I have been out of action for a week and a half now, due to school and March Madness, but I am back to give you another weekly top ten.
With any list, questions will form about why a person made the list and why another person did not. If you have any questions or feel I might have left some one out let me know in the comment section. If enough people agree with you it might be Comment's Pick in my next slide.
This week will feature the top female wrestlers of all-time. Let me start by saying that this list does not include looks as a factor or is based on who is the hottest, although some are not bad to look at.
This list is all about in ring ability. Sorry Maria.
She made her WWE debut by defeating The Fabulous Moolah for the Women's Title in July of 1987. Along the way she faced off against some of the all-time greats and was a force in the Women's title race no matter what promotion she was with.
Sensational Sherri was a three time AWA Women's Champion as well as a one time Women's Champion in the WWE. Other honors include being a 2006 Hall of Fame inductee.
She might be the greatest wrestler to never win a title. That is both male and female wrestlers included.
She beat any and every one put in front of her, except The Fabulous Moolah. The closest she came to being champion was losing to Moolah in a 13 women's battle royal for the title.
If any one is to be blame for Judy Grable never winning the title, it maybe June Byers. She held the title throughout the early 1940s until 1956 when she retired, leaving the title to be decided in the Battle Royal Judy Grable lost.
Byers was a dominate champion during her nearly two decade reign as one of the top Women's champion in the world, including the questionable wins against her competition.
June Byers later came out of retirement to take the belt back from Fabulous Moolah but was unsuccessful.
No woman has dominated across the globe like Awesome Kong. She has won titles in over 9 different promtions from the United States to Japan. She can also be credited with establishing the TNA's Knouckout division, with her feuds with ODB, Gail Kim, and Angelina Love.
Awesome Kong is a two time Knockout Champion, a one time WWWA World Heavyweight Champion, as well as a six time World Tag Team Champion across several promotions just to name a few of her accomplishments.
Give her a few more years and she can easily be in the top three.
She was a major player for the World Women's Championship for over twenty years in NWA and several independent scenes starting in the mid 1930s to the mid 1950s. During this time she was invovled in a real time feud with June Byers.
On August 20, 1954 in Atlanta Mildred Burke faced off against June Byers for the NWA Women's World Championship title.
This feud resulted in the first wrestling screw job that saw Mildred Burke lose to June Byers in a title match she was suppose to win. In the aftermath both of them considered themselves champion and both are looked at as Champion during this period.
Mildred eventually retired and was inductee into the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2002
With Cyndi Lauper in her corner, Wendi Richter made history by defeating The Fabulous Moolah at MTV's The Brawl to End it All, to end what was build, as Moolah 29 year championship streak. That moment of victory perhaps was one of the greatest moments in women's wrestling history, although at the time it was given the worst match of the year award.
Despite the opinions, the match she had started the Rock 'n' Wrestling Connection and gave women wrestling some spotlight in the 1980s.
In all Wendi Richter is a two time WWE Women's Champion and has won the top women's title in five different promotions.
Chyna could easily be the top pick if she had more matches against women. Despite that she still remains the only woman to win the IC title as well as the Women's belt.
She also the only woman to qualify for the KIng of the Ring and be the number one contender for the WWE title. Chyna became the first woman to compete in the Royal Rumble where she elimanated Chris Jericho and Mark Henry in back to back years.
She was also a one time Women's Champion and part of one the best stables of all time, DX.
Who would of thought back then that the valet of Essa Rios would end up being one the best Women's Champions of all time.
Lita was known as a trend setter inside of the ring and out. She brought high flying moves to the women's division only rivaled by those in the high flying Crusier Weight Division.
She is a four time Women's Champion and has many accomplishments to her name. Lita won feud of the year in 2005 and was the main event on RAW once with her major rival Trish Stratus, becoming the only women to have won both honors.
Trish Stratus has just about did it all during her time in the WWE. She has won the Women's title more times in one company than any other female wrestler has and help establish the smart, powerful, and sexy diva angle the WWE uses now.
In all she is a 7 time Women's Champion, a former Hardcore Champion, as well as Diva of the Decade for the 2000s.
Trish Stratus can also be given credit for helping the WWE careers of Melina, Mickie James, and Beth Phoenix because she helped put them over as serious contenders for the Women's Title.
Although known for her beauty in the early stages of her career, over time she developed into a solid wrestler that was able to carry storylines and matches.
Along with Lita, Trish Stratus push new heights by being the only women to ever main event RAW. On December 6, 2004 the two faced off for the WWE Women's Championship on RAW, resulting in a loss for Trish Stratus. Despite the loss, Trish Stratus was well received by the fans and it help solidify her as one of the top female wrestlers in history.
The Fabulous Moolah may be the foundation for women's wrestling. She helped train three of the women on the list, spanning five different decades. Moolah is also recognize as being the longest reigning champion of any sport, holding the Women's Championship for nearly 29 years, never losing or being separated from the title more than five days before gaining it back.
During her reign as champion she carried the title to all NWA promotions in the United States and in Canada where she faced their top competition. Moolah also did wrestling shows in Japan, Mexico, and Europe.
From the 13 women's battle royal for the championship she carried for 29 years to Moolah's defeat to her student Wendi Richter; The Fabulous Moolah has seen and shaped wrestling like no women before her.
Throughout it all she competed in some of the most memorable matches that help bring women's wrestling division into the modern era of sports entertainment.
Just Missed The Cut
11. Mickie James
15. Aja Kong
Women On The Rise
- Beth Phoenix
- Angelina Love
- Gail Kim
- Michelle McCool
Iam D Real Deal yo, Jon Sainz, and Scott Walus all picked Paul Heyman as the Comment's Pick choice for the slide The Greatest Manager Of All-Time.
Paul Heyman was more than the master mind behind ECW, he also managered some of the greatest wrestlers of all-time.
The list includes Stone Cold, Dudleys, Taz, Rick Rude, Jimmy Snuka, The Dangerous Alliance, Big Show, Brock Lesnar, Kurt Angle, and Team Angle. The list goes on and on.
Heyman did all of this while running the show for ECW back in 1990s and Smackdown in the 2000s. He even won Pro Wrestling Illustrated "Manager of the Year" in 1992.