There have been hundreds of women who have starred on WWE programming over the past 30 years.
We've seen evil managers, sexy valets, brave backstage interviewers and amazing wrestlers.
In the late '90s, they were no longer known simply as women, they became "divas." They had their own division, titles and storylines. Every fan seemed to have their favorite.
Even though the term "diva" is fairly new for WWE, the contribution of women to the company goes back much further.
This list takes a look at the greatest women wrestlers and personalities in WWE since the beginning of the WrestleMania era.
This is only for a woman's contribution solely to the WWF/E. So keep in mind, some women featured here may not be ranked as high as they would be on an all-time greatest list.
The criteria for the ranking is based on a mixture of how management pushed them, their importance to the company, their popularity and their in-ring abilities.
With E!'s Total Divas under way, let's take a look back at the ladies who paved the way.
Here is the top 50 of the most beautiful, breathtaking and butt-kicking women in WWE history.