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Professional wrestling may often be seen as a boy’s game, but, for every John Cena or Seth Rollins, there is an equally mean woman making her mark in the ring. These strong and inspiring ladies are the current cream of WWE’s crop.
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Signing with WWE in 2013, Eva Marie gained her fair share of wrestling fan criticism for her route to the sport via reality series Total Divas. However, she has defied the naysayers, making several appearances in WWE NXT as well as earning her own action figure and playable character in the WWE 2K16 computer game.
Born Victoria Elizabeth Crawford, Alicia Fox began her career with Ohio Valley Wrestling, winning the Women’s Championship in 2006. Debuting with WWE two years later, Fox would eventually win the Divas Championship in 2010, becoming the first African American to hold the title. She has gone on to become an inspiring role model for girls from all backgrounds.