Top 25 Most Impactful Women


When the WWE women's division was reactivated in 1993, Alundra Blayze was the lady to beat. Holding the Women's Championship on three separate occasions, the athletic Blayze reigned supreme over some of the most physically powerful female competitors of all time, including Bull Nakano, Aja Kong and the monstrous Bertha Faye. Blayze's career wasn't without controversy though. After leaving WWE in 1995, she infamously dropped the Women's Title in a garbage can live on WCW's Monday Nitro. The act damaged Blayze's character in the eyes of many, but her impact as a competitor cannot be denied.