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Top 25 Female Wrestlers of 2018

Top 25 Female Wrestlers of 2018
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Top 25 Female Wrestlers of 2018

Another year of wrestling is in the books. Now that 2018 is coming to an end, what better way to cap off the twelve months than a “Best of” list? And now, we the writers at TSJ101Sports give you the Top 25 Female Wrestlers of 2018.

Disclaimer:

Women wrestlers from all over the world will be accounted for. Because of this, there will be a larger diversity of talent. However, some promotions will have more entrees than others. Evidently this is not intentional. That’s just how the list ended up.

25: Lacey Evans

  • Currently signed with NXT

24: Scarlett Bordeaux

  • Currently signed with Impact Wrestling

23: Sonya Deville

  • Competed at Evolution, WWE’s first all women’s pay-per-view
  • Wrestled on Team SmackDown Live during Survivor Series 2018
  • Competed during the first Women’s Royal Rumble, WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal, and Women’s Elimination Chamber

22: Chelsea Green

  • Recently signed with NXT

21: Bayley and Sasha Banks

  • Both competed during Evolution, WWE’s first all women’s pay-per-view
  • Both competed on Team RAW during Survivor Series 2018
  • Competed during the first Women’s Royal Rumble, WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal, and Women’s Elimination Chamber
  • Banks: Competed in the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder match

20: The IIconics

  • Called up to SmackDown Live following WrestleMania 34
  • Defeated Asuka and Naomi during Super Show-Down 2018

19: Trish Stratus and Lita

  • Trish: Number 30 in first Women’s Royal Rumble
  • Lita: Number 5 in first Women’s Royal Rumble
  • Wrestled at Evolution, WWE’s first all women’s pay-per-view

18: Tegan Nox

  • Currently signed with NXT
  • Competed in the 2018 Mae Young Classic

17: Mia Yim

  • Quarter finalist in 2018 Mae Young Classic
  • Currently signed with NXT

16: The Riott Squad

  • All three members competed in the first Women’s Royal Rumble
  • Competed at Evolution, WWE’s first all women’s pay-per-view

15: Dakota Kai

  • Currently signed with NXT

14: Jordynne Grace

  • Currently signed with Impact Wrestling

13: Asuka

  • Won inaugural Women’s Royal Rumble
  • Competed on Team SmackDown Live during Survivor Series 2018
  • Competed in title matches during WrestleMania 34 and Money in the Bank 2018

12: Nia Jax

  • Former WWE RAW Women’s Champion
  • Ruined Survivor Series 2018
  • Competed in the first Women’s Royal Rumble
  • Won her first title at WrestleMania 34

11: Tessa Blanchard

  • Current Impact Wrestling Knockouts Champion
  • Competed at All-In 2018

10: Io Sharai

  • Runner-up in the 2018 Mae Young Classic

9: Kairi Sane

  • Former NXT Women’s Champion

8: Shayna Baszler

  • Current NXT Women’s Champion
  • First 2-time NXT Women’s Champion

7: Alexa Bliss

  • Former WWE RAW Women’s Champion
  • Won the first ever Women’s Elimination Chamber
  • Won Women’s Money in the Bank and cashed in successfully on the same night (first woman to do so)
  • Current General Manager of the Monday Night RAW Women’s division

6: Ronda Rousey

  • Current WWE RAW Women’s Champion
  • Debuted at WrestleMania 34
  • Won title at SummerSlam 2018
  • Main evented Evolution 2018

5: Toni Storm

  • Winner of the 2018 Mae Young Classic
  • Currently signed with NXT UK

4: Rhea Ripley

  • Current and first ever NXT UK Women’s Champion
  • Competed in the 2018 Mae Young Classic

3: Charlotte Flair

  • Former WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion
  • Ended Asuka’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania 34
  • Won title back at SummerSlam 2018
  • Competed at Evolution 2018 in a Last Woman Standing match

2: Becky Lynch

  • Current WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion
  • Second entrant in the Women’s Royal Rumble
  • Competed during Evolution 2018 in a Last Woman Standing match

1: Carmella

  • Former WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion
  • Successfully cashed in Money in the Bank on Charlotte Flair
  • Longest reign with Money in the Bank briefcase (for both men and women)
  • Defeated Asuka and Charlotte Flair twice
  • Competed during Evolution, WWE’s first all women’s pay-per-view
  • Competed in the Women’s Royal Rumble, WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal, and Team SmackDown Live during Survivor Series 2018

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