Trish Stratus, Lita, and Victoria have long been away from WWE. They might be one of the greatest WWE divas, but it's about time that WWE allows other women wrestlers to achieve glory. Back then, the women were referred to as divas. Now, every WWE wrestler on the roster is called a superstar.
So, who are the best women superstars of WWE's New Era? Want to find out? Well, let's do it together.
She isn't really an active member of the roster, but Sarah Amato is a great coach at WWE NXT. She has been a significant factor in developing the women's roster of WWE NXT, especially since she became the assistant head coach.
Emma was a particularly entertaining performer at WWE NXT, but her antics there didn't translate well once she became part of the main roster. Thankfully, she returned to NXT and looked more badass than before.
Apparently, Emma will return to WWE Raw as Emmalina, and we hope that she will be a formidable heel.
Alexa Bliss recently entered WWE SmackDown, and she is already making waves. She may not be a champion yet, but she has achieved success by being a strong heel against Becky Lynch.
Nikki Bella has been on Total Divas and her boyfriend is John Cena. In fact, she is considered as the last WWE "diva". In the end, we should not bring her down because she is still a veteran who helped carry the torch while the new female wrestlers were still unavailable.
Her alluring skin, energetic scream, and raw energy were refreshing. Even when she didn't achieve greatness as part of the main roster, Paige was remarkable for her performance on WWE NXT.
Asuka has proved that fans will love the women wrestlers as long as they can wrestle well. She has a different attitude and style of fighting, and fans love her for that. For once, there was a woman wrestler who fought like she could really beat up her opponent.
Becky Lynch didn't look like she would have a long career at WWE when she entered NXT, but her move to WWE SmackDown allowed her to gain a lot of fans. She gained a lot after getting away from Sasha and Charlotte.
It would have been weird to see someone like Bayley a decade ago. But now, everyone loves her. The young WWE fans can't get enough of her, and her style is incredibly fun to watch.
Sasha Banks sincerely lived up to her own expectations. Who wouldn't love her? She became one of the first women to fight a Hell in a Cell match. Everyone loves a tough, confident woman.
Charlotte is definitely my favorite female WWE superstar of the New Era. She doesn't just have a tough persona, but she's also physically intimidating. Also, did you know that her father is Ric Flair? In the end, she does not need that association because she deserves to be a champion.
Who's your favorite female WWE superstar?