The women's division in World Wrestling Entertainment is made up of so-called “Divas” who are tasked with being much more than just tremendous athletes who can work well inside of a ring. Female performers who are under the WWE umbrella also have to be models and actresses who can cut promos on the microphone at events such as Raw and who can also be on-air talent for other television programs such as WWE Divas. One could argue that it is harder to make it and make it big in the WWE as a female than as a male who has decent size.
There have been times when the WWE pushed those on the women's roster to the top of the card, so much so that they would register some of the highest television ratings for a show and that two female performers would even feature in a main event slot. Trish Stratus is just one example of a Diva who got herself over with the majority of WWE audiences and not just because of her looks. Stratus was one of the best overall performers during her time with the company, and she has deservedly had her day at the WWE Hall of Fame.
At the other end of the spectrum are the Divas that fans love to hate, the female superstars who attract boos and jeers whenever they emerge from behind the curtain at WWE events. Included in that list is a woman who has evolved into one of the better heels in all of North American professional wrestling and who has done well to follow her father as an on-air act. She also happens to be a successful businesswoman who, despite her famous last name, has paid her dues and earned her spot within the WWE both on television and in the company's front office.
10 Summer Rae
8 A.J. Lee
3 The Bella Twins
1 Stephanie McMahon
It does not seem as if it was roughly a decade ago that the daughter of WWE Chairman Vince McMahon had “go-away heat” that had fans literally wanting to change the channel rather than have to endure a segment involving Stephanie McMahon. She has undergone a character transformation while playing the villain as part of “The Authority” alongside real-life husband Triple H, and there is an argument to be made that McMahon is now the best complete heel in all of the WWE. You cannot help but wonder where this version of McMahon was during her time as storyline general manager of SmackDown.
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