Normally I do a top 10 list, but in honour of Wrestlemania 25 taking place this weekend, I thought I would do a top 25 WWF/WWE hotties.
It doesn’t matter how many shows they were on, how long they lasted, or when they were with the company.
And let me say, it’s probably not who you think it would be at #1.
So without further ado, here are the top 25!
Ivory never got a chance to strut her stuff when she was a member of Right to Censor, but there was no doubt she is one of the better women’s wrestlers the WWE has seen in the past 10 years.
I never thought she was as great or as hot as so many others did, but there’s no doubt she was part of the whole WWE Diva division taking off.
A former member of Degeneration X, Tori was involved in some of the stranger storylines. She seemed to be the catalyst for many feuds.
22. Dawn Marie
Dawn Marie is more well known for her ECW days, but the angle where she married Torrie Wilson’s dad may be the Smackdown women’s angle people best remember.
21. Beth Phoenix
The Glamazon never fails to impress, whether it be a comedy spot with Santino or with her athletic ability in the ring.
20. Molly Holly
Like Ivory, much of her career was spent in the “I’m a prude” stage, but she had some great angles, and had her head shaved at a Wrestlemania.
19. Torrie Wilson
Torrie Wilson went to the WWE when WCW was bought out. She was one of the first WCW personalities to appear on a WWE stage.
18. Stacy Kiebler
With legs to kill for, the former NFL cheerleader also won Dancing with the Stars.
Just recently retired, and the women’s division is worse for it. Her finishing move, the Widow’s Peak, was one of the coolest moves in wrestling.
The current WWE champion, Melina has one of the best ring introductions of all time, although it looks pretty painful.
15. Mickie James
Mickie James started in the WWE with a hot angle where she stalked Trish Stratus. The angle fizzled out right before Trish retired, but Mickie still remains as one of the best wrestlers in the women’s division.
14. Terri Runnels
Played many different roles in her time with the WWE/WWF (Marlena, one-half of PMS, etc.), and was used to create the first ladder match with the Hardy Boyz against Edge and Christian.
Nidia did a great angle when her and Jamie Noble won the lottery, but it went downhill once she went “blind”.
12. Miss Jackie
I went to a wrestling event here in Ottawa a few years back, and I was second row from the ring. Miss Jackie is even more beautiful in person. She looks simply amazing.
Won the Diva search in 2006, and was involved in a great angle earlier this year with Jamie Noble.
The original lady of the WWE, Miss Elizabeth was loved the world over. While she spent the last few years of her wrestling life in WCW, most people will remember her as the classy manager of Randy Macho Man Savage.
9. Stephanie McMahon
Her character on TV is a lot like the rest of the McMahons. No one ever seems to know if’s supposed to be booed or cheered.
I couldn’t find a picture to do her justice, but the former Diva search winner did what she could to promote the WWE outside of the ring (posing in Playboy and appearing on Survivor).
7. Candice Michelle
Created a stir a few years back for her commercial for Go Daddy during the Superbowl, which was overblown. Every time she starts becoming hugely popular, she unfortunately suffers an injury in the ring.
6. Christy Hemme
The original winner of the Diva search competition, Christy Hemme now appears in TNA.
The best Diva contestant ever, Maria played the part of a ditzy interviewer to perfection. She’s been involved in memorable storylines over the years, including one with Santino.
Became hotter the longer she was with the federation, but without a doubt, her matches with Trish Stratus is what catapulted women’s wrestling to huge popularity in the late 90s/early 2000s.
3. Trish Stratus
A top Canadian no matter what the list, Trish Stratus won the women’s championship seven times, the Diva of the year three times, and won Diva of the Decade. Without a doubt, women’s wrestling wouldn’t be where it is without her.
Brought women’s wrestling back to popularity in the 1990s. She played a hot, funny, smart manager, which was a rarity at the time. Helped pave the way for others.
1. Gail Kim
Gail Kim is apparently back in the WWE, but no matter where she’s gone, she’s been a success. She was a star in the WWE, and then was the main reason TNA had such a great women’s division.