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AEW’s Hikaru Shida & Riho In Top 10 Of PWI Women’s 100

It was mentioned a couple of months ago on October that 5 WWE Women’s Stars earned the top 5 spots on Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s annual Women’s 100 list, that being Bayley at #1 while Becky Lynch ranked #2, RAW Women’s Champion Asuka ranked #3, Charlotte Flair ranked at #4 and SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks ranked at #5.

The official WWE Public Relations Twitter account took to Twitter and posted a congratulatory message to the 5 WWE Women’s Stars who earned the top 5 spots on PWI’s annual Women’s 100 list.

PWI’s annual Women’s 100 list, also had a number of AEW Women’s Stars. Securing a spot in the top 10 of this year’s list, are AEW Women’s World Champion Hikaru Shida at #6 and former AEW Women’s World Champion Riho at #8.

Nyla Rose, Dr. Britt Baker, Ivelisse, Kris Statlander, Big Swole, and Penelope Ford made it in the Top 50. Other Women’s wrestlers who wrestled on AEW Dark but are not signed to AEW also made the list and are highlighted below.

Hikaru Shida

Hikaru Shida started her pro wrestling career in 2008 when she joined the Ice Ribbon promotion. This is after she played a role in a film titled Three Count, which is set in a world of professional wrestling.

Hikaru Shida remained with Ice Ribbon until 2014, where she became a one time ICE×60 Champion as well as a four-time International Ribbon Tag Team Champion.

Shida also captured the Wave Single Title, the Oz Academy Tag Team Title, and the Sendai Girls World Tag Team Titles prior to working as a freelancer and with the Makai company, then ultimately signing with AEW on April 9th, 2019.

Shida made her debut at Double Or Nothing of the same year. She then became the AEW Women’s World Champion at the Double Or Nothing PPV one year later.

Riho

Riho made her professional wrestling debut at her Ice Ribbon promotion in May 2006 at the age of nine and was trained by Emi Sakura. She would remain in Ice Ribbon for six years, becoming the first-ever Triple Crown Champion, while also capturing the ICE×60 Title, the International Ribbon Tag Team Title and the Triangle Ribbon Title.

Riho left the Ice Ribbon promotion in September 2012 to join the Gatoh Move Pro Wrestling promotion, which was a promotion founded by Emi Sakura. In May 2019, Riho made AEW appearances. Riho would then defeat Nyla Rose to become the inaugural AEW Women’s World Champion, and held the title for 133 days.

You can check out WWE’s Public Relations tweet below:

The full list of 100 is below, courtesy of Wrestling Inc. AEW Women’s Wrestlers are highlighted.

1. Bayley
2. Becky Lynch
3. Asuka
4. Charlotte Flair
5. Sasha Banks
6. Hikaru Shida
7. Tessa Blanchard
8. Riho
9. Io Shirai
10. Mayu Iwatani
11. Rhea Ripley
12. Jordynne Grace
13. Shayna Baszler
14. Thunder Rosa
15. Kimber Lee
16. Nyla Rose
17. Taya Valkyrie
18. Kay Lee Ray
19. Kylie Rae
20. Nikki Cross
21. Kairi Sane
22. Dr. Britt Baker
23. Bianca Belair
24. Dakota Kai
25. Allysin Kay
26. Tegan Nox
27. Alexa Bliss
28. Momo Watanabe
29. Mercedes Martinez
30. Deonna Purrazzo
31. Ivelisse
32. Kris Statlander
33. Jessicka Havok
34. Candice LaRae
35. Lufisto
36. Mia Yim
37. Bea Priestley
38. Priscilla Kelly
39. Big Swole
40. Nicole Savoy
41. Faye Jackson
42. Rosemary
43. Lacey Evans
44. Su Yung
45. Toni Storm
46. Shotzi Blackheart
47. Jamie Hayter
48. Penelope Ford
49. Rhea O’Reilly
50. Laynie Luck
51. Amale
52. Millie McKenzie
53. Natalya
54. Giulia
55. Alexia Nicole
56. Sonya Deville
57. Peyton Royce
58. Allie Kat
59. Billie Kay
60. Kiera Hogan
61. Charli Evans
62. Shazza McKenzie
63. Naomi
64. Jinny
65. Utami Hayashis–ta
66. Ashley Vox
67. Tasha Steelz
68. Hiroyo Matsumoto
69. Nia Jax
70. Leyla Hirsch
71. Hyan
72. Solo Darling
73. Marcela
74. Maddison Miles
75. Delmi Exo
76. Lady Maravilla
77. Nicole Matthews
78. Syuri
79. Zoe Lucas
80. KC Spinelli
81. Davienne
82. Session Moth Martina
83. Indi Hartwell
84. Liv Morgan
85. Gisele Shaw
86. Trish Adora
87. Dani Luna
88. Lady Shani
89. Killer Kelly
90. Nina Samuels
91. Jessica Troy
92. Candy Lee
93. Jody Threat
94. Willow Nightingale
95. Veda Scott
96. Marti Belle
97. Heather Monroe
98. Hollidead
99. Elayna Black
100. Max The Impaler

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