The Divas Division has been the subject of much debate over the past few months. The #GiveDivasAChance movement doesn't seem to have had the desired effect and so the females of WWE still seem to be fighting to be noticed.
That being said, putting Tamina and Naomi together, even though it was a rehash of the AJ Lee/ Tamina story last year, has been a stroke of genius and has helped light up the division once more.
WWE have also used the Daniel Bryan saga to their advantage and allowed The Bella's to turn face, while Paige has returned and now has her sights set on the title as well.
What lies ahead?
Technically Naomi had her Divas Championship match on Raw and because her partner Tamina caused the disqualification, Naomi should now go to the back of the line and allow Paige to cash in on the opportunity she was robbed of when Naomi attacked her in london.
Instead WWE has just announced that in less than two weeks time at the Network exclusive Elimination Chamber event. Nikki Bella will defend her divas championship for just the third time on pay-per-view this year and it will be the first triple threat match since Night of Champions last year. A match that also included Nikki and Paige but saw AJ Lee walk out with the spoils.
It is hard to decipher who the face and heel are in this set up, this week on Smackdown Paige was attacked by Naomi and Tamina and Nikki Bella made the save, leading to the belief that Paige is now a tweener, meaning that she is neither face nor heel, she just wants the Divas Championship.
This match has been added to an already exceptional card for a bonus pay-per-view that sees NXT Champion Kevin Owens taking on John Cena, The Tag Team Championships decided inside the steel structure as The New Day defend against Los Matadores, Lucha Dragons, Tyson Kidd and Cesaro, Prime Time Players and The Ascension.
The Intercontinental Championship is also defended Satan's playground as Dolph Ziggler, Ryback, Rusev, R-Truth, Sheamus and King Barrett battle it out for the vacant championship. Whilst the main event sees former stable matches Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins clash for the first time in singles action with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line.
For an event that seemed to have been rushed to set up and hardly fits well into WWE's calendar, it looks to be one of the most eagerly anticipated and well presented nights of the year.
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