Is Ronda Rousey the answer to the WWE's Diva problems?

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Despite the recent NXT Divas Revolution, it seems something is still lacking within the WWE Divas Division.

With the likes of Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch and Charlotte earning their way up to the highest roster in professional wrestling, the novelty of the current set-up already seems to have worn off slightly.

Wrong direction

The Bella Twins are looking to stand their ground alongside Alicia Fox whilst Team B.A.D have emerged, consisting of Sasha Banks, Naomi and Tamina.


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The other three-piece female trio, Team PCB, sees probably the most popular WWE Diva at present, Paige, team up alongside previous NXT Women's Champion Charlotte and Becky Lynch.

Although creating these trios may well have meant proving the vast amount of female talent WWE boasts on its roster, it seems as though it has instead resulted in a number of repetitive matches.

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Despite certain Divas such as Charlotte and Becky Lynch being abale to use these matches in order to showcase their impressive in-ring abilities, some story lines have even become slightly predictable already.

With this in mind, the WWE Divas Division requires something memorable in order to revitalise its current state and give it the direction it needs.

Although this could well happen through scheduling an appearance by a Divas legend such as Trish Stratus or Lita, it seems WWE do have another route open to them.

Best option

The biggest female name in sport at present, Ronda Rousey, is known for having a strong link to WWE, and she has a number of fans in the WWE including Stephanie McMahon and Triple H.

Following her memorable appearance at WrestleMania 31 earlier this year alongside none other than The Rock, many questions have been asked about when Rousey will make her WWE return. 

As What Culture reports, Rosey recently responded to a question about whether she would turn to WWE when she eventually retires from UFC:

"Definitely. I loved being in Wrestlemania and will find a way to get back in the squared circle I just have no clue when. And any real wrestling fan would want to be surprised anyway."

Considering she is just 28-years-old there is no doubt that Rousey will not be looking to retire any time soon but when she does, WWE should welcome her with open arms.

There is little argument that Rousey would fit in extremely well within WWE, not least because of the acting career she has developed over the past few years.

Whether she would be written in as an individual or a group leader or member, Rousey would prove a fitting athlete for the company and her involvement would doubtlessly be a huge hit with many members of the WWE Universe. 

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