#TIWTop10 – Random Thoughts

The Top 10 Women Wrestlers in the WORLD

Each month we compile a list of the most asked for and featured Women in the world of Pro Wrestling & Sports Entertainment. 
Criteria:  Pro Wrestling in the form of Sports Entertainment is an open-ended, continuous series of events in a never ending script of Good VS. Evil.   The “workers” job is to take such a position with their mantra that their maneurisms and “character” evoke those Good or Evil emotions in us all.  That….to us, is PRO WRESTLING.
This is our MONTLY list of the Women in the the Pro Wrestling world that we feel are the Best of the Best when it comes to:
  1. Ability to work.  “Work” the crowd, the cameras, the talent and the fans effortlessly creating an overall buy in to their person(a).
  2. Create TOTAL BUY IN to the character/persona/person through:
    • their in ring ability,
    • overall persona,
    • promo ability and
    • overall charismatic pull towards the authenticity of the product they put out in EVERY aspect of their professional trade.
  3. Each as a stand alone could define a brand.

WE scour promotions such as Stardom, GCW, Limitless, WWR, Beyond, Limitless, DEFY, Progress, WWE, NXT, Evolve, Synergy, Chikara, CZW, ROH, AAA, MLW, Impact, and so many more.  We do the work….You just gotta watch the talent and support them!

Sasha grabbing the belt from her bestie at Hell in a Cell cpmpletes an ongoing saga of

Improving in all aspects of her career over the course of 2020, we finally get to see the Bayley we all fell in love in NXT, mature in 2020 to capture a PWI #1.  Bayley carries that momentum through this month peaking with a loss at this months Hell in a Cell.  Her run as the champ completes some amazing runs not only by Bayley but by the rest of the Four Horsewomen as well.  Feeling a HUGE set up for the Four Horsewomen to run the table as new talent rises becomes more and more viable.  With the return of Toni Storm at #9 and Ember Moon at #10 on this months list allowed a major shift in the WWE Roster to continue for the women’s division.