As WrestleMania XXX is fast approaching, the only Divas match on the card - the Vickie Guerrero Divas Championship Invitational, seems as ever, the least interesting of the night.
One of the faces of women's WWE, Lita, has unsurprisingly been chosen to join fellow big-name Trish Stratus by being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on the eve of WrestleMania XXX.
Throughout their historic careers, the pair became extremely popular with fans of all ages, so much so that they were even given a Championship Match on an episode of Monday Night Raw.
Now though, when any WWE Divas take to the ring on Raw, the match is short, more often than not there is just one of them and the atmosphere unquestionably changes for the worse.
But why is there now such a lull in the WWE Divas industry? During a recent interview with the Miami Herald, Lita aired her views on the change in the division, as she said: "It has been about seven years since Trish and I left. The Diva's division took quite a hit. I don't feel like it has fully recovered.
"I would love to see it get that spark again, that involving a deep roster that you could have a bunch of compelling characters - ones you want to go out there and see."
While there are several good performers within the Diva's business at the moment, (most notably current Champion AJ Lee) it seems difficult to see any of them coming close to making an impact like past female WWE legends when their gimmicks are so laughable.
Ultimately, it will take a lot more than a pretty blonde entering the ring by pointing her hands at different angles and calling it a dance, before any of the current characters in the WWE Divas industry can be taken more seriously.
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