Nowadays, wrestling is played by not only male but also female people. The following are some of the greatest female wrestlers in the world.
Charlotte Flair, born on April 5, 1986, was an American professional wrestler, author, and actor. His father was a widely popular professional wrestler Ric Flair and his mother, Elizabeth. When she was young, Charlotte did not like being a part of her wrestling family. She is interested in fitness and sports and prepared to become a personal trainer.
She then graduated from Providence High School and became the school volleyball team’s captain from 2004 to 2005. In two years, she and her team won two ‘NCHSSA 4-A State Championships.’
Charlotte marked her first developmental contract with ‘WWE’ in May 2012. She had trained for one year and made the official in-ring debut in July 2013.
During her career, Charlotte Flair won multiple championships in the WWE. She was ranked first in PWI magazine’s top 50 female wrestlers list in 2016. In 2018, she ranked second in the list of top ten female wrestlers of the year released by ‘Sports Illustrated’ magazine.
Patricia Anne Stratigeas, known as Trish Stratus, was born in Flemingdon Park, Ontario, Canada, on December 18, 1975. Her father, Alice, was a real estate agent while her mother was an educator.
When she was young, Trish Stratus watched professional wrestling and admired many famous players such as Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage. When working as a fitness model, she landed a job of co-hosting Live Audio Wrestling with Big Daddy Donnie and Jeff Marek on Toronto Sports Radio, The FAN 590.
During her wrestling career, Stratus won WWF/E Championships for seven years in 2001; 2002; 2002; 2003; 2004; 2005; and 2006. She also was a WWE Hardcore Champion in 2002. (to be continued)