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9. Charlotte Flair

Without her presence on this list, the name of the woman who has received the most awards in WWE history would be incomplete. Charlotte Flair, dubbed "The Queen," has a body that many women aspire to: she is strong, thin, tough, and athletic all at the same time, a perfect combination that allows her to put on amazing matches.

Many people attribute her success to her ancestors, but she has worked extremely hard to reach the top of the women's division, where she appears to be staying for at least another few years.

8. Jazz

Jazz was a phenomenal wrestler, and WWE desperately needed women with personality, attitude, and tremendous wrestling skills, so it's a shame she only lasted five years with the company.

She has been used badly for years, even though she has what it takes to be a star and has won the WWE Women's Championship twice.

7. Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey, the former Raw Ladies' Champion and current UFC star, is unquestionably one of the toughest women in history. Despite her UFC success, Rowdy was able to adapt to WWE swiftly. Throughout her professional wrestling career, she only lost two matches.

Ronda Rousey's training is definitely different from that of the other female wrestlers, which explains why her physique is unlike that of the others.

6. Beth Phoenix 

Beth Phoenix is one of the greatest female wrestlers of all time, and her achievements in the ring have undoubtedly encouraged many other female wrestlers to pursue careers in the sport. Beth Phoenix had it all in the ring during the height of her career: strength, athleticism, and talent.

As if that wasn't enough, she won the WWE Women's Championship three times, held the Divas Title for 204 days, and defeated The Great Khali in the 2010 Men's Royal Rumble.

5. Bianca Belair

She is the toughest, roughest, quickest, greatest, and strongest woman in WWE, as well as the best.

She hasn't ceased impressing people with her incredible abilities since her debut.

4. Nia Jax

Although Bianca Belair is in greater physical form than Nia Jax, Nia Jax's "The Irresistible Force" is unrivalled in terms of strength. She is capable of incredible exploits and draws power from her gigantic stature.

One of the main reasons Nia Jax is in WWE is because of her strength.

3. Chyna

Chyna was one of the first women to wrestle in WWE, and the fact that she was able to compete with men deserves a standing ovation.

She did her best and set a new standard for female wrestling. Chyna wasn't the best wrestler in the world, and neither were her microphone skills, but her strength was more than enough to put on a fantastic spectacle, as evidenced by her elimination of Mark Henry at the 1999 Royal Rumble and her epic battles with Chris Jericho.

2. Kharma

Kharma decided to follow Chyna's lead and compete in the men's Royal Rumble, where she was eliminated.

Kharma only had one official WWE match, hence she was severely underutilised. It would have been thrilling to watch her fight the other women, as she is a fantastic boxer with exceptional strength and ring skills.

1. Nicole Bass

Nicole Bass was a wrestler for a short time before becoming a bodybuilder. She took part in 21 matches, four of which were WWE-sponsored.

Nicole Bass made a name for herself in the WWE as a wrestler who was known for being very strong.

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