Special Report

40 Most Popular Female Wrestlers

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30. Torrie Wilson
> WWE debut: 2001
> WWE appearances: 166
> Daily avg. Wikipedia page views: 1,546
> Pro Wrestling Illustrated “Woman of the Year” awards: 3

Torrie Wilson performed in both World Championship Wrestling and WWE for almost nine years before retiring in 2008. She now promotes herself as a health and fitness guru, and attributes her motivation to her battle with an eating disorder while in college.

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29. Renee Young
> WWE debut: 2013
> WWE appearances: 336
> Daily avg. Wikipedia page views: 1,469
> Pro Wrestling Illustrated “Woman of the Year” awards: 0

Renee Young is an unusual entry on our list in that she has made her name as a sports broadcaster for both the Raw and SmackDown brands rather than a wrestler. She is married to wrestler Jonathan Good, who is better known by the ring name Dean Ambrose.

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28. Carmella
> WWE debut: 2014
> WWE appearances: 143
> Daily avg. Wikipedia page views: 2,805
> Pro Wrestling Illustrated “Woman of the Year” awards: 0

Carmella, who was born Leah Van Dale, has had a varied career. Before signing with the WWE she attended the University of Rhode Island and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, spent three years with the New England Patriots Cheerleaders, and was a dancer with the Los Angeles Lakers. She is also a character in the video game WWE 2K17.

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27. Vickie Guerrero
> WWE debut: 2005
> WWE appearances: 401
> Daily avg. Wikipedia page views: 1,139
> Pro Wrestling Illustrated “Woman of the Year” awards: 0

Vickie Guerrero has had an incredibly wide-ranging career. Guerrero was first introduced to audiences as the wife of Hall of Famer Eddie Guerrero, as their relationship was featured in various WWE storylines. After her husband’s death in 2005, Guerrero rose through the ranks to become general manager of both SmackDown and Raw. Guerrero has also managed several wrestlers, and has wrestled in the WWE Divas division. She is known to audiences for her catchphrase, “Excuse me!”

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26. Naomi
> WWE debut: 2010
> WWE appearances: 307
> Daily avg. Wikipedia page views: 1,817
> Pro Wrestling Illustrated “Woman of the Year” awards: 0

Trinity Fatu, known to wrestling fans as Naomi, began her career as a dancer for the NBA’s Orlando Magic and also performed with hip-hop star Flo Rida. She then became a WWE Diva and later joined the SmackDown LIVE brand. She won the SmackDown Women’s Championship twice and also won the first WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal.

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