Female wrestlers have never been this relevant in WWE until the conception of the women’s revolution. In just two years time, the women’s division on “Monday Night RAW” and “SmackDown Live” produced some of the most memorable segments and breakthrough matches on both brands.

WWE executives are ecstatic with the progress the division has taken, but at the same time, they are aware that there is still a lot of ground to cover before female wrestlers can be placed on equal footing with male superstars when it comes to star-power and money-making ability.

Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, Bayley and Alexa Bliss have done so much for the division -- more than anyone could have ever imagined. From the first ever Hell in a Cell match to the 30-minute Iron Man match, these ladies have indeed elevated the division to new heights.

On the other hand, the pool of talent on both brands remains shallow. This problem often compromises the quality of matches outside the championship picture and leads to an endless cycle of feuds that feature the same wrestlers all over again. While the WWE can easily infuse talent into their brands by calling up NXT stars to the main roster, this move is usually risky, as it could expose a budding star’s weaknesses as a raw talent.

WWE’s deal to bring back six-time women’s champ Mickie James was a shrewd decision business-wise. But there is still plenty of talent out there ready to give the "RAW" and "SmackDown" women’s division a shot in the arm.

Melina Perez

A talented worker as well as backstage heat magnet at the peak of her prime, Melina’s ravishing style of wrestling could instantly set the division on fire.

The three-time women’s and two-time Divas champ can easily pull off an excellent match with anybody on the roster because of her flexibility and a wide range of attacks. WWE even cites Melina as the best offensive female wrestler of all-time.

Gail Kim

Considered by many wrestling pundits as the "John Cena of women’s wrestling," Kim has collected seven singles (six TNA knockout championships and one WWE women’s championship) titles in her career.

Most importantly, Kim is arguably the most technically-gifted female wrestler on the planet, perhaps even better than Charlotte. For WWE, right now is the better time to snag Kim off the market since she’s currently a free-agent.

AJ Lee

Who would forget CM Punk’s little miss? Lee, three-time Divas champion, built a reputation as one of the best workers during her days with the WWE. She also won the Pro Wrestling Illustrated woman of the year award for a record three times before quitting wrestling at the age of 28. However, in an interview with CBS Sports, Lee said she has never ruled out wrestling again or coming back to WWE.