Ranking every WWE Women’s Champion from worst to best

Ranking every WWE Women’s Champion from worst to best

1. Trish Stratus

Trish Stratus is synonymous with the WWE Women’s Championship. She boasts the most reigns with the title at seven and the longest consecutive modern-day reign, 448 days.

Even more, Stratus represented the perfect blend of sex appeal, athleticism, and in-ring ability. WWE tried many times to find another woman to fit this prototype, but they were never able to capture the magic of her run with the company again.

Of course, Stratus was rough around the edges when she joined WWE as a valet in March of 2000. She eventually came into her own as one of the biggest stars in the Attitude Era.

After Chyna left the company in 2001, Trish Stratus became the face of the women’s division, winning her first WWE Women’s Championship at Survivor Series. Over the next two years, she enjoyed four stints as champion as a murder’s row of villains helps to elevate her into a competent protagonist.

Stratus eventually turned heel at WrestleMania XX. She won the title for a record-setting fifth time at Bad Blood in June of 2004. Trish held the championship for 176 days before she lost it to Lita in their legendary main event match on Raw in December.

A month later, Lita’s knee injury forced her to take some time off, leading to Stratus’ sixth and most successful reign. It culminated with an all-time classic match with Mickie James at WrestleMania 22.

Stratus won the WWE Women’s Championship one last time in her hometown at Unforgiven 2006, cementing her legacy as the greatest competitor in the title’s 54-year history.

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