2016
The Women's Championship returned to replace the Divas Championship with this match stealing the show in front of a record-breaking 100,000-plus fans in attendance.
Event: Evolution 2018
Date: October 28, 2018
Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch stole the show in the first all-women's WWE event with a classic Last Woman Standing Match.
Event: Monday Night Raw
Date: November 28, 2016
Sasha Banks dethroned Charlotte Flair to win the Raw Women's Championship in a Falls Count Anywhere Match as one of the best Raw main events in recent memory.
Event: TLC 2018
Date: December 16, 2018
The Smackdown ladies used the weapons of tables, ladders, and chairs to deliver an unbelievable spectacle with Asuka winning the gold.