WWE’s flagship show Monday Night RAW currently boasts a packed women’s roster. There are a whopping 10 main event female Superstars on the red brand, and that’s without considering the younger wrestlers who are currently on their way to becoming the next big icons in the RAW Women’s division. Quite frankly, WWE has managed to draw a balance between these 10 stupendous Superstars in their version of good vs. bad or babyfaces vs. heel storylines.

PW Insider reports that a leaked internal list has revealed the top five babyfaces and heels for the WWE RAW women’s division. There is no information available on tag teams just yet.

Let’s start things off with the heels:
1. Damage CTRL as a group (Bayley, WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions IYO SKY & Dakota Kai)
2. Rhea Ripley
3. Alexa Bliss
4. Piper Niven
5. Carmella

Now let’s take a look at the list of babyfaces:
1. RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair
2. Becky Lynch
3. Asuka
4. Mia Yim
5. Candice LeRae


It’s interesting to see the heels list include Damage CTRL as a group when no other tag teams or factions are listed on the internal listings for RAW. The fact that Carmella’s name is among the 10 Superstars especially when she just recently returned speaks volumes of how WWE will push her on RAW.

With WrestleMania 39 fast approaching, certain talents from NXT are expected to be called up to the main roster, thus shaking up the lower-tier and mid-card picture. This makes it exciting to see which new names could potentially break into the Top 10 by this time next year.

What’s your take on the story? Sound off in the comments!

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