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Lists the various female wrestlers and personalities throughout WWWF, WWF, and WWE. Please limit associated tropes to that wrestler's time in the WWE.


Debuted in the WWWF Era (1963-1984)

The Fabulous Moolah (Mary Lillian Ellison) 1955-1987,1998-2007

Judy Martin (Judy Hardee) 1981, 1985-1990

Velvet McIntyre 1982, 1984-1990

Wendi Richter 1982, 1983-1985

Winona Littleheart (Winona Barkley) late 1970s- mid 1980s


Debuted in the Rock 'N' Wrestling Era (1984-1993)

Leilani Kai (Patricia Schroeder) 1985-1990, 1994

Miss Elizabeth (Elizabeth Ann Hulette) 1985-1992

Rockin' Robin (Robin Denise Smith) 1987-1990

Sherri (Sherri Schrull, born Sherri Russell) 1987-1993

  • Alliterative Name
  • Christmas Cake: Especially when she managed a young Shawn Michaels.
  • Combat Stilettos: Sherri's stiletto boots, which she used to kick the shit out of her opponents.
    • Shawn claims that a few times, when one of the boys went too rough on him in the ring, she told him to throw them out there, and they got certain areas kicked by her boots.
  • Do-It-Yourself Theme Tune: Helped Shawn with his and sung a solo version. Both are supposed to be bad but became fan favorites.
  • Iconic Diva
  • Love to Hate: The audience made it audible that they hated to see Sherri win. Seeing Sherri get embarrassed got good pops though. She was also a very popular manager and valet. Also, her solo of sexy boy, meant to be grating, is a fan favorite.
  • Red Baron: "Sensational", "Scary", and "Queen". "Sistah" when she managed Harlem Heat in WCW.
  • Tall, Dark and Bishoujo


Debuted in the New Generation Era (1993-1997)

Alundra Blayze (Debra Ann Miceli) 1993-1995

Bertha Faye (Rhonda Ann Sing f.k.a. "Monster Ripper") 1995-1996

Bull Nakano (ブルなかの, Nakano Keiko) 1994-1995

Luna Vachon 1993-1994, 1997-2000

Terri Runnels (Terri Lynne Boatright Runnels) 1996-2004


Debuted in the Attitude Era (1997-2001)

Chyna (Joan Marie "Joanie" Laurer) 1997-2001

Ivory (Lisa Moretti) 1999-2005

  • Action Girl
  • Cool Teacher: As a trainer on the show Tough Enough.
    • Undermined by Reality: Was a notorious bitch to train with in OVW. According to Krissy Vaine on the first day of training Ivory called all the pretty girls up to the front row and said "sluts like you sleep your way to the top".
  • Dress Code: Everyone in Right To Censor wore a white suit with black pants and a tie.
  • Grandma, What Massive Hotness You Have!: Wasn't first hired until she was in her late thirties (as opposed to the early twenties of most Divas), and is unbelievably turning 50!
  • Light Is Not Good: Right to Censor had an all white shirt dress code.
  • Moral Guardian: In Right To Censor.
  • Universal Poison: Her finishing move, Poison Ivory.

Jacqueline (Jacqueline DeLois Moore a.k.a. Ms. Tennessee) 1998-2004

Lita (Amy Christine Dumas) 1999-2006

Mae Young (Johnnie Mae Young) 1999-2000, 2003-

Molly Holly (Nora Kristina Greenwald) 2000-2005

Sable (Rena Mero Lesnar, born Rena Greek) 1996-1999, 2003-2004

Sunny (Tamara Lynn Sytch) 1995-1998

Tori (Terri Poch) 1998-2001

Trish Stratus (Patricia Anne Stratigias) 2000-2006

Victoria (Lisa Marie Varon) 2000-2009


Debuted in the Invasion (2001)

Jazz (Carlene Denise Moore-Begnaud) 2001-2004

  • Amazonian Beauty
  • Arch Enemy: Arguably Trish Stratus, although it was more due to Trish being the Women's Champion and Jazz determined to get the title for herself, rather than anything really personal against Trish.
  • Boobs of Steel: Inverted, she had the smallest rack of any of the wrestlers but was obviously stronger than all of her competitors with the only possible exception being the much larger Victoria. Even then, she was the strongest pound for pound.
  • Demoted to Extra: And it was sad.
  • Kick the Dog: Jazz liked to attack people who had just had a match and were too tired to fight back.
  • Sassy Black Woman: Back in the old ECW.
  • Scary Black Woman: Her WWE persona was rather cold-blooded, and her brutal tactics (as noted under Kick the Dog, above) only reinforced this perception.
  • Ted Baxter
  • This Is for Emphasis, Bitch: The elevated double chicken wing became the bitch clamp and that was just the start.

Stacy Keibler (Stacy Ann Keibler) 2001-2006

Torrie Wilson (Torrie Anne Wilson) 2001-2008


Debuted in the Brand Extension Era (2002-2011)

AJ (April Jeannette Mendez) 2010-

Aksana (Zivile Raudonienne) 2010-

Alicia Fox (Victoria Elizabeth Crawford) 2008-

The Bella Twins - Nikki Bella, Brie Bella (Nicole Garcia, Brianna Garcia) 2008-2012 2013-

Beth Phoenix (Elizabeth Kocanski Carolan) 2006-

Eve Torres 2007-

Gail Kim 2002-2004, 2008-2011

Jillian Hall (Jillian Faye Fletcher) 2005-2010

Kaitlyn (Celeste Beryl Bonin) 2011-

Kelly Kelly (Barbara Jean Blank) 2006-

  "I don't want to be around someone that takes pleasure on beating on other people. Grow up!"

Layla (Layla El) 2006-

Maria (Maria Louise Kanellis) 2004-2010

  • Genius Ditz: On one hand, she can accidentally say the wrong thing, but on the other hand...
  • Brainy Brunette: Subverted due to her role as a ditzy interviewer, but if provoked, it plays straight.
  • Break the Cutie: Eric Bischoff put her in matches against Kurt Angle and Umaga.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Chris Masters assumed she just made a mistake when she called him 'The Masterbate' but it stands to reason she actually heard people saying that and didn't realize why it was derogatory.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Seriously. Girl can't remember who the President is, but she can spout of a stream of perfect legalese during the Bischoff Trial arc in a fabulous Take That to everyone who was stereotyping her as a ditz.
    • To everyone who doesn't know how it started, Bischoff forced her to fight against Kurt Angle when Maria was interviewing him. Maria got hit by a vicious Angle Slam and could've had the Ankle Lock on her had Cena not come in. Then when she's called for duty, she asks Mick Foley to bring out Mr. Socko so she can explain her opinion on Bischoff. Instead of being bubbly and sweet she turns serious and gives this answer:

 Maria: Last week, Eric Bischoff abused his power in a way that was malicious and capricious. It is this rash discourse that has ultimately led the locker room into disdain and mutiny, and should be grounds for his immediate dismissal.

  • Ensemble Darkhorse: She's always been extremely popular, and was voted 2009 Diva of the Year.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: She likes leopards, and she got a specially-designed leopard print outfit from Project Runway.
  • Fiery Redhead: When she dyed her hair.
  • In the Hood: Subverted - she's adorable and cute and blows kisses when she takes her hood off.
  • Perky Female Minion: When she was Santino Marella's valet, then again with Dolph Ziggler
  • Screwed By WWE Execs: Released by WWE at what appears to be a really head-scratch-inducing time; just as she's getting national television exposure on The Apprentice. Rumor has it that the WWE brass didn't want her pulling a Stacy Keibler and leaving wrestling once she got famous.

Maryse (Maryse Ouellet) 2006-2011

Maxine (Karlee Perez) 2010-

Melina (Melina Nava Perez) 2004-2011

Michelle McCool (Michelle Leigh McCool-Callaway) 2004-2011

Mickie James (Mickie Laree James) 2005-2010

Naomi Knight (Trinity McCray) 2010-

Natalya (Natalie "Nattie" Katherine Neidhart) 2008-

Tamina Snuka (Sarona Reiher) 2010


Debuted in the WWE, Inc. Era (2011-2014)

Kharma (Kia Stevens) 2011

Emma (Tenille Dashwood) 2014-

Summer Rae (Danielle Moinet) 2013-

The Reality Era (2014-0

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