With just days to go before the Survivor Series Pay-Per-View the rumour mill is spinning quickly ahead of the next instalment of the WWE's second longest running PPV.
With all the attention on the outcome of the Team Authority vs Team Cena match, there is one very concerning issue that hasn't been truly looked into.
We're drawing to a close on a great year for the divas division both in and out of the ring, but the post Survivor Series division could be a very different prospect.
The rumours are rife once again that the current Divas champion AJ Lee is set to be leaving the company soon.
Many predict that Survivor Series will be her last PPV appearance but that seems like it may turn out to be incorrect.
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AJ is being advertised for live shows all the way up to TLC next month and a loss to Nikki Bella on Sunday could give us a bigger indication as to where her future lies.
A loss to Nikki is rumoured to set up a triple threat for the Divas championship at TLC between the two and Nikki's sister Brie.
As much as that would give the fans a great month of divas action, what happens once AJ is gone after TLC?
Is AJ the key?
We have had times this year where AJ has been absent from the WWE and for those few months we were able to witness the rise of Paige in the WWE.
But with AJ gone, Paige dominated and failed to have a match that really captivated the crowd or looked to even challenge her in the ring.
AJ's return sparked one of the biggest divas feuds of the year but with her gone and a push being given to the Bella twins, are the WWE really going to be in a good place with the Divas?
Personally, I rank Paige and AJ as the two best divas and a loss of either of them from the division would be very damaging to the divas.
There are many ex-divas names being tossed around for returns in 2015 and bringing in older names could be seen as the WWE recognising the danger of losing AJ.
They have done very well with the divas in 2014 and with the new year could come a new challenge and I hope the divas left will be able to rise to it.
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