The latest PWI has the women's equivalent of the 500 out with the female 50.they are only ranking women who regularly wrestle in the US so there are alot of wrestlers who could be on a world-wide list not recognized. some of the placements are a little surprising but it is afterall a pwi list. The Divas and Konockouts dominate the top 20 but Shimmer wins out overall in representation. I guess the most "controversial" aspects are the WWE Divas Not on the list and lack of recoginition of Mexican and Japanese wrestlers. Overall I'd say it's a realatively fair assesment of the women's scene in the US. There is alot of talent out there and I'd really like to see someone put some money into a Shimmer TV show. I do give kudos to TNA for allowing their stars to continue wrestling for Shimmer. here are the rankings.
1. Mickie James (Alexis Laree, Mickey Laree James) WWE SD 2. Angelina Love (Angel Williams, Lauren Williams) TNA 3. Melina WWE Raw 4. MsChiff Shimmer, NWA 5. Tara (Victoria, Lisa Marie Varone) TNA 6. Awesome Kong TNA, Shimmer 7. Beth Phoenix WWE SD 8. Michelle McCool WWE SD 9. Maryse (Maryse Oulette) WWE Raw 10. Taylor Wilde (Shantelle Taylor) TNA, Shimmer 11. Sara Del Rey Shimmer/ROH 12. Cheerleader Melissa (Alissa Flash, Raisha Saeed, Melissa Anderson) TNA, Shimmer 13. Gail Kim WWE Raw 14. Mercedes Martinez Shimmer, WSU 15. ODB TNA 16. Daizee Haze Shimmer 17. Sarita (Sarah Stock) TNA 18. Daffney TNA 19. Madison Rayne (Ashley Lane) TNA, Shimmer 20. Katie Lea Burchill WWE ECW 21. Nikki Roxx (Roxxi, Nicole Rackzinski) TNA , Shimmer 22. Angel Orsini WSU 23. Velvet Sky (Talia Madison, Jamie Szantyr) TNA 24. Sojourner Bolt TNA 25. Natalya (Natalie Neidhart) WWE SD 26. Rain (Peyton Banks) Shimmer 27. Amber O'Neal Shimmer 28. Jillian Hall WWE Raw 29. Jetta Shimmer 30. Lufisto Shimmer, ICW 31. Madison Eagles Shimmer, Chikara 32. Neveah Shimmer 33. Wesna Busic Shimmer 34. Kelly Kelly (Barbie Blank) WWE Raw 35. Portia Perez Shimmer 36. Danyah Shimmer, Wrestlelicious 37. Ariel Shimmer 38. Jennifer Blake Shimmer 39. Nicole Matthews Shimmer 40. Serena Deeb WWE FCW, Shimmer 41. Allison Danger Shimmer, CRASH 42. Malia Hosaka Shimmer 43. Lexie Fyfe Shimmer 44. Jamie D indy 45. Amy Lee WSU, WEW 46. Annie Social Shimmer 47. April Hunter WEW, WXW 48. Cherry Bomb Shimmer, PWX 49. Jessie McKay Shimmer, Chikara 50. Rosa Mendez (Roucka) WWE Raw
I have seen Jessie McKay (#49) in CZW a couple of times and in Chikara, and she was great in every appearance. Having her next to Rosa Mendez (#50) of all people is a shame. And if they went for sheer workrate, Sara Del Ray would be top three at the very least, perhaps even number one.
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Watch for Madison Eagles, #31 on this list. She could be a major breakout star if TNA or WWE ever decided to sign her up and not make her Outback Jackie. The only thing I can compare her to is the first time I saw Mike Awesome. This very big worker who flies around with the agility of a cruiserweight but has the strength of a power wrestler.
Also, unlikely ever to be signed, but Wesna Busic is just an amazing worker. Her matches with Amazing Kong, Lufisto, and Cheerleader Melissa were some of the best I've seen of either gender the last few years.
Lastly, Portia Perez is my favorite heel in the world right now. And Nicole Matthews is going to be a star very soon.
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She posted on (and was much more active on) another board I'm a member of, and made it known she was beginning to train to be a wrestler (this was a few years ago). She would check in every now & then, but she hasn't been active on that other board for at least a year.
Originally posted by Spaceman SpiffShe posted on (and was much more active on) another board I'm a member of, and made it known she was beginning to train to be a wrestler (this was a few years ago). She would check in every now & then, but she hasn't been active on that other board for at least a year.
Thought that might be something like that Gracias.
I'd look forward to a Shawn Michaels autobiography...but not one that's published under the WWE banner. Or for that matter, a Lance Storm or Eric Bischoff autobiography...once again, not published with assistance from the WWE.