Top 25 Women Downunder 2023

Below is our annual ‘Downunder Top 25 Women’ list. The list is based on events and matches that took place in 2023 on Australian soil.

Criteria for consideration…

Activity (consistently appearing for one promotion or several promotions) quality/standard of opponents, quality/standard of promotions worked for, in-ring achievements (matches won, championships held etc), wrestling ability.

Wrestlers who competed in established tag teams throughout 2023 will not have their matches count towards a ranking. International wrestlers who performed in Australia do qualify for a ranking.

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25. Harli Hyde

24. Flame

23. Tarlee

22. Steph De Lander

21. Shazza McKenzie

20. Billie Mac

19. Rochelle Rogue

18. Jasmin Brettle

17. Miki Fortune

16. Kyla Knight

15. Kenzie Paige

14. Charlie Rose

13. Cassie Lee

12. Charli Evans

11. Rita Stone

10. Ericka Reid (VIC – OPW, MCW) Crowned first Oceania Pro Wrestling Women’s Champion

9. Kingsley (PWA, Slam) – Crowned first Slam Pro League Women’s Champion

8. Amber (SA – RCW, WR, PWSA) Riot City Wrestling Women’s Champion

7. Vixsin (VIC – DMDU, BCW) DMDU World Deathmatch Champion, a dominate force on the Victorian wrestling scene

6. Caity Luxe (VIC – BCW, TCW, WrestleRock) BCW Women’s Champion for most of 2023

5. Cherry Stephens (NSW – PWA, IWA) Competed for the NWA Women’s TV title on Australian soil, continued reign as Soul of PWA champion, New Japan appearances, a stand out on the NSW scene in 2023.

4. Aysha (VIC – ROW, MCW, PCW) Started the year strong with a victory over Shazza McKenzie for the ROW Women’s title, appearances with NWA, World Series, GCW/ROW and Impact Downunder

3. Lena Kross (NSW – Newy Pro, NHPW, WSW, IWA, PWA) Competed in 4 states and the ACT, appearances on Impact Downunder and World Series wrestling, 8 months of 2023 as Newy pro Women’s Champion. 92 in PWI’s top 250 Women wrestlers.

2. Jessica Troy (NSW – PWA, WSW) Defeated Ricky South for the PWA title in October to end his 953 day reign, World series, NWA and NJPW appearances.

  1. Delta (SA – RCW, MCW, NHPW, PWA, FWA) Competed in 5 states during 2023, World Series, NJPW and NWA appearances, 219 in PWI’s top 250 women wrestlers, 2023 RCW Strength Cup winner, RCW Champion, RCW Women’s Champion, MCW Intercommonweatlh Champion, MCW Women’s Champion twice during 2023.