WOMEN

Updated 5/14/17

     note: The NAWR began charting the records of WWE and TNA women wrestlers in Sept. 2007 [NXT added 2/23/10-9/28/10 then again as of 2/27/14, CMLL added 7/30/11, ROH added 9/29/11, WWC added on 6/16/12, IWRG added 3/17/13Lucha Underground added 10/29/14, New Japan added 1/5/15Lucha Libre Elite added 1/7/17]  Anything BEFORE those dates are not reflected in these records.

WORLD CHAMPIONS:    W-L-ND[TM]    PTS  Promotion

C. Alexa Bliss    24-19-4[47]      +1840[1255]  NXT/WWE                 RAW Champ [4/30/17]
C. Naomi            41-34-15[90]      +986          WWE                          SD Champ [4/2/17]
C. Dallys                 9-3-2[14]       +386*          CMLL & LLE               CMLL Champ [3/11/16]
C. Rosemary         11-0-3[14]      +380[26]      TNA                            TNA Champ [10/9/16]
C. Sienna              12-8-4[24]       +379            ROH/TNA                   GFW Champ [4/21/17]


CONTENDERS:       W-L-ND[TM]          PTS           Promotion

1. Sasha Banks      47-20-13[80]       +1809[795]    NXT/WWE 
2. Charlotte Flair     61-23-9[93]         +1724           NXT/WWE  
3. Nia Jax                  26-7-3[36]         +1690[1286] NXT/WWE
4. Mickey James     59-35-17[111]     +1532          WWE/TNA/NXT/WWE
5. Nikki Bella            41-24-28[93]       +1138          ECW/WWE/ECW/WWE
6. Natalya Neidhart  69-64-28[161]      +981           WWE
7. Marcela                 11-7-4[22]           +970*          CMLL 
8. Becky Lynch       35-14-13[62]         +912           NXT/WWE  
9. Angelina Love     33-25-25[83]         +796           TNA
10. Madison Rayne  32-54-24[110]      +790           TNA
11. Bayley                 37-22-4[63]         +706            NXT/WWE                  
12. ODB                    36-26-19[81]        +643           TNA/ROH/TNA
13. Asuka                  22-0-2[24]            +552          NXT          NXT Champ [4/1/16]
14. Princesa Sugehit   3-7-2[12]           +415[516]  CMLL       Mex. Champ [2/25/17]
15. Zeuxis                    4-3-1[8]             +404          CMLL  
16. Christina Von Eerie 2-1-0[3]            +369          TNA                           
17. Alisha Edwards      2-3-0[5]             +327[351]   TNA/WWE/TNA
18. Dana Brooke     13-16-3[32]            +267[211]  NXT/WWE  
19. Alicia Fox          36-85-25[146]        +254           ECW/WWE
20. Jade                    9-15-6[30]             +202*           ROH/TNA/NXT/TNA
21. Carmella            15-13-8[36]            +135         NXT/WWE
22. Ember Moon       10-2-2[14]              +124         ROH/NXT
23. Leva Bates            2-9-0[11]              +69[212]  TNA/NXT/TNA
24. Allie                       4-6-2[12]              +68          ROH/TNA
25. Laurel Van Ness   5-2-2[9]                +59          TNA
26. Diamante(2)          1-0-1[2]                 +18          TNA
27. Ruby Riot              1-0-2[3]                 +17          NXT
28. Nikki Cross           3-1-3[7]                  -16         TNA/NXT
29. Rebel                    1-2-7[10]               -31          TNA
30. Peyton Royce       3-8-3[14]                -43          NXT
31. Billie Kay               5-9-4[18]               -57           NXT/WWE/NXT
32. Santana Garrett     2-8-4[14]              -64          TNA/NXT/TNA
33. Liv Morgan             5-9-3[17]              -76           NXT
34. Aliyah                   1-7-2[10]                -88          NXT/WWE/NXT
35. Victoria Gonzalez     0-0-1[1]                0            NXT
      Bianca Blair              0-0-1[1]                0            NXT
37. M.J. Jenkins             0-1-1[2]               -1            TNA
38. Brandi Rhodes         0-1-2[3]               -13           TNA
39. Amanda Rodriguez  0-1-1[2]               -13           TNA
40. Lacey Evans            0-1-1[2]               -17            NXT
41. Sonya DeVille          0-1-1[2]               -22           NXT
42. Ava Storie                0-4-2[6]               -36             TNA
43. Kimbely Frankele    0-2-1[3]               -51            NXT
44. Candice LaRae        0-3-1[4]              -60           TNA/ROH/NXT
45. Sarah Bridges         0-4-1[5]                -86           NXT/ROH/NXT
46. Rachel Ellering        0-5-1[6]               -92            NXT/TNA/NXT
47. Jarochita                  0-2-0[2]               -14*          LLE
48. Priscilla Zuniga        0-1-0[1]               -15*          NXT



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    1. She's in the Champion spot with Gail Kim.

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  3. Why isn't Barbi Hayden, who is currently the NWA World Women's Champion, ranked in the Women's Division of the NAWR?

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    1. Unfortunatly the NWA does not currently have a national tv show, so none of their champions are listed as the NAWR only covers promotions with national tv. I hope they get one soon because I would really like to include them in the Rankings again.

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  4. Why is Alundra Blayze/Madusa not listed in the inactive women section?
    Why are the Jumping Bomb Angel not listed in the inactive tag team section?

    I get that they are women wrestlers that retired before NAWR existed but I don't understand why the women of the 80s and 90s aren't included in the inactive sections.

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    1. HI! The reason Alundra Blayze/Madusa, The Jumping Bomb Angels, and other women from the 80's and 90's are not on the Inactive List is because they have not wrestled any matches on TV since the NAWR existed so there is no way to rank them. I am/was a HUGE fan of Madusa, the Angels, Sheri Martel, Wendi Richter and many others [I actually started watching wrestling in the late 50's-early 60's so Moolah was another favorite] but if a wrestler has not had a televised match since the NAWR started they can not be included. [The last time I saw Madusa she sure looked like she could get back in the ring, so maybe she'll make it yet!].
      Thanks a lot for your question!

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  5. I hope a women's wrestler makes the 100 wins/loses club.

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    1. Gail Kim stands a real good chance. She has 73 wins now and does not show any signs of slowing down!

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