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In the wrestling world womens posses the same place as male, they are great entertainers as male wrestlers. We made this Comparison List of famous Female Wrestlers from various wrestling platforms like WWE, TNA, Pro-Wrestling etc...

This Female Wrestlers Comparison List gives You a great idea about how much tall they are compared to each other.All from the shortest female Wrestler to the tallest one. If you see the history, women have served in various onscreen roles in professional wrestling promotion WWE. In the 90s, World Wrestling Entertainment introduced the term Diva to refer to its female performers. The term was applied to women who appear as wrestlers, managers or valets, backstage interviewers, or ring announcers.

Below are some of the Facts and little description of various Divas The Order is from shortest to tallest Female Wrestlers

Zelina Vega

5'0" feet \ 152 cm


Mannn in attitude era we thought Gail Kim, Trish, Molly are the smallest and in Diva Era Aj Lee is the Smallest, and new era we thought it was Miss Bliss but here we are Zeliva Vega. Partnering with Andrade, Vega first struck up their partnership years ago in Mexico, where Andrade rose to notoriety as an acclaimed third-generation luchador. They then reunited in NXT when Vega emerged to put a stop to a losing streak that was threatening to derail Andrade’s promising career. 

Alexa bliss

5' 1" feet \ 155 cm

Alexa Bliss joined the SmackDown roster in 2016, and it’s been nothing but success since. Within her first year in WWE, she became the first Superstar to win both the SmackDown Women's Championship and the Raw Women's Championship, defeating the likes of Bayley and Becky Lynch to do so.

Kairi Sane

5' 1" feet \ 155 cm

Kairi found her way to WWE, joining NXT in summer 2017 and immediately announcing her participation in the inaugural Mae Young Classic. Kairi Sane’s resume read like the accomplishments of 10 athletes. Apart from the laundry list of championships procured in the Japanese women’s promotion Stardom.


5'2" feet \ 157 cm

First introduced herself to the WWE Universe on the third season of WWE NXT. She finished in third place but won many WWE fans with her lucha-inspired moveset and indomitable fighting spirit.

A year after debuting on SmackDown in May 2011, AJ was pivotal in the 18-second outcome of the World Heavyweight Championship Match at WrestleMania XXVIII with a kiss to her beau, Daniel Bryan.


5' 2" feet \ 157 cm

Nikki A.S.H., she strives to be a positive force for good and always find a way to leap to new heights. And those heights took her into the 2021 Money in the Bank Ladder Match where she ultimately rose above seven top-notch competitors to seize the coveted contract.

The determined Superstar didn't wait long to make the most of her opportunity, as she cashed in the following night on Charlotte Flair to usher in her first reign as Raw Women's Champion.

Madison Rayne

5' 2" feet \ 157 cm

A 13-year ring veteran, Rayne is a multi-time champion who has competed on tours of Japan, the U.K., mainland Europe and the United Arab Emirates, and crossed paths with the likes of former WWE Women’s Champion Mickie James in the past. 


5' 3" feet \ 160 cm

From her debut in NXT in October 2015 until WrestleMania 34 in April 2018, Asuka Marching to the ring in a traditional noh mask and kaleidoscopic battle gear and looking every bit the victor before the opening bell even rings. Asuka has used her perfect technique and wicked intentions to take down everybody from Becky Lynch to Bayley to Sasha Banks.

Mickie James

5' 3" feet \ 160 cm

Mickie departed WWE in April 2010, she reemerged in fall 2016 and challenged NXT Champion Asuka at NXT TakeOver: Toronto. She stunned the WWE Universe on Jan. 17, 2017, when it was discovered that she was in fact the mysterious La Luchadora who had been helping SmackDown Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss make Becky Lynch’s life miserable for weeks.

Dana Brooke

5' 3" feet \ 160 cm

Brooke joined NXT in 2013 from the world of fitness competitions. Bringing a body chiseled out of stone to the squared circle, the naturally gifted competitor picked up the ring game with ease.

She became the first WWE Superstar to ever compete in the Fitness International competition at the 2015 Arnold Sports Festival, and has been demonstrating her strength and power on both Raw and SmackDown ever since.

Karlee perez

5' 3" feet \ 160 cm

Professional wrestler, and valet, best known for her work in WWE under the ring name Maxine. She is also known for her appearances with Lucha Underground under the ring name Catrina between 2015 and 2016.

Trish Startus

5' 3" feet \ 160 cm

She entered WWE in March 2000 as a manager, leading the careers of Test, Albert and Val Venis. Immediately, the WWE Universe could tell she was someone worth looking at it, but Trish was dismissed as just that eye candy.

She proved she was more than just a pretty face when she started competing in 2001. In November of that year, Trish captured her first Women's Championship when she won a Six-Pack Challenge Match at Survivor Series. 

Gail Kim

5' 3" feet \ 160 cm

Professional wrestler, currently signed to Impact Wrestling, where she serves as a producer. In Impact Wrestling, she is also a record setting seven-time Knockouts Champion. 

Kelly Kelly

5' 4" feet \ 162 cm

In 2005, the teenager Kelly took WWE by storm as an exhibitionist on the relaunched ECW. Kelly Kelly’s debut gig as one-third of ECW’s Extreme Exposé dance troupe with Layla and Brooke. Or, you might not. And that’s because Kelly Kelly to the surprise of many improved year after year to show the world that she wasn't just another disposable Superstar. 


5'5" feet \ 165 cm

Lita made her WWE debut in 2000 alongside Essa Rios and quickly led him to the Light Heavyweight Championship that February, though the pair would split a few months later. Lita then hooked up with The Hardy Boyz to form Team Xtreme, beginning a partnership that would last nearly five years.

Shasha Banks

5'5" feet \ 165 cm

Banks worked her way through various promotions before finally getting a foot in the door in WWE NXT. Eventually, the quiet but talented young woman found her voice, and The Boss was born.


5'5" feet \ 165 cm

The daughter of Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart, Natalya came agonizingly close to capturing championships for several years until she finally broke through at SummerSlam 2017, defeating Naomi for the SmackDown Women’s Championship to earn the gold for the first time since claiming the Divas Title in 2010. 


5'5" feet \ 165 cm

The stunning Mella became the self-professed "Most Beautiful Women in All of WWE" and took her talents to Raw as a result of the 2021 WWE Draft.


5'5" feet \ 165 cm

Naomi first turned heads as a dancer for the NBA's Orlando Magic and hip-hop stars like Flo Rida. These talents would take her around the world, as Naomi performed everywhere from North Korea to Indonesia.

Despite all that success, Naomi's dance steps couldn’t satisfy her competitive spirit, which is how she found herself as a contestant on WWE NXT.

Becky Lynch

5'6" feet \ 168 cm

Lynch gave the Women’s division a shot in the arm in 2018 when she won her second SmackDown Women’s Championship, leading an invasion of Raw that left Ronda Rousey demoralized and humiliated this despite Becky suffering a concussion in the process. 

Brie Bella

5'6" feet \ 168 cm

Debuting on SmackDown in 2008, Brie defeated her first opponent, Victoria, by way of “Twin Magic” a move in which she and her identical sister, Nikki, secretly switched places during matches. In 2011, this sneaky tactic helped Brie defeat Eve to win the Divas Championship. 

Maria Kanellis

5'6" feet \ 168 cm

Beautiful Maria first caught the attention of the WWE Universe when she nearly won the 2004 Diva Search. Although she didn't come out on top in the competition, the Illinois native still made her way to Raw as a backstage interviewer who wasn't afraid to ask any question, from the hard-hitting to the quirkily obvious. 


5'6" feet \ 168 cm

Joined NXT’s burgeoning Women’s division in 2012. Unlike her contemporaries, she didn’t mirror Charlotte’s confidence, Sasha Banks’ swagger or Becky Lynch’s toughness. Instead, Bayley had an ever-present smile and an overwhelming enthusiasm that made it impossible to root against her.

Angelina Love

5'6" feet \ 168 cm

Professional wrestler currently signed to Ring of Honor where she is a former Women of Honor World Champion. She is best known for her time in TNA/Impact Wrestling under the ring name Angelina Love. 

Velvet Sky 

5'6" feet \ 168 cm

American retired professional wrestler currently signed to NWA as a color commentator. She is best known for her time in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling under the ring name Velvet Sky.


5'6" feet \ 168 cm

Nikki originally planned to play professional soccer until a leg injury ended her career. From there, she followed her twin sister Brie’s lead into WWE. Unsuccessful in seizing spots in the 2006 WWE Raw Diva Search, The Bellas caught the eyes of execs and soon landed in FCW.


5'7" feet \ 170 cm

Born into a wealthy Russian family, Lana’s neighbors were ex-presidents, diplomats and other powerful political figures. Encouraged by her parents to discover an investment hobby, Lana invested her knowledge and business acumen into Rusev. Living by the philosophy that no mountain is too high to climb, Lana has used her cunning to conquer WWE.

Ronda Rousey

5'7" feet \ 170 cm

Given her status as the Strikeforce Women’s Bantamweight Champion before that promotion was absorbed by the UFC, Rousey was named the first-ever UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion upon her arrival. It's no surprise that she was destined to become the first woman to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame on July of 2018.

Shayna Baszler

5'7" feet \ 170 cm

American professional wrestler and former mixed martial artist. She is currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the SmackDown brand. Baszler is a former two-time and longest combined-reigning NXT Women's Champion and a two-time WWE Women's Tag Team Champion with Nia Jax.

Maryse Ouellet

5'7" feet \ 170 cm

Maryse’s accomplished skills between the ropes also made the French-Canadian Superstar an extremely talented manager, as she guided a number of her fellow contenders to squared circle success. It is that experience that should be of great concern to the WWE locker room. 

Eve Torres

5'7" feet \ 170 cm

Eve rose to the top of the division in a short time after winning the 2007 Diva Search. In 2010, she made history by becoming the first Diva Search winner to capture the Divas Championship when she shocked Maryse with a crafty reversal into an impressive bridge pin. 

Eve Marie

5'7" feet \ 170 cm

Eva Marie’s journey through the ranks of WWE’s Divas division was first chronicled on the hit E! reality series, Total Divas. There, she navigated personal and professional obstacles in an attempt to become the face of the division. 

SoCal Val

5'7" feet \ 170 cm

Paige Nicole Mayo is an American professional wrestling valet, occasional professional wrestler, interviewer, ring announcer, model and ringside attendant who is better known by her ring name SoCal Val.

Beth Phoenix

5'7" feet \ 170 cm

Phoenix pursued WWE, hoping to bring her own brand of justice to the women’s division. Early on, she laid down the law in WWE, but following some encouraging early wins, her momentum unexpectedly stalled when her jaw was artfully rearranged during a match against Victoria.


5'8" feet \ 173 cm

With the pale skin and goth-festival makeup that gave her the name of the “Anti-Diva,” but she quickly earned a reputation as the Superstar who would, could (and ultimately did) carry the WWE women’s division into the future.

Billie Kay

5'8" feet \ 173 cm

Kay joined NXT in 2015, and her signing coincided with that of her BFF, Peyton Royce. Agreeing to watch each other’s back, the two Aussies formed a powerful alliance called The Iconic Duo. 

Torrie Wilson

5'8" feet \ 173 cm

Wilson’s entrance into sports-entertainment came out of a backstage visit to WCW with her then-boyfriend. She ended up accompanying Scott Steiner to the ring, and stayed in the industry for close to a decade after that. 

Lisa Marie Varon

5'8" feet \ 173 cm

American fitness competitor, bodybuilder and retired professional wrestler best known for her tenure with WWE under the ring name Victoria and her time spent as an Impact Wrestling Knockout under the ring name Tara. Varon held both companies woman's championships on several occasions. 


5'9" feet \ 176 cm

Ms. Fox has appeared on Raw, SmackDown and WWE NXT, scissor-kicking her way past Beth Phoenix, Maryse, Eve, Gail Kim and The Bellas to etch her name in WWE’s record books as the first African-American woman to win the Divas Championship.

Michelle McCol

5'9" feet \ 176 cm

Introduced to the WWE Universe as a contestant in the 2004 Diva Search, McCool didn’t win the competition, but she was so dynamic that she was brought to Smack Down later that year. Before she ever stepped in the ring, Michelle was a teacher in Florida. She spent her days educating school children about science, but she always knew what she really wanted to do with her life.


5'10" feet \ 177 cm

An Italian-born American monster truck driver and former professional wrestler. As of 2015, she has been the commissioner of Japanese promotion World Wonder Ring Stardom. 


5'10" feet \ 178 cm

Chyna came to WWE to fight, serving as the intimidating bodyguard to both Triple H and Shawn Michaels as an original member of D-Generation X. She continued in the capacity of enforcer when the legendary group’s ranks swelled, but individual success was quick to follow.

Charlotte Flair

5'10" feet \ 178 cm

Charlotte first captured the attention of the WWE Universe with the type of statement victory that’s rarely been seen before or since. With her father watching on, Charlotte defeated Natalya at NXT TakeOver to win an eight-woman tournament on May 29, 2014, becoming the new NXT Women's Champion in the process.

Stacy Keibler

5'10" feet \ 178 cm

After winning WCW’s nationwide search for a new Nitro Girl, Keibler used her 42-inch stems to kick open that door of opportunity and become one of the most admired talents in WCW before it was purchased in 2001 by Mr. McMahon.


5'11" feet \ 180 cm

More than 270 pounds, this bad-tempered behemoth is not your typical Superstar. Beneath her black leather gladiator-like garments is a woman who’s trained in the dojo of joshi puroresu (female Japanese wrestling) and mixed martial arts – experience garnered while on a quest to prove WWE wrong after being told at a “Tough Enough” audition that she was “too fat” to make it as a WWE Superstar.

Nia Jax

6'0" feet \ 183 cm

Australian-born American professional wrestler best known for her time in WWE, under the ring name Nia Jax. Jax has won the Raw Women's Championship once and the Women's Tag Team Championship two times with Shayna Baszler. 

Nicole Bass

6'2" feet \ 188 cm

American bodybuilder, actress, professional wrestler, and professional wrestling valet. She worked for companies such as Extreme Championship Wrestling, World Wrestling Federation and XPW. She dies after suspected stroke, aged 52. she had got a strong body with a height of 6 ft and 2 inches. She had a body mass of 108Kg.



6'9" feet \ 206 cm

American actress and retired professional wrestler better known by her ring names, Isis the Amazon and Aloisia. She was known as tallest Diva to ever compete in the Wrestling history. At 6’9″, Lindsay Kay Hayward (real name) is tied with nine women as the tallest woman in the world.

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