Computer Viruses may have delayed the results being announced but without further ado, here are the results for The Hottest Women of Wrestling as VOTED BY YOU!!! Hundreds of you have voted and the votes have been tallied, all of the points have been assigned and the list is finalized, so here it is.
Before we count down the top ten, here are some interesting notes regarding the list…
• a total of 101 different women were voted for in the poll.
• 7 women were tied for last position, with each receiving only 1 point – these women include: Tamina, ODB, Savannah, Missy Hyatt, Nadia, Heidi Lee Morgan and Vickie Guerrero.
• Coming in at #24 was Brie Bella, beating out her sister who came in at #27.
• Coming in at #42 was Santina Marella – placing higher then over half the list.
• Coming in at #11 and just missing out on the Top Ten was Christy Hemme.
So without further ado, let’s count down the ladies who you voted into the Top Ten.
NUMBER 10 – SUNNY
The original diva kicks off the list, coming in at #10. Sunny was making a name for herself, well before any other lady in this list. In fact, her big time debut came more then a decade before some of the ladies in this list – it goes to show that time hasn’t worked against Sunny and she is still regarded as one of the most beautiful divas in wrestling history.
NUMBER 9 – LAYLA
The flawless Diva Search Winner and former Women’s slash Diva’s Champion comes in at #9 and is the only woman in the Top Ten born outside of either the USA or Canada.
NUMBER 8 – LITA
Arguably the most important diva in an era that saw women’s wrestling in WWE thrive, the extreme diva comes in at #8, with more then 100points more then #10 and 70 more then #9.
NUMBER 7 – KELLY KELLY
Miss Barbie Blank comes in at #7. This former exhibitionist is the youngest lady on the list, having only turned 24 this past month.
NUMBER 6 – MARYSE
Maryse is the highest placed female to have come through the Diva Search competition. The lady who finished 7th in the 2006 Diva Search, interestingly places higher then all the winners.
NUMBER 5 – STACY KEIBLER
Stacy and her lovely legs come in at #5, placing significantly higher then any other former Nitro Girl – in fact, the highest placed former Nitro Girl other then Stacy is Kimberly Page who placed at #40.
NUMBER 4 – TORRIE WILSON
Of the 7 WWE Divas that appeared in Playboy whilst with the company, 4 of them placed between #11 and #15 – only 1 actually made it into the Tope Ten and that former cover girl is none other then Torrie Wilson. With 33% of the Top 15 posing for Playboy whilst contracted to WWE, one must wonder if such a photo shoot makes a difference – I however, like to think that Miss Wilson comes in a #4 because she charmed the audiences and was quite frankly, one beautiful lady.
NUMBER 3 – VELVET SKY
Velvet Sky comes in at #3 and interestingly, is the only lady in the top ten that hasn’t had a reasonable run within the WWE.
NUMBER 2 – MICKIE JAMES
Mickie James may have come in second, but this lady appeared in more lists then any other female on this list – 7 more in fact then the lady at #1. The lack of points may have prevented her securing that top spot, but regardless, Miss James is widely regarded as one of the most lovely women in wrestling.
NUMBER 1 – TRISH STRATUS
Taking out the #1 spot with ease is the woman that many consider the best ever – extremely talented within the ring, witty on the mic and as this poll proves, still regarded as one of the most beautiful women to ever step between the ropes. With nearly a hundred points more then second place, Trish Stratus topped the poll by a mile.
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