6 Female WWE Superstars who are future Hall of Famers

6 Female WWE Superstars who are future Hall of Famers

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6 Female WWE Superstars who are future Hall of Famers
WWE greats in Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair are undoubtedly future Hall of Famers

Over the last couple of decades, female superstars have undoubtedly left their mark in WWE.

Hall of Famers like the late Chyna, Trish Stratus, Lita and Beth Phoenix have soared to insurmountable heights due to their hard work, immense in-ring ability and undying passion for this business.

In a similar vein, a host of superstars on the current roster are also carving out a success story that will most certainly see them inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in the years to come.

In this article, we look at six female WWE Superstars who are future Hall of Famers:

#6 WWE Superstar – Natalya

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Natalya has been with the WWE for well over a decade.

Having debuted in 2008, Natalya has kept herself relevant till date, which is testament to her longevity in the business. This is no surprise as she comes from the great Hart family whose passion for professional wrestling is beyond words.

The Canadian superstar was the first woman in WWE history to hold the Divas championship as well as the SmackDown Women’s championship, which is certainly a praise worthy feat.

WWE Hall of Famer Booker T on his Hall of Fame podcast in July 2021 called Natalya the best women’s superstar in WWE history. This is what he had to say:

“I say that because of the time that she’s put in. I think about the longevity. Natalya has outlasted every other woman that has ever come along in this business and worked in that position in that company. Now, there are a lot of women that are better wrestlers, you could say there are a lot of guys that were better wrestlers than I was, but I lasted over 20 years active in the middle of the ring. That’s what I’m thinking about when I say Natalya. She’s won championships, she’s been there the longest as well as she’s that carpenter in the locker room for other wrestlers, ladies that are coming up. They look at her with a whole lot of respect.”

With her undying passion for pro wrestling and her longevity in this business, Natalya in time will undoubtedly be a WWE Hall of Famer.

#5 WWE Superstar – Alexa Bliss

Alexa Bliss is one of the most accomplished female superstars on the current WWE roster.

Her accolades of being a former five-time WWE Women’s Champion (three-time RAW and two-time Smackdown), two-time Women’s Tag Team Champion and 2018 Women’s Money in the Bank winner are certainly up there with the very best.

Apart from such praise-worthy feats, she has also effortlessly managed to change her on-screen gimmicks. From being a Goddess to a 180 shift of portraying a super-natural character makes Alexa the complete superstar worthy of a future Hall of Fame induction.

#4 WWE Superstar – Bayley

Bayley is one of the most talented superstars ever to step foot in WWE.

A former three-time WWE Women’s Champion (one-time RAW and two-time Smackdown), two-time Women’s Tag Team Champion and 2019 Women’s Money in the Bank winner, Bayley has reached the summit of success in the wrestling business.

The aforementioned accolades have also anointed her as the first women’s Triple Crown Champion and Grand Slam winner in WWE history. Her feuds with fellow greats like Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, Alexa Bliss and Charlotte Flair have been nothing short of phenomenal.

With such laurels to speak of, a future Hall of Fame induction will surely be in the cards for this accomplished wrestler.

#3 WWE Superstar – Sasha Banks

Sasha Banks has been the cornerstone of the WWE Women’s division for half a decade.

The former six-time World Champion (five-time RAW and one-time Smackdown), as well as two-time WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion, has made numerous opponents, including Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Bayley and Alexa Bliss, submit to The Bank Statement.

The extraordinary talent that The Boss showcases when competing in the ring truly makes her The Blueprint of this business. With such accolades, one can certainly bank on Banks becoming a future WWE Hall of Famer.

#2 WWE Superstar – Charlotte Flair

Charlotte Flair is the true Queen of WWE. Her popularity with the WWE Universe is simply exemplary.

The current Smackdown Women’s Champion is in her record sixth reign. The Queen has also held the RAW Women’s Championship on six occasions. She has also written her name in the history books in terms of the Tag Team division, as a former Women’s Tag Team Champion with Asuka.

Flair has laid countless opponents to rest with her in-ring athleticism and brute strength. Charlotte was also at the forefront of the Women’s Revolution back in 2016 when she defeated Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch to become the first WWE Women’s Champion at WrestleMania 32.

With such royalty in her performance a WWE Hall of Fame induction will definitely merit The Queen in time to come.

#1 WWE Superstar – Becky Lynch

Becky Lynch is arguably the most vital cog in the women’s division today.

The ovation she commands from the fans every time she steps into the squared circle is undoubtedly second to none. The Man has dominated a host of opponents since her debut in the company, with the latest casualty being Charlotte Flair at the recently concluded Survivor Series pay-per-view.

The former Royal Rumble winner is currently in her second reign as the RAW Women’s Champion, apart from holding the SmackDown Women’s Championship on four occasions.

With such praise-worthy accolades, Big Time Becks will unquestionably be anointed amongst the very best in the WWE Hall of Fame.


What other female WWE Superstars do you think will be inducted into the Hall of Fame when they retire? Share your thoughts in the comments section below?

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