WWE: Biggest things to happen to WWE over the past five years (1)

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So much has changed in WWE since 2010, the brand split, only one world title, only one women’s title. The Undertaker's streak has been broken, superstars have retired, NXT has become a dominant force and the divas have gone from strength to strength, but what are the stand out moments of the past five years?

I have narrowed it down to just five.


Coming in fifth would have to be the Divas Revolution I know it was only a few months ago that this began and it has fizzled out slightly over the past few weeks, but if you have watched the divas division and WWE for the past five years then you will realise that this is ten steps ahead of where it used to be.

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Since the likes of Mickie James, Melina, Beth Phoenix and Maryse walked away from the business WWE has had to look upon the likes of The Bella Twins to lead the new generation. They tried and over the past few years we have seen it fail, now is the time for the NXT Divas to take over and build towards what should be the dawning of a new era in WWE.

AJ Lee and Kaitlyn brought a new feud feeling to the divas division in 2013 but since Kaitlyn's departure the Divas Division has revolved very much around Paige, AJ Lee and Nikki Bella and when AJ Lee announced her retirement earlier this year, the divas division fell further and further in the WWE Universe's eyes. 

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