10 Women Who Need To Be In WWE Hall Of Fame

10. Mickie James


We'll start with somebody who, hopefully, won't be hanging up her tassled boots for a little while, but is still a legend.

Mickie James made her WWE debut in 2005 and was immediately pushed to into the championship picture. She was put into a programme with women's champion, Trish Stratus, where James played an obsessed fan.

Their storyline - which included elements of the romantic, the psychotic, and just about everything in between - culminated at WrestleMania 22 in what was considered to be the best women's match in the event's history until The Four Horsewomen rode along and stole all the glory.

James picked up the win and her first of six championships in WWE. Add those to her title reigns in TNA and James is one of the most decorated women in professional wrestling history.

Had Mickie come along at a time when women's wrestling was taken more seriously, she would be regarded as one of the best ever. Sadly, she got lost in the shuffle of bras, panties, and Playboy pillow fights.

An immensely talented worker with plenty of memorable moments under her belt, Mickie James deserves to be remembered as something more than just Alexa Bliss' lackey.


Jacob Simmons has a great many passions, including professional wrestling, music, watching random clips from The Simpsons on YouTube at 3am and writing about himself in the third person.