It doesn't take a genius to realize that WWE hasn't exactly offered equal opportunities for male and female wrestlers over its lifespan, one thing that's for sure is that the company has played host to some of the most gorgeous women ever seen on television.
While WWE's focus is currently shifting from women being seen as little more than eye candy to fully-fledged in-ring competitors, there's no denying that the division is still stacked with beautiful women.
Looking further back through WWE's history, ever since Sable began rewriting the rules for what is appropriate wrestling programming and what isn't, WWE has made a conscious effort to bring as many models to TV as possible, despite many of them not possessing more than an ounce of wrestling ability.
Although that trend has been completely thrown on its head due to the establishment of NXT, which offers an equal opportunity pathway to WWE's main roster through its developmental program, WWE has created a long list of hot women to have graced the squared circle.
We're not talking hot as in the cute girl you'd take home to meet your family - cough, Bayley, cough - but the kind of woman that alarms conservative mothers across the world when going through their son's recent Google searches.
While Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock and later John Cena became idols for young men all around the world from the late 90s through the 00s, the Divas are solely responsible for many awkward conversations between parents and their sons.
These are the top 25 hottest WWE Divas of all time.
24 Brie Bella
22 The Kat
20 Dawn Marie
16 Mickie James
14 Kelly Kelly
13 Christy Hemme
12 Candice Michelle
11 Michelle McCool
10 Eva Marie
8 AJ Lee
4 Nikki Bella
3 Torrie Wilson
2 Stacy Keibler
1 Trish Stratus
If you asked 10 guys who they think the hottest Diva of all time is, chances are all 10 of them are going to answer with the same name: Trish Stratus. As the big-breasted valet for Test and Albert, it would have been hard to foresee Stratus breaking out as arguably the best female competitor in the past 20 years. However, after distancing herself from valet roles, Stratus led the division from her first Women's Championship reign in 2001 until her departure in 2006, leaving the company having held the Women's Championship a record seven times and retiring as champion. Although she has made sporadic appearances with the company since her departure, Stratus has established an award-winning yoga studio and program, earning her award for Best New Business and Business Woman of the Year. Not only is she still incredibly stunning after delivering her first child, she continues to be involved in numerous charities and fundraising efforts.
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