The 2022 PWI Women’s 150 list was released. As usual, many fans and wrestlers have strong opinions on the placement of the women wrestlers from various organizations. The time the list was judged was from October 1st, 2021, until September 15th, 2022.

Some wrestlers choose not to comment on their personal placement. Although there are others who may celebrate the achievement of being recognized.

20-year-old Roxanne Perez of NXT was listed at number 36 in the PWI Women’s 150. She tweeted her reaction, and it seems she’s happy with it.

 “36 baby!!! #gurlzhouse ❤️”

Stardom star Syuri became the second Japanese women’s wrestler in history to land the number one spot on the PWI Women’s 150, the first being Asuka in 2017. She tweeted the announcement of her placing number one.

“I am very happy and honored ✨ thank you very much 🥺 #Womens150 #stardom #GE”

Impact Wrestling star Masha Slamovich placed 14. She tweeted a photo of her ranking and reaction.

“No.14 🧨🩸❤️ #womens150 Thankful & proud 🙏🏼”

Below are the Top 10 for 2022. Congratulations to all the women talent in wrestling organizations.

  1. Syuri (7) – STARDOM
  2. Bianca Belair (1) – WWE
  3. Thunder Rosa (5) – AEW
  4. Becky Lynch (34) – WWE
  5. Jade Cargill (50) – AEW
  6. Jordynne Grace (22) – IMPACT
  7. Saya Kamitani (39) – STARDOM
  8. Charlotte Flair (15) – WWE
  9. Starlight Kid (76) – STARDOM
  10. Taya Valkyrie (126) – IMPACT

Round out the top 50 that were released to the public:

11. Tasha Steelz

12. Miyu Yamashita

13. Britt Baker

14. Masha Slamovich

15. Mickie James

16. AZM

17. Liv Morgan

18. Ronda Rousey

19. Deonna Purrazzo

20. Utami Hayashishita

21. Mandy Rose

22. Meiko Satomura

23. Kamille

24. Alex Windsor

25. Toni Storm

26. Sasha Banks

27. Mayu Iwatani

28. Mercedes Martinez

29. Shoko Nakajima

30. Tam Nakano

31. Gisele Shaw

32. Princess Sugehit

33. Hyan

34. Arisa Nakajima

35. Emersyn Jayne

36. Roxanne Perez

37. Maki Itoh

38. Dark Silueta

39. Momo Watanabe

40. Willow Nightingale

41. Suzu Suzuki

42. Rhea Ripley

43. Yuka Sakazaki

44. Tsukasa Fujimoto

45. Jetta

46. LuFisto

47. Naomi

48. Gigi Dolin

49. Jacy Jayne

50. Viva Van

Do you think the 2022 PWI Women’s 150 list was fair? Sound off in the comments!

Andre Porter

Andre is a news writer at Ringside News and its sister site Thirsty For News. He has been an avid fan of professional wrestling since 1999. He has been to plenty of Raw and Smackdown television tapings and various WWE PPVs including Wrestlemania. Andre is a graduate of The University of Arts back in 2009 with a BFA in Multimedia. His earliest memories of pro wrestling involved Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, The Undertaker and Triple H. Outside of his writing for the two sites Andre is a fan of film, traveling, comics, and all Philadelphia sports. *** John Cena follow him on Twitter***

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