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5 Oldest WWE Superstars in the Women's division

These 5 women are well into their thirties!

Top 5 / Top 10 20 Apr 2017, 19:36 IST
There are some gifted women on this list

The professional wrestling industry is one where, by and large, you live and die by how good your physical conditioning is. That means, more often than not, older Superstars tend to fade away from the spotlight. Unless, of course, your name is Bill Goldberg, but that’s a story for another day.

Unlike some legendary exceptions such as Ric Flair and Chris Jericho, professional wrestlers tend to become worse as they approach their forties. It’s even worse in the case of the WWE’s Women’s Division, where legends such as Trish Stratus and Lita hung up their boots in their thirties.

But, with the new found Women’s Revolution, the female Superstars on the World Wrestling Entertainment roster seem to be in a position to break this stereotype once and for all, and prove that they can hang around the business just as long as the men.

With this in mind, today we explore the 5 oldest women on the WWE roster. So, without any further ado, here is our list of 5 oldest WWE Superstars in the Women’s Division.

Note: Stephanie McMahon, despite being 40 years old, has not been considered for this list due to her status as CBO of the WWE, and not a full-time performer.

#5 Summer Rae – 33 years of age

Summer Rae’s WWE career has not been great

Despite what I said about women in the WWE primed to break the stereotype of retiring younger than men, it doesn’t seem likely that Summer Rae is going to be the one to make it happen. After all, she is already 33 years old.

Since making her main roster debut in 2013, her career trajectory has been decidedly below average, unfortunately. She started off as Fandango’s dance partner and then engaged in a strange four-way feud involving her on-screen boyfriend Rusev, Rusev’s real life fiance Lana, and Dolph Ziggler.

She was finally involved in a short-lived segment with Tyler Breeze before being drafted to Raw during the Brand Split. She hasn’t been seen on WWE programming since, due to numerous injuries that have kept her away from the squared circle.

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