The Strongest Women In Wrestling History

The Strongest Women of Wrestling

4. Chyna

Chyna (Real Name: Joan Laurer) first joined the WWF in 1997 as the female bodyguard of Hunter Hearst Helmsley.

Soon she had plastic face surgery, in order to look more like an actual woman, which succeeded as it got her a deal with Playboy, where she ended up appearing twice as their cover girl over the years.

Chyna left the WWF in 2001 on bad terms and never returned to the promotion till she passed away in 2016.

† Rest In Peace Joan Marie Laurer
December 27, 1969 – April 20, 2016

3. Midnight

Midnight (Real Name: Ann-Marie Crooks) joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1999, managing the tag team of Harlem Heat.

When the team broke up, she stayed on Booker T’s side against the newly formed team of Harlem Heat 2000 featuring Stevie Ray & Big T.

Midnight left the promotion in early 2000 and never returned to the sport of professional wrestling again.

2. Asya

Asya (Real Name: Christi Wolf) first entered the world of Pro-Wrestling when she appeared on WCW TV in 1999 as Ric Flair’s head nurse in the mental instituition he was in (storyline wise).

The big bodybuilder woman was involved in various feuds during her one and a half year WCW career, before she was fired in August of 2000.

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