The lady in question had to be active at the time of the release (not injure, retired or working an injured or retired angle- KAYFABE~!) and we had to have seen the lass wrestle at some point in our lives- though every attempt was made to see each of these within the last six months. The Chamber of 100 was Phil Rippa, Marcel Hille, Scott Leighton, Tim Noel, Dean Rasmussen, Pete Stein, Ray Duffy and Phil Shneider.
Nice to see Sherry Martel get a mention, I guess she's working some of the indys now. Too bad we didn't ever really get to see a Martel-(pre-inflated)Madusa extended string of matches. Of the ladies active in their heyday, I think they were the only two that might've been able to pull it off entertainingly.
Molly was 92. But I gotta wonder how Jackie is ranked the highest of all the WWF women.
It's sad that Trish didn't make the list at all, because she obviously tried so god damn hard in the past year to get better, to BE an actual wrestler, and hasn't done that bad of a job. The best US women's match (the only ones I saw) on my tv this year was Molly/Trish (not the Jazz beatdown one), which I believe was on a Smackdown. I didn't catch the apparent miracle that was Trish/Steph from WM17, but I think that only adds to the case for Trish. I haven't seen Jackie do anything but suck and flirt with Maven in the past 12 months, but... who knows.
...and was Dawn Marie at #100 another cutesy DVDVR pick like Storm was this year? Or is she actually wrestling now?
...speaking of... since wwf folks do visit the slash, maybe they'd come here (NO) and alright fine, damnit- HIRE SIMON DIAMOND ALREADY.
...and was Dawn Marie at #100 another cutesy DVDVR pick like Storm was this year? Or is she actually wrestling now --- DR: Rippa saw her actually wrestle. Said she's great at bumping and selling, but her punches suck.
Trish was so almost there. Talk to the DVDVR WWF contingent (RIPPPA!) for further 'plaining.