2019 Top 25: #1 – Becky Lynch

Was there any doubt that The Man would occupy the #1 position? 2019 was her year in more ways than just one. After losing the opportunity to face Ronda Rousey at 2018 Survivor Series, she made it known that she would do it anyway, no matter what. But first, she had to defend her SmackDown... Continue Reading →

2019 Top 25: #2 – Shayna Baszler

Coming in at #2 is now former NXT Women's Champion, Shayna Baszler. After a dominating run it is not surprising to see The Queen of Spades almost top the entire list. She started her second reign at Evolution and retained it at the second-ever TakeOver WarGames. After the event, she settled the score with Dakota... Continue Reading →

2019 Top 25: #3 – Bayley

The current SmackDown Women's Champion, Bayley, lands at #3 on our list. 2019 was a year of resurrection for her, in more than one way. She competed in the 2018 women's Gauntlet match in the main event of Raw, starting it off by eliminating Alicia Fox and Dana Brooke. She lasted 20 minutes, before being... Continue Reading →

2019 Top 25: #4 – Charlotte Flair

We are getting very close to revealing our entire list and we are doing it with #4 with The Queen. After her brutal attack on Ronda Rousey at Survivor Series, she continued her mean streak with two singles victories in a row over The IIconics. She then demanded another SmackDown Women's title shot and was... Continue Reading →

2019 Top 25: #5 – Ronda Rousey

The Baddest Woman on the Planet was only active for half of the evaluation period, but her impact is undeniable. After a brutal attack by Charlotte Flair at 2018 Survivor Series, she showed up on Raw the following night and said she would still defend her title, making it a tradition for her after the... Continue Reading →

2019 Top 25: #6 – Asuka

The Empress of Tomorrow was close to achieving her past glory in 2019. She started the evaluation period with a strong SmackDown main event victory, winning a #1 Contenders battle royal, eliminating The IIconics, Carmella and Sonya Deville. Her Mixed Match Challenge team defeated Uso and Naomi to advance, but lost to Fabulous Truth in... Continue Reading →

2019 Top 25: #7 – Toni Storm

Toni Storm made an impact in 2018 when she won the second Mae Young Classic tournament, defeating Io Shirai in the finals. She decided to go to NXT UK and build up the women's division and she did just that. She competed in the NXT UK Women's title tournament, defeating Isla Dawn in the first... Continue Reading →

2019 Top 25: #8 – Sasha Banks

You can always count on Sasha Banks to draw attention whenever you need her to, she's that good. Although wasn't active for a couple of months in 2019, she didn't fail to stand out in both women's divisions. Fresh off her 2018 Survivor Series loss, Sasha and Bayley faced Nia Jax and Tamina in a... Continue Reading →

2019 Top 25: #9 – Rhea Ripley

Ahead of her NXT Women's title, coming in at #9 is none other than 'The Nightmare' Rhea Ripley. Starting off the evaluation period, she competed in the NXT UK Women's title tournament, defeating Xia Brookside and Dakota Kai to advance to the finals. She faced Toni Storm in the finals, becoming the first-ever NXT UK... Continue Reading →

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