4) Candice LeRae: This one seems like a foregone conclusion, though it hasn't happened yet for some reason. Candace LeRae has been one of, if not the biggest name among females on the indies for quite some time. She's seemingly been around forever, has held multiple championships and goes to war with men a lot of the time. She also happens to be the fiancee of NXT Superstar Johnny Gargano. With Gargano doing so well for the company this year, I think Candace has a really good shot. She's already just as good, if not better than most of the women currently signed to the WWE and her plucky, underdog, adorable nature could make her the straight babyface female that NXT lost when Bayley got called up.
2) Evie: This is a woman that I have been raving about pretty loudly for a long time now, especially this year. She competed in one of my favorite matches this year against Mayu Iwatani in Stardom back in February. Evie wrestled against Nia Jax last October and, like the rest of the girls listed here, has loads of potential. The New Zealand native has it all. The looks, ability, size and likability. If you follow her on social media, you'll see that she's very relatable and down to earth. She even took part in a recent NewLegacy Inc. stream and had a blast playing GTA5 with the guys. Evie is currently one half of the SHIMMER Tag Team Champions with Heidi Lovelace (who also almost made the list) but could do so much more if the WWE picked her up.
1) Nicole Matthews: My number one with a bullet and has been for years. I remember seeing Nicole Matthews debut on SHIMMER 15 I believe. I watched her grow and develop to not just a great performer, but arguably the best in SHIMMER. Her team with Portia Perez, the Canadian Ninjas, was always very enjoyable. She shined in singles matches with Daizee Haze early on and eventually went on to win the SHIMMER Title. There is literally nothing this woman can't do. She can cut promos in a serious or comedic vein, in the ring and she's as skilled as anyone in the ring. From Jessie McKay to Madison Eagles to Joshi women, Matthews competes with them all and always delivers. She's the closest thing to the complete package of women not currently in the WWE.