Female wrestlers have always been one of the most popular sports in the world. Their athleticism, strength, and stamina are unmatched by any other sport, and their passion and dedication to the sport are undeniable. In this post, we take a look at the top 10 female wrestlers in the world today. From Olympic gold medalists to title contenders, these athletes are sure to entertain and excite fans everywhere they go.
1. Charlotte Flair
Charlotte Flair is one of the most successful female wrestlers in history, and she’s not just any ordinary wrestler – she’s a female superstar!
Flair started her wrestling career back in 2000, and she quickly became one of the most popular stars on the circuit. She won multiple championships, including the WWE Women’s Championship, four times (which is more than any other woman). Her success has continued into recent years, with her most recent title victory coming in 2018.
Flair is a talented wrestler and an incredible entertainer. Her unique style incorporates aerial assaults and high-flying moves into her matches. Her fans love her because she delivers action-packed performances that are always entertaining. Charlotte Flair is one of the greatest female wrestlers of all time!
2. Sasha Banks
Sasha Banks is widely considered to be one of the top female wrestlers in the world today. She has won championships in both NXT and WWE, and her matches are always filled with action and excitement. Her popularity has led to her appearing in several popular movies and TV shows, including “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and “The Crown.”
Banks is known for her athleticism, strength, and power. Her unique style combines traditional wrestling moves with martial arts techniques. Her matches never disappoint, and she’s always entertaining to watch.
3. Trish Stratus
Trish Stratus is one of the most successful female wrestlers in history. She has won five WWE championships, two World Tag Team Championships, and a Women’s Championship. She is also a two-time inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame.
Stratus was born on October 12, 1967, in Hamilton, Ontario. She started wrestling at age five and rose to stardom in the early 1990s as part of the WWF (now known as WWE). With her sexy wrestling style and charismatic personality, she quickly became one of the company’s most popular stars. In 1994, she signed a contract with World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and soon became a mainstay on their flagship show, Raw.
In 1999, Stratus left the WWF to join WCW – where she reigned as champion for six months before returning to WWF later that year. After winning another championship with WWF in 2002, Stratus retired from professional wrestling in 2006 at 38.
Since she retired from professional wrestling, Stratus has continued to be involved in various philanthropic activities, including working with young cancer patients and raising money for diabetes research. She is also an ambassador for Nike and contributes to several other charitable causes. Trish Stratus is truly an exceptional woman who has achieved great success both inside and outside of professional wrestling – it’s no wonder she’s
4. Becky Lynch
Becky Lynch is a professional wrestler who is currently signed to the WWE. She has competed in both the United States and Canada and is known for her aggressive wrestling style. Lynch has also been noted for her athleticism and backstage antics.
Lynch made her professional wrestling debut in 2006 and has since become one of the most popular female wrestlers in the world. She has won several championships, including the NXT Women’s Championship (which she subsequently lost to Charlotte Flair at Wrestlemania 33) and the SmackDown Women’s Championship. In 2018, she unsuccessfully challenged Ronda Rousey for the UFC women’s championship.
5. Mickie James
Mickie James is a retired American professional wrestler best known for her time in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). She is the daughter of Olympic gold medalist and world heavyweight champion Dusty Rhodes, and sister of current WWE performer Goldust.
Born and raised in Arkansas, James made her wrestling debut at 12 in an amateur tournament. After training under the tutelage of former World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair, she signed with World Wrestling Federation/World Championship Wrestling (WWF/WCW) in 1997. There, she became a part-time performer before becoming a full-time member of SmackDown! in 2003.
In 2006, James won her first World Women’s Championship by defeating Melina at WrestleMania 22. She was also a two-time WWE Divas Champion, winning both titles consecutively from 2010 to 2011. Her other major achievements include being a four-time Women’s Survivor Series Champion (2008, 2009, 2010, 2013) and being the inaugural winner of the “Best Female Wrestler” award at the 2007 ESPY Awards.
6. Alexa Bliss
Alexa Bliss is one of the top female wrestlers in the world. She started wrestling at the age of four and quickly developed a reputation as one of the best performers in the sport. She has won numerous championships in her career, including the WWE Women’s Championship three times and the SmackDown Women’s Championship twice. She is currently signed to WWE and is scheduled to make her debut at WrestleMania 34.
Asuka is a top female wrestler who has been competing in the sport for over a decade. She’s one of the longest-serving wrestlers in the history of professional wrestling, having competed in over 350 matches.
Asuka is known for her high-energy and aggressive style, which has won her several awards, including multiple championships. She also became the first Japanese wrestler to win a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) women’s championship when she defeated Nikki Bella in 2016.
Asuka is currently signed to WWE and plans to compete in wrestling tournaments and other events throughout 2018.
Bayley is a five-time WWE Women’s Champion and one of the most popular female wrestlers in the world. She first came to prominence in NXT, where she was a two-time NXT Women’s Champion. She then moved to Raw and became a three-time Raw Women’s Champion. In 2017, Bayley signed with the Bella Twins’ wrestling promotion Total Divas and won the inaugural WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship. Bayley is known for her high-energy performance and her ability to connect with her fans on a personal level.
9. Beth Phoenix
Beth Phoenix is a wrestling superstar who is making a big impact in the professional wrestling world. She is known for her technical ability and her aggressive style of wrestling.
Phoenix was born on November 11, 1980, in Athens, Ohio. She started wrestling at the age of 10 and quickly developed into one of the most successful female wrestlers in the world. She has held multiple titles throughout her career, including WWE Women’s Champion (three times), RAW Women’s Champion (once), and SmackDown Women’s Champion (once).
In October 2017, Phoenix announced that she would be retiring from professional wrestling at the end of that year. However, she announced in February 2018 that she would be returning to WWE later that year to compete in their Mae Young Classic tournament. In the semi-finals of this tournament, she defeated Liv Morgan to become the first woman ever to win two championships on WWE’s main roster – Raw and SmackDown – simultaneously.
Lita is a former professional wrestler who is best known for her time with WWE. She has held numerous titles throughout her career, including the Women’s Championship, which she won multiple times.
Lita was born in Brazil and began wrestling at the age of 11. She made her debut in 1993 and quickly established herself as one of the top female wrestlers in the world. In 2000, she joined World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and quickly became one of their most popular stars. In 2001, she left WWF to join Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), where she won the ECW World Tag Team Championship twice.
In 2003, Lita signed with WWE and became a mainstay on their televised programming. That same year, she won the Women’s Championship for the first time. She went on to hold this title five times before it was retired in 2010. Outside of WWE, Lita also competed in several other promotions throughout her career, including Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and Ring of Honor (ROH).
Lita has since retired from professional wrestling but continues to make occasional appearances on WWE programming.