WWE's 50 greatest Women Superstars: Full list announced

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WWE's 50 greatest Women Superstars: Full list announced

In recent weeks the passage of the WWE Network on the television screens of the on-demand service, Peacock TV, obviously only on American soil, has become official. After years of solo Network, WWE has preferred to include its online service with the immense library that only such a company can have, on Peacock TV, entering a very advantageous monthly offer, which has effectively halved the initial prices of the on-demand service by McMahon.

Although numerous problems have already been encountered by the American users of this service, it seems that in the future of this twinning there will still be great news, with a series entirely dedicated to the history of WWE women's wrestling, which should soon be made public by the company of Stamford, right on the Peacock TV screens.

WWE's 50 greatest Women Superstars

Thanks to this special series dedicated to women, WWE has seen fit to also draw up a top 50 of its best female athletes and Superstars, who have trod the rings of the McMahon family over the years, with numerous names that have come close to the podium, but which, however, did not manage to get on it, as perhaps the fans would have liked.

So let's now see the list of the best 50 WWE performers ever, according to what is the thinking of the management of the McMahon-owned company. 50 Storm tones 49 Kaitlyn 48 Kay Lee Ray 47 Sonya Deville 46 Shotzi Blackheart 45 Kelly Kelly 44 Candice LeRae 43 Nikki Cross 42 Layla 41 Ember Moon 40 Eve Torres 39 Lacey Evans 38 Jazz 37 Maryse 36 Nia Jax 35 Bianca Belair 34 Carmella 33 Gail Kim 32 Jaqueline 31 Kairi Sane 30 Naomi 29 Bull Nakano 28 Ivory 27 Melina 26 The Bella Twins 25 I Shirai 24 Luna Vachon 23 Stephanie McMahon 22 Michelle McCool 21 Rhea Ripley 20 Natalya 19 AJ Lee 18 Shayna Baszler 17 Paige 16 Sable 15 Molly Holly 14 Victoria 13 Alexa Bliss 12 Mickie James 11 Beth Phoenix 10 Bayley 9 Ronda Rousey 8 Lita 7 Alundra Blayze 6 Sasha Banks 5 Asuka 4 Chyna 3 Becky Lynch 2 Charlotte Flair 1 Trish Stratus.

Apparently, the name of Trish Stratus was the only choice for the number one position, as the former WWE champion managed to make the women's section of the Stamford-based company important, even in a period when there was no revolution on the women's side of the profession and during which women were seen only as a side curtain, compared to what was the real show, or a show that was majorly comprised of their male colleagues.