Around a year ago, every member of the WWE Universe was discussing how this was the best era in the history of women’s wrestling, thanks to the Four Horsewomen. Sasha Banks, Bayley, Becky Lynch, and most importantly, Charlotte Flair, were leading the charge and ushering in a brand new era where women stood toe-to-toe with men.
Fast forward a year, and two women have emerged from the debris as the MVPs of the WWE Women's Division, across the two brands. The first is the daughter of (arguably) the greatest wrestler of all time, Ric Flair. The aforementioned, Charlotte. A woman that many have already dubbed the greatest female sports entertainer, maybe ever.
However, another contender has emerged to challenge The Queen’s throne now. A woman, who was at best, a mid-carder in NXT, has risen the ranks and become the first ever Raw and SmackDown Live Women’s Champion.
Only five feet tall, her accomplishments tower over almost everyone in WWE. In our estimation, she may even be a better performer than Charlotte Flair. In this piece, we shall detail why we think so.
#5 Significantly better promo skills
Remember the iconic feud between Charlotte and Sasha Banks that redefined women’s wrestling forever, with the first ever women’s Hell In a Cell match and the first ever Women's Iron Man match in the main roster?
While we remember the pay-per-views fondly, the episodes of Raw between the pay-per-views were simply quite intolerable. This is because, as good as the Four Horsewomen are, between the ropes, they lack when it comes to cutting promos and advancing the ongoing storyline.
What Alexa Bliss lacks in physique, she makes up for the same with her presence. When she has a microphone in her hand, she is simply unstoppable.