Who are the Most Googled Women in the WWE?
Considering recent video leaks and high-profile signings, the top Googled women in the WWE might not surprise you.
Using Google Trends, we compared the findings on all active females in the WWE from their Raw, Smackdown, and NXT brands, narrowing it down to the top 5 average interest scores over the last 12 months. The list was narrowed down to those considered to be current members of the WWE roster, regardless of their role as a wrestler or strictly as an on-camera talent. Popular valet Lana had to be excluded from the list as her results were contaminated by people searching for Lana Del Ray.
- With her recent retirement and private picture and video leak, its not much of a surprise that Smackdown's General Manager Paige topped the list. Though the 2nd and 3rd place women had individual peaks higher, Paige maintained a consistent high level over the last year.
- Ronda Rousy was nearly left off the list as her UFC noteriety could have contaminated the results, but her search results actually peaked after she debuted with the WWE in January, making her 2nd place spot due to her connection to the WWE.
- Though Nikki Bella only appeared in the past year in the first Women's Royal Rumble, she took the 3rd place spot due in large part to her highly publicized break-up with John Cena.
- Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss came in 4th with people searching for her, events she appeared in, and guys trying to figure out if she was still with fellow wrestler Buddy Murphy.
- Stephanie McMahon claimed the 5th place spot with people searching for her recent appearance on Celebrity Undercover Boss.