So keep in mind, some women featured here may not be ranked as high as they would be on an all-time greatest list.
The criteria for the ranking is based on a mixture of how management pushed them, their importance to the company, their popularity and their in-ring abilities. 's WWE seemed to have big things in mind for Ashley Massaro before she gave up on the sport.
Soon, Massaro was pushed as one of the top women in the company.
She also reached out beyond the wrestling world as she posed for the cover of .
We've seen evil managers, sexy valets, brave backstage interviewers and amazing wrestlers.
Check out her work with Blayze at Summer Slam 94 for a hard-hitting divas match the likes of which we don't see anymore.
Her abrupt departure is a bit of a mystery, as she was pretty decent in the ring and one of the best characters in the division.
WWE Active Years: 2002-04Accolades: Female winner of Bull Nakano was not your typical WWE Diva. Nakano had two runs in the WWF, neither one lasting long enough.
This list takes a look at the greatest women wrestlers and personalities in WWE since the beginning of the Wrestle Mania era.
This is only for a woman's contribution solely to the WWF/E.