AJ Lee, but it's close. I think fans tend to undervalue Alexa while putting AJ on a pedestal, but they're both good.
Taylor Wilde. Again, both are solid, but I think Wilde did some more advanced stuff in the ring.
Mickie James. Almost by virtue of doing it longer and maintaining a reputation that's nearly solely based on her wrestling for the past 20 years, I'd have to go with Mickie. I think Ember's great, but Mickie's a vet
Michelle McCool. Another close one, but I think McCool takes it. She was a bright spot in an otherwise dreary women's division, whereas the opposite could almost be said about Angelina in TNA.
Molly Holly. These have been tough. Sarah's great, but I think Molly's fundamentals are better.
Maryse. Finally an easy one. Candice never really got a good grasp of the ropes, where as even in her embryonic stage in WWE Maryse seemed to have a knack for it.
Cameron. Kind of tough, but I think both were the same skill level compared to their peers, which would mean Cameron's probably the better wrestler. I might rethink this one though, but I'll say Cameron
Becky Lynch. Becky's a great wrestler. Trish adapted and learned along the way and her contributions are admirable, but her style's already archaic compared to today's women.
Liv Morgan. Carmella's just bad.
Victoria. I think both women are great in-ring performers, but Victoria was more versatile.
Melina. Melina gets a lot of heat for her personal life, but she was damn good in the ring.
Amazing Kong. I love both women's work, but Kong's a total beast.
Toni Storm. This one's tough, but I'll go Toni. Her stuff just looks cleaner.
Cheerleader Melissa. Blayze was a front runner, but Melissa was so great.
Tessa Blanchard. I think Blanchard has had way more chances to shine, but her in-ring work is impeccable.