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107.07.2024LordSodaPop0.0Showcased some charisma and helped train some women who turned out to be good wrestlers. Was also one of the most iconic women's wrestlers for a long period of time. However, that's where the positives end with Moolah, and the bad far outweighs the good. All the bad stereotypes of Hulk Hogan apply to Moolah but times ten. Bad in-ring wrestler and backstage politician who not only ruined careers, but damaged the entire industry. Set women's wrestling back years, whether it be her aforementioned politicking or the Richter screwjob. I try to not let backstage stuff affect my rating too much, since it's a industry where scumbags prosper, especially in Moolah's days, but not when it harms the very industry. And then there's the whole pimping allegations which I won't get into here. Very little redeeming qualities both in the ring and out.
305.05.2024la isla bonita0.0One of the most disgusting creatures in the history of wrestling. Her despicable behavior toward generations of young female athletes deserves eternal condemnation. Not many archives of her ring appearances have survived, but they confirm the rule - Moolah was a disgusting talentless woman who took her lack of ability out on others later, leading them to a lifetime of trauma. I don't even know if her disgusting practices qualify her as a human being. Undeniably a dark figure of the wrestling universe.
423.04.2024CarinioBrutal2.0She was nothing more that an old procurer woman (pimp). She was the main reason why lady wrestlers turned into T&A in the 90's and why vinny mac made her into a big overrated deal. Her stage name fits her so well. Plus she was old and ugly looking from the very beginning.
802.04.2024Conquistador370.0Edited to be even more harsh in my criticism: Objectively? She's one of the worst wrestlers EVER, all genitals included. Anyone rating her over a 2 must be old enough to remember better times. *ahem* Anyone rating her over a 2 is lying to themselves because NONE OF US HERE ARE *THAT* OLD. She's TERRIBLE! The drizzling dog s#its. I triple dog dare you to invest an hour of your life to exclusive Moolah matches, no human could/would. I can't think of too many wrestlers over the centuries that have outright SUCKED as hard as Moolah. I even hate her ugly voice and accent. The internet tells us she died at the age "84" but that's impossible because she was at least 76 in 1983. Some mummy straight from the crypts that refused to admit they were already dead for decades. Behind the scenes, she held down talent FAR GREATER THAN HER by using unethical & immoral "political" maneuvering. Basically she f#cked over anyone who stepped into her life and she became a blackhole of negativity. She was disgusting and repulsive. Prostituted some, backstabbed the rest. Fabricated that Princess Victoria ran off to be a part of the cocaine trade when what really happened is she broke her neck (in a round about way BECASUSE of Moolah), Princess Victoria was a hell of a wrestler. Helped set Women's Wrestling back approximately 30 years with the Richter screwjob. Flushed the Glamour Girls/Bomb Angel feud, FFS. NO MORALS WHATSOEVER. A pile steaming pile of horses#it. NO redeeming quality, even her book was the WORST wrestler/wrestling book EVER. How many ways can we all tell you how hard Moolah sucked as a wrestler, character and person? I even went on a "deleting some of my zeroes" spree because I didn't want to even acknowledge some of them. But we WILL talk about the sack of crap that was this abomination to humanity. Thanks for finally dying you wretched scum!
902.04.2024Pigeon Scratch0.0Christ, I despise her. Bad wrestler who had a stranglehold in women's wrestling for decades, as well as being part of the reason as to women's wrestling going back a couple decades. Even worse person outside of the ring, the definition of exploiting others for your gain. Disgusting and deplorable, insane that some people defend her despite the reality of these allegations. Was she important for the WWE, as well as American's wrestling? Absolutely, so are people like Vince. Just because they are important in wrestling history doesn't make them good.
1029.11.2023Bar7867887.0Well, she picked a great name. She loved money and she kept womens wrestling alive to fill her pockets after Mildred Burke had been screwed over. Unlike Burke, who at the time was helping build the framework in Japan for what would become AJW, Moolah was not a good technical worker or very athletic, but she was effective as a dirty fighter and her character seemed to not be far from reality, while not revealing all the ugly details that since her death have gained significant attention. Despite possibly being a rather horrific person who lacks morality, she is a important figure in womens wrestling history who while setting the work rate far back and giving us pretty abysmal matches with hairmare after hairmare, its worth noting that if not for Moolah there likely would have been no womens division in WWF at that time and who knows when that wouldve changed. Also worth nothing that despite many less than glowing (to put it mildly) reviews, she trained Sherri Martel, Luna Vachon, Leilani Kai, Judy Martin, and Velvet McIntyre, who all turned out pretty good oh and Wendi Richter, who for a time was managed by Cyndi Lauper and drew comparisons in popularity to Hulk Hogan of course that was short lived and is another case of how Moolah held womens wrestling back from reaching its true potential. Then of course she would return to the ring in the late 90s through the 2000s alongside her pal Mae Young and give us some very memorable moments that assured her legacy will be remembered- even if debated.
1117.11.2023thetrueelec0.0Moolah was a really terrible wrestler, and an even worse human being, had she not had a stranglehold on women's wrestling, who know how good some of her 'contemporaries' could have been. Her having a positive average is absolutely ridiculous. And then she came back in the 90's to ruin it all over again, her winning the championship again was a joke. Her 'moveset' was non existent, she wouldn't take a bump, and that is not even getting into the allegations against her which are just deplorable. What else is there to say?
1424.07.2023devourblast0.0Not a good wrestler even when women's wrestling wasn't that varied due to only being taught by a few women. Part of a bad comedy act in the attitude era that involved her taking the title off of Ivory for no real reason. Then we find out she was a horrible abuser who prostituted her students (not that she even taught them). Truly a deplorable person.
1526.06.2023Jersey Jimmy0.0Fuck Moolah. It's not an exaggeration to say she quite literally set women's wrestling in the west back decades, and she was a sex-trafficking snake on top of that. If there's a hell, I hope she's burning in it.
1631.05.2023Giantfan19804.0About as good as you can expect from the hair pulling face gouging era of wrestling. Moolah's biggest accomplishment was playing the politics game to a tee and basically made herself the "Madam" of Women's wrestling and along the way, "whored" out and destroyed many girls lives. Her long title reign was dubious to say the least.
1806.04.2023Leth990.0Way too high for her, how in the blue hell is she higher than Mae Young? Did you ever see Fabolous Moolah bump? Like, at all? Not just in 2000, but even back in the day. You can be objective to guys who did bad things and were entertaining in the ring, but not when you ruin the product. There's guys like her and Vince who ruined wrestling and made it way way less enjoyable, so that's why I'm giving it an immediate 0 for me
1901.03.2023greaterdale0.0Can anything really be said good about the Moolah? She abused her students, She Completely ruined north american women's wrestling for years because of her sexist "wrestling style" and unlike other problematic wrestlers like Ric Flair or Benoit, her matches just plain sucked. Not that it would be ok if she was the workhorse of the century of course. But it is worth noting. Really the only reason people think she's any good is WWE revisionist history giving certain fans mind rot. Can we please stop pretending this woman is anything other than a monster please?
2017.02.2023Blk829.0Moolah was from the carnie era of wrestling. Yes, she did mistreat her trainees, but the mistreatment was from the promoters, not her. It makes little sense to condemn Moolah, while the abusive promoters are excused. With respect to her wrestling style, it was a product of its time, when men's wrestling was mostly rest-holds and squash matches. Her last "serious" matches was in 1989, almost 35 years ago. Matches back then had less "move inflation" i.e. people didn't kick out of pile drivers or take a dozen 2-counts before being pinned. I would argue that the "catfight" style of match was more active than the hold-heavy style of men's wrestling of that time.
2107.02.2023No One5.0 
2326.12.2022PapaGus0.0I recognize I didn't know much about Moolah, other than the fact that she's a big name in wrestling history, so today I gave many of her matches a try...and it was painful. I'm not sure if she's one of the worst wrestlers I've ever seen, but it's definitely not someone I would rate with more than a 1. And now, I feel like I'm learning a lot of history just by reading the comments below. Of course, I'll finish my research later, but for now it seems like a 0 fits this woman perfectly.
2402.12.2022MainEventMaster1.0Overrated as FUCK, all of her wrestling was just dumb basic cat fighting, and of course the abuse scandal. Fuck her.
2721.06.2022munrapido30.0So.. we're just gonna ignore Moolah's horrible background? Sexual exploitation, being a worse version of Hulk Hogan for the women's division by using her influence. She doesn't deserve being in the Hall of Fame, and i can say that she was the worst women's champion of WWE's early women's division. She had no remarkable match at all, not even one and i still don't get why the WWE pushed her as a "spectacular figure" of their women's division.
2820.05.2022eltetechori0.0A fraud for wrestling, leaving an insurmountable legacy for the women's division of an entire company like NWA, I do not understand how it has so much valuation, if it ended up loading the females before the revolution began in 2016, it is a shame that they made those bookeos and also is that it also had its controversies, it was not entirely legal.
2928.04.2022OnlyHalfTheEffinShow2.0Her "contributions" to woman's wrestling included pimping out her contemporaries, when she wasn't burying them or holding the woman's title hostage. An utterly awful human being. She produced some "humorous" bits in the attitude era, because raunchy old lady automatically prints cash. Ughh, everything about Moolah makes my skin crawl.
3007.04.2022DonovanPhenum2290.0She was one of the worst human being to have ever set foot in the wrestling industry (and that's saying something ) and a pretty mediocre wrestler too and a backstage politician she should absolutely not be rated over 3 that simply wrong to give some appreciation for this women she have nothing positve for her
3119.03.2022jenthewrestler0.0For the things she did she should have been in prison for years instead she was praised for years ... bad person and bad wrestler. she should be removed from the hall of fame! she has ruined the lives of dozens of girls and no one has ever done anything .... obviously Vince will never admit it....face of wrestling? Bah
3316.08.2021BlackWind0.0She was an horrible humanbeing and WWE knew that but they decided to dedicate a women's battle royal to a pimp. Now i understand how she kept the title for many many years. I think women's wrestling scene would be very good and important if she wasn't exist. Her wrestling skills are awful too. Doesn't deserve a place in HOF.
3428.06.2021thebigmilkman4.0Awful person who doesn't even have the good in ring background to help look past that. Her and Mae Young were awful but at least Mae Young was a better person
3508.05.2021booyakabooyaka6190.0A garbage human being who kept her place on the card by holding other women back. She wasn't a good wrestler anyways and exploited other women as a trainer. I've heard a lot of accounts about how she stunted the progress of women's wrestling and I would agree. If the women's battle royal were to continue at WM, they should name it after the Sensational Sherri.
3606.05.2021RuthlessAttitude2.0Tja, was wäre Women's Wrestling in Amerika ohne Moolah? Die Antwort lautet: Wesentlich weiter. Nun muss der Rückstand zum Standing, welches weibliche Workerinnen in z. B. Japan haben, aufgeholt werden.
3924.01.2021texasyosh0.0Talk about influence all you want, the way she kept her place on the card is because she's a massive piece of garbage. She held American women's wrestling back for multiple decades. She shouldn't be praised for her 'accomplishments', instead she should be remembered for the awful backstage practices she made to keep herself at the top.
4023.01.2021Brett19800.0Would have gone for a 4 before her death because of how long she was dominant. Well we all now know how she kept that dominance. A completely despicable excuse for a human being. She is the reason why women's professional wrestling is decades behind everything else, because she made sure of it. She was not even good in the ring at any point in history.
4119.12.2020Strong Zero Machine6.0 
4203.12.2020Lcrossin5.0This is really hard to rank, sure she's one of the most influential female wrestlers of all time, but it could be argued that her influence just led to female wrestlers who were trained in the slap and hairpulling style that was common place in the golden era. Watching her matches.... yeah there might be a lot of truth to that statement. She might have been the worst backstage politician and that's not including all the accusations after her death.
4313.09.2020stc130.0Moolah was the face of women's wrestling for decades. But her dominance over the industry held women's wrestling back to retain her spot, and by trained generations of wrestlers in her own limited style. For all she achieved, she held back women's wrestling in ways that shaped the entire industry for decades.
4528.07.2019Ice5.0Very influential and charismatic, but mediocre as a performer considering her lasting push and as Jim Cornette said: The 30 year long placeholder between Mildred Burke and Ronda Rousey. That's just it a, placeholder. Wendi Richter would have eclipsed her if it weren't for the politicking behind it all and it kept women's wrestling in North America in the irrelevant territory for decades.
4628.07.2019KyleEnjoysWrestling5.0A tough one to rate. She was the icon of women's wrestling for decades, but that's because of a lot of underhanded tactics behind the scenes. Though she was far from an in ring technician, she used a lot of dirty tricks to further her heel character. When most women at the time had no gimmick, Moolah excelled in that department. Reemerging in the Attitude Era, she was mostly a fun act to watch along side Mae. The fact that she held other women down for as long as she did does translate to the business & should be considered. But I also don't want to turn a blind eye when thinking of the entirety of her career with her in-front-of-camera act.
4728.05.2019JEK 199110.0The 0 ratings are bogus. She was excellent at her work. You could love her or hate her. I know she had issued back in the day with all the politics but I don't just look at that. Its a shame her name is now tarnished. She was an excellent wrestler and one of the best villainous women wrestlers of all time. It's incredible that she wrestled until she was 81 years old.
4908.09.2018cpatchj0.0I really and truly fail to see anything remotely redeemable about The Fabulous Moolah as a professional wrestler. Even without all of the accusations, even if none of those are true (which I don't believe), she kept a stranglehold on women's wrestling for decades that held its development back, and she was absolutely terrible in the ring.
5014.04.2018Gauntlet847.0I think she gets a lot of credit for being a huge star for decades well before it became mainstream. In the "prime time" era she was well past her prime but surprisingly mobile and strong for a woman her age. I don't think I'd have ever found myself cheering for her to win in any era.
5116.03.2018HoboDolphin0.0I think this rating goes without saying at this point. Recent events aside, I never particularly cared for her as an in-ring worker. Her style made a mockery out of the sport that the true female athletes were fighting for at the time, and it was a long time that she held people down politically (and worse). There would be no need for a "women's revolution" had it not been for this deplorable human being.
5328.02.2018Gravelord0.0The Fabulous Moolah was simultaneously a terrible wrestler, toxic influence on the wrestling industry, and a trash human being. Her matches were extremely basic, and her charisma was non-existent. Worse yet, due to her totalitarian control of women's wrestling in the U. S. , Moolah would regularly utilize her immense power to sabotage the careers of those she thought would pose a threat to her spot as top women's wrestler in the country. A spot, I may add, she held a stranglehold on well into her 60s. During this time Moolah operated a wrestling school for aspiring young female wrestlers looking to hone their craft and follow in the footsteps of Mildred Burke, June Byers, etc.. And yet, at Moolah's school they found themselves pimped out by Moolah and, unless they wanted to be barred from wrestling in the U. S. , a substantial amount of their booking fees stolen by Moolah. Furthermore, to ensure none of her trainees would eclipse her, Moolah would often train them to wrestle an extremely basic style. It should come as no surprise then that women's wrestling in America regressed so greatly in a post-Moolah industry, having once been considered a legitimate main event attraction during the years of Mildred Burke's dominance. A 0 is the only rating fitting for an individual as horrific as Moolah, and I can only imagine those who have given her 8s, 9s, and 10s in the past have done so in blissful ignorance, indoctrinated by WWE revisionist history which continues to venerate Moolah as the patron saint of women's wrestling, despite the company fully well knowing of her deplored acts in the past.
5425.02.2018Alessio0.0She may be one the worst human being to ever step foot in a wrestling ring. WWE's revisionist history makes it seem as she is a legend and seeing her rating here it's working. She ruined women wrestling twice, first time for 25-30 years and second time for around 10 years. The first one was when she won the women's title after Mildred Burke retired (who, by the way, is a true legend, drawing big crowds in main events) and buys the title. She then did everything she could to make sure she would stay on top of the industry, no matter how low the industry would fall. There are some awful stories about what she did during this period of time, if you don't know what I'm talking about, go check these. Ruining promising careers, because they would take her spot, with bullying, prostitution and paying talents a pittance while she was still making good money. She ruined it a second time when she finally lost the title to Wendi Richter, who I believe could have been as over as the biggest male wrestlers in the company, it was only to screw Wendi and end her career. The title became completely irrelevant again, only having a few moments were it would slightly matter. She was a monster, and if you think it is unfair to rate her on what she did outside the ring, it represents a big part of what made women wrestling being considered as a joke for so long. Plus she was nothing special as a wrestler and had a bad look. I would rate her 4 not considering her booking and training activities.
5514.01.2017HammertonWay2.0Fabulous Moolah will always be remembered for her input in female wrestling, both the good and the bad. No matter how much talent she had, the reveal of her mistreatment and exploitation over other female wrestlers has forever tainted her legacy.
5612.12.2016Glover0.0Few wrestlers are not just bad in the ring, not just bad people, but actually were personally responsible for harming the industry as a whole. Moolah is all of those things and worse. Moolah stole and pimped out many female wrestlers, politicked herself into strong positions in the industry, and actively sabotaged other wrestlers and was a major direct reason why women's wrestling in the west was practically dead and considered beneath men's wrestling for DECADES. There's not one thing to like about Moolah, and WWE still putting her over as a legend to this day, even after her death, is disgusting.
5713.10.2016Titansrevenger3.0Moolah was horrible in the ring and she literally stunk up the place. I was never impressed by her ring ability or lack thereof. She was also a horrible person outside the ring and ruined a lot of careers of more talented women like Wendi Richter for example. The only thing i'll give her is she was a good brawler but that's how limited she was. She should not have had the title as long as she did. A real disgrace to women's wrestling.
5820.09.2016ShooterMcShoot0.0I think it's important to be honest here. I mean, she was one of the most influential women in the history of wrestling, but beyond that longevity, what was she? Well, to be entirely honest, she couldn't work. She couldn't and wouldn't bump. She held down much more talented performers over several years, and for what? Why should just her longevity earn her a high score when she really did nothing to earn it? After awhile, she would only work with women whom she'd trained and were loyal to her. I'm sorry, but she did far more damage to women's wrestling than anything to help it succeed.
5919.09.2016Luv all wrestling0.0She has a terrible look, terrible matches, no moments that are worth remembering, and held down plenty of wrestlers to politic her way to a long title reign, killing us women's wrestling, while japan just established there amazing AJW promotion, and mexico probably had something better then this. The thing that really makes her a zero though are the allegations of pimping and drugging unsuspecting woman's wrestlers and taking most of their purse for their fights. Anyone who gives hr a high rating clearly only know her for being the longest reigning champ of all time.
6227.04.2016hybris0.0Of fabulous, nothing. She was a poor wrestler for I can see. Please, the Bruno Sammartino or Ric Flair of womens? She almost kill the womens wrestling in USA. Bad bad bad, you have to be joking to put a 50+ years old woman for champion or win every single match that she books herself and waits to make it credible. No, Thanks.
6418.12.2015Squared Circle10.0The Ric Flair of Ladies Wrestling. She single handedly kept a division alive that no one really cared about.
6620.07.2014Follow the Buzzards8.0 
6730.01.2014Basket Case10.0Die längste amtierende Championess aller Zeiten war die Wegbereiter für die zukünftigen Diven. Im Zusammenspiel mit Mae Young zu späteren Zeit auch richtig unterhaltsam.
6821.07.2013Boris The Menace8.0 
7027.02.2010Manu Adams8.0Ich bin zwar kein großer Fan des Damen Wrestlings, aber hat gegen Wendi Richter Anfang bis Mitte der 80iger klasse Matches auf die Beine gestellt. Alleine ihre 20 Jahre Titelregentschaft spricht für sich. Fand sie aber zuletzt in der WWE an der Seite neben Mae Young doch etwas nervig.
7117.08.2009The-Game917.0Dank ihr dürfen wir uns am heutigen Womens Wrestling erfreuen. Hatte in ihrer späteren Zeit keine TV- auftritte nötig doch zerstörte sich so ihr Auftreten.
7202.08.2009The Rated R Superstar EDGE10.0 
7309.06.2009Fountain of Misinformation8.0 
7819.10.2008Perry Cox9.0Ohne Sie würde es quasi kein "Womenswrestling" geben!
8122.06.2008ecw forever10.0Vor dieser Frau habe ich zich male mehr Respekt als vor diesen Nackten Frauen von heute. Sie hat es drauf und sie musste sich nicht ausziehen um ihr Talent zu zeigen, volle 10! Sie hat damals was bewegt.
8311.06.2008Unrated Superstar4.0An sich natürlich eine Legende und Vorreiterin des heutigen Frauen-Wrestlings. Hätte sich in den letzten Jahren jedoch vom Ring fern halten sollen, da ihre peinliche Auftritte mit Mae Young immer unterste Niveau-Schublade waren. Und sehen wollte ich so was ehrlich gesagt nie! Aber als Randy Orton ihr den RKO verpasst hat, das war nice... der hat gesessen! War zumindest eine kleine Quittung für diese ganzen unnötigen Auftritte!
8622.03.2008wrestler of the world8.0 
8917.01.2008Sandman1610.0Die Persönlichkeit der Frauen im Wrestling schlechthin. Was sie geleistet hat über all die Jahre, ist einfach sensationell. Sicherlich hätten die sporadischen Auftritte mit Mae Young nicht sein müssen, aber das ändert an ihrem Legendenstatus nichts.
9104.01.2008Brahma Bull8.0 
9324.12.2007Mr Wrestlemania10.0 
9420.12.2007the Viper8.0 
9512.12.2007Asgaroth 3366998.0 
9610.12.2007Baszdmeg8.0Gegen Ende ihrer Karriere waren es wirklich zu viele und teilweise recht fragwürdige Auftritte, aber sie ist eine Legende und hat wohl für das Frauenwrestling so viel getan, wie nur sonst wenige.
9823.11.2007Hypocrisy10.0Sie war die Wegbereiterin des Women's Wrestling. Die letzten Jahre zusammen mit Mae Young waren sicherlich nicht jedermanns Geschmack; trotzdem konnte sie noch in hohem Alter unterhalten.