As with any major WWE pay-per-view, the Survivor Series was the stage for the hottest Divas and other women ever.
When they were not involved directly in the action, they were ringside as valets or managers.
I hesitated to come with such a slideshow because I'm usually not a fan of the easy or cheap reads. But someone applied the Sharpshooter on me until I accepted his suggestion. Knowing my passion for digging on the web to find the most original and best pictures, he said he was curious to see the result.
Actually it's an easy excuse to come with my own list featuring the hottest WWE Divas and other ladies of the ring. The top five is locked in, with my personal favorites and most of the others could be easily switched depending on what we look at.
For those still reading this introduction, I also want to mention I also took the time to write some text to go with the pictures. I don't explain why those ladies are hot—just look at the pictures and you'll know why—but I give a short description of their presence at Survivor Series over the years.
She was Marc Mero's valet at the 1996 and 1997 Survivor Series.
In 1998, she was in the first Survivor Series WWF Women's Championship match. She won the Title against Jacqueline.
She lost the Belt against Sable at the first defense of the WWF Women's Championship since it was reactivated after the 1995 deactivation.
In 1999, she teamed up with Terri Runnels (aka Marlena), Luna Vachon and Ivory in a losing effort against the team composed of The Fabulous Moolah, Mae Young, Tori and Debra.
She also took part to the Six Pack Challenge match for the vacated Women's Championship in 2001.
She was Goldust's valet at Survivor Series 1996.
In 1999, she was The Hardy Boyz's manager and she was in the first women Traditional Tag Team Elimination match since 1987, but on the losing end.
She was also at the 2000 November Classic as The Radicalz's manager.
She appeared once and it was in 2001 as The Dudley Boys' valet.
She made her first and only appearance at the 2009 edition of the November Classic, but on the wrong side of the win in a Traditional Elimination bout.
Of course she didn't look like that in 1987 and in 1999, but how could we let out the greatest female wrestler of all time.
She was there for the first Survivor Series ever, on the winning team. She teamed up with Rockin' Robin, Velvet McIntyre and The Jumping Bomb Angels (Itsuki Yamazaki and Noriyo Tateno) to defeat Sensational Sherri, Donna Christanello, Dawn Marie and The Glamour Girls (Leilani Kai and Judy Martin).
In 1999, she joined forces with Mae Young, Tori, and Debra to defeat Ivory, Luna, Jacqueline and Terri Runnels in a Tag Team Elimination match.
At the 1998 Survivor Series, Jeff Jarrett had her in his corner as valet.
She couldn't help his man to win his first round match of The Deadly Game Tournament.
On a side note, the 1998 installment of Survivor Series was the first one not featuring at least one Traditional Tag Team Elimination match.
The show was the host of a one-night tournament for the vacated WWF Championship. The Rock ultimately won the Title.
Debra was also in the women's Traditional Tag Team Survivor Series Elimination match in 1999, on the losing end.
On two occasions, in 1987 and 1988 she was in the corner of her man, the legendary Randy Macho Man Savage.
The first lady of WWE certainly deserves a spot on that list despite she never really uncover herself.
She featured on the Survivor Series 2001 poster, a first time without a man on it. She was then Taijiri's valet.
In 2007, she was on the winning side of the 10-Diva tag-team match.
She was Booker T's valet in 2005 and 2006.
At the 2000 Thanksgiving Classic, she was with T & A's in a mixed tag team match in a losing effort against Molly Holly, Crash Holly and Steve Blackman.
In 2001, she won her first Women's Championship at the 15th annual Survivor Series event.
In 2002, she lost the Women's Title in a hardcore match against Victoria.
She also defeated Lita via disqualification to retain the Gold in 2004.
She took part to her first Survivor Series in 2007, but tasted defeat in the 10-Diva tag-team match.
In 2008, she was William Regal's Valet and his team won in a Traditional Tag Team Elimination match.
Once again, in 2009, her team didn't manage to win their match.
This year, she will defend the Divas Championship along with Michelle McCool in a handicap match against Natalya.
She was on the losing team at the 1999 women's Traditional Tag Team Survivor Series Elimination contest.
In 2000, she retained the Gold in her Women's Championship bout.
She finally participated at the Six Pack Challenge match for the vacated Women's Championship in 2001.
In 2006, she was Mike Knox's girlfriend in a strange storyline in which she portrayed an exhibitionist. Knox always interrupted Kelly Kelly's stripteases and he was eliminated after being distracted by her.
She was on the winning side of the 10-Diva tag-team match in 2007.
In 2008, she helped Team Raw to win against the Smackdown! opponents.
She battled on the winning side of a Divas Tag Team Elimination match in 2009.
She was The Bodydonnas' manager at the 1995 Survivor Series. She led her team (Skip & Zip, Rad Radford and The 1-2-3 Kid) to the victory against Marty Jannetty, Barry Horowitz, Bob Holly and Hakushi.
She was the "original" WWF Diva and, when you look at her picture, it's no wonder why.
In her only appearance at the Thanksgiving traditional event, she defended the colors of Team Raw in a win against Team Smackdown! She teamed up with Beth Phoenix, Mickie James, Kelly and Jillian Hall.
The blond bombshell made her unique Survivor Series appearance in 2008 in a losing effort against Team Raw.
Her first appearance at the November Classic was in 2005. She failed to put the hands on the Women's Championship against Trish Stratus.
In 2006, she was in Johnny Nitro's corner.
She was on the losing side at Te 2007 10-Diva tag-team regular bout.
At the 2009 Traditional Tag Team Elimination match, she helped her team to earn the victory.
She made her Survivor Series debut in 2005 as Trish Stratus' valet.
In 2006, she won the Women's Title against Lita.
She was also a part of the 10-Diva tag-team match in 2007.
In 2008, she helped Team Raw to defeat Team Smackdown!
At her fifth presence at the pay-per-view, in 2009, she captained a team in a Traditional Tag Team Elimination match. She teamed up with Eve Torres, Kelly Kelly, Melina, and Gail Kim to defeat Michelle McCool, Jillian Hall, Beth Phoenix, Layla and Alicia Fox.
She won the Women's Championship in 2002 in a hardcore match, a very rare stipulation for the Divas.
In 2007, she was on the losing end of the 10-Diva tag-team encounter.
Her last Survivor Series appearance was with Team Smackdown! that lost against Team Raw in 2008.
She didn't succeed to win the Women's Title against Ivory in 2000.
In addition to feature on the 2001 Poster with Torrie Wilson, she took part to the Six Pack Challenge match for the vacated Women's Championship.
Once again, in 2003, she unsuccessfully battled Molly Holly over the Title.
For one more time, in 2004, Lita couldn't put the hand on the Gold.
On the 26th day of November 2006, Lita wrestled her last match with WWF. She lost the Belt against Mickie James.
She was on the losing end in the first ever women's match to take place at Survivor Series, back in 1987.
In 1989, she was Randy Macho King Savage's valet, and in 1991, she was in Ted DiBiase's corner.
She made her first and only appearance at the 2009 edition of the November Classic, on the winning side of a Divas Tag Team Elimination match.
In 2008, she teamed up with Maryse, Victoria, Michelle McCool and Maria to represent Smackdown! on the losing end against Team Raw.
At the upcoming Survivor Series, Natalya will go against the odds to try and capture the Gold against Layla and Michelle McCool in a handicap match.
In a losing effort, she teamed up with Jillian Hall, Melina, Victoria and Layla in 2007.
In 2008, she was on the winning team, representing Raw in a Traditional Tag Team Elimination brands confrontation.
Beth Phoenix became 1-2 last year in a Traditional Survivor Series battle.