WWE: Ranking the Top Five Women’s Champions of All Time

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1. Charlotte Flair

Since ushering in the official start of the “women’s evolution” in WWE, Charlotte Flair has been the dominant force in front leading the charge. When she started out her WWE career, she was mostly known for being Ric Flair’s daughter. She was determined to break out of her father’s shadow and show that she is just as good or even better than her Hall of Fame father.

Over the past few years, Flair has been the Diva’s Champion, Raw Women’s Champion, SmackDown, Women’s Champion, and NXT Women’s Champion. Her combined reigns stand at twelve, shattering Stratus’s former record of seven. She is now only six more reigns from tieing her father’s reigns as World Champion. At this rate, she may shatter his record as well.

While on the list of her accomplishments, Flair was also the winner of the 2020 Women’s Royal Rumble match. She would choose to face the NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley and go on to defeat her at WrestleMania 36 for the championship, her most recent title reign. She would later lose the title to Io Shirai in a triple threat match that also included Ripley. After losing the championship, Charlotte would face Asuka for the Raw Women’s Championship.

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After losing that match, Charlotte would be written off television until this very day. Although, Charlotte was drafted to Raw during the recent draft, foreshadowing her return. Once Charlotte is back on Raw full time you can only expect Charlotte will continue to reign dominant as the Queen.