The women of the WWE are tenacious, unrelenting and ferocious. As some of the best fighters in the industry, it’s hard to believe that at one point they were rookies just starting out in the business. Some famous WWE female wrestlers in this list include:
These female wrestlers are blowing up the scene with their formidable athleticism and relentless personalities. You may know who they are today, but some of these rookie year pictures will show you the humble beginnings of female WWE wrestlers and their evolution as professional female wrestlers.
If you've ever found yourself wondering how some of your favorite female wrestlers looked at the beginning of their careers, take a look at these 12 rookie shots.
1. Sasha Banks, known as 'The Boss' of NXT, is one of the most well known female wrestlers in the WWE. A crowd pleaser who is never afraid to take risks, Sasha used to be a quiet young woman before entering the wrestling game and has since left a legacy for herself as a female wrestler like no other. Hailing from Boston and one of the best females in the sport, Sasha always puts on a great show.
2. Becky Lynch is one of the main contributors to the revolution of women's wrestling. Before signing with the WWE, Becky wrestled internationally for ten years, setting herself up for success as one of the WWE's most prolific wrestlers.
3. Paige has used her unique persona to dominate the female divison of the WWE. This 'Anti-Diva' is known as one of the most vocal and entertaining female wrestlers in the WWE. Paige has been wrestling since the age of 13 and as the daughter of two professional wrestlers, it's easy to see why she dominates the ring.
4. Bayley has come a long way since beginning her wrestling career. As a wrestling superfan from a young age, Bayley's enthusiastic and upbeat personality has helped her move up the ranks in women's wrestling. A lover of hugs and side ponytails, Bayley has come far in her professional career.
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