One year ago today, the women’s division in WWE changed. It had been an under-appreciated part of WWE TV, an afterthought. You were lucky if you saw five minutes of women’s wrestling on a weekly basis. And the fans were getting sick of it. They rebelled on social media, with #GiveDivasAChance trending. WWE brass took notice. One year ago today, the “Divas Revolution” started.
As we all know, there has been a lot of wrestling over the last few days. NXT had a great show on Saturday night, Summerslam on Sunday featured some really good matches, and last night’s Raw was one of the most newsworthy in a long time. Through trying to keep up with it all, there have been a few points and scenarios that have come to mind. In typical fashion I’ve fallen behind with posting over the summer, so to make up for that I’m going to be posting several columns this week: one for each thing that came to mind. First up, I’m going to look at the hot topic of the summer: the divas division. Continue reading Is the Divas Revolution working?