The Top 10 Female Wrestlers in the WWE

The Top 10 Female Wrestlers in the WWE
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The excitement from the crowds reaches a whole new level when female wrestlers enter the ring. They give a performance packed with beauty, excitement and impressive strength. These females train hard and work harder. They have committed to the sport and now hold a place in the arena as a professional wrestler. Take a look at this top 10 list of female wrestlers who are making a name for themselves one body slam at a time.

1. If you know female wrestling, then you know veteran Melissa Anderson who has been wrestling since 1999. Anderson has competed in several events including ChickFight and two-time Pro Wrestling Revolution Champion. She consistently ranks in the Pro Wrestling Illustrated top females list since 2008. This wrestler has a lot to offer and is not slowing down any time soon.

2. New to the arena is Britt Baker. Her career launched first as a fitness instructor so she learned early what a body that is fit can do. Baker is a Monster Factory Pro Wrestling Girls Champion. Her competitions include Absolute Intense Wrestling, Empire State Wrestling and Girl Fight.

3. Santana Garrett has been competing since 2009 and ranked #4 on Pro Wrestling Illustrated list in 2015. Titles include Championship Wrestling Entertainment, Jersey Championship Wrestling and Ring Warriors. This list of accomplishments goes on and one. She is considered the most accomplished wrestler with Pro Wrestling Illustrated.

4. Beauty describes each female wrestling athlete so there is much more that makes them stand out. That is certainly the case for Lizzy Styles. She is known as the princess of wrestling and has fought in Conventry Pro Wrestling and Conway County Wrestling.

5. Thick and sexy Faye Jackson is a plus size model since 2015 and decided to add wrestling to her physical attributes. Her matches are limited to a Women of Honor event in 2016 but was most impressive and made the tag team during a second match with the same association.

6. Serious about her career in wrestling, Canadian KC Spinelli has wrestled all over Canada, the United States as well as several other countries including Paraguay. She even defeated her mentor Nicole Matthews in 2011 and won the Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling for Women. Spinelli holds many titles including Acclaim Pro Wrestling Tag Team Championship and previous Pure Wrestling Association Elite Women’s Championship.

7. Jordynne Grace at age 17, she was wrestling in Mexico where she graduated early to make the move to St. Louis and focus on a wrestling career. At the ripe age of 20, Jordynne Grace proves to be a real contender in the square circle. In 2015 she held the Wrestling Vixen’s Championship. Her passion for the sport pushed her to pursue competing in WSU, Beyond Wrestling and many more.

8. Beautiful and ambitious is Thea Trinidad, the Puerto Rican wrestler whose career portfolio includes modeling, acting and teaching Zumba. She held for a limited time a title in Tag Team Championship with Sarita. She ranked in the 30s on Pro Wrestling Illustrated and joined Global Force Wrestling in 2015.

9. Veda Scott loves wrestling and has been doing it for more than five years. Titles held include the Family Wrestling Entertainment Women’s Champion and the Legacy Wrestling Women’s Championship. Her steps to grow in the industry have moved her from #50 in 2012 to #33 in 2015 with Pro Wrestling Illustrated.

10. When you know what you want to do early in life, your focus shows. That is true for Deonna Purrazzo where at a young age showed potential for a sport career. She has competed in TNA and Knockouts Knockdown in 2016. Her titles include East Coast Wrestling Association, New York Wresting Connection and Monster Factory Pro Wrestling to name a few. At age 22 Purrazzo has a long career ahead of her in an industry she loves.