There is little denying that the WWE Divas are not at the forefront of the minds of the company's creative team as of late.
With several half-hearted story lines being introduced as well as a significantly less amount of airtime and overall focus in comparison to the males on the roster, it is understandable that the WWE Divas are unhappy.
As if the state of their performance careers on WWE programs such as SmackDown and Monday Night Raw were not frustrating enough, what was a successful platform for the Divas seems to be unfortunately heading the same way.
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When Total Divas started out, it provided a first-hand insight into the lives of the female professional wrestlers on the WWE roster as well as including names such as John Cena and Daniel Bryan.
The show brought something fresh and exciting to the WWE Universe, who had not previously had access to so much of what goes on inside the life of a typical WWE Diva.
Despite this innovative idea, it appears the company's latest decision demonstrates that the creative team are running out of ideas for this show, too. As What Culture reports, PWINsider has revealed that WWE Diva Naomi, whose real name is Trinity Fatu, is set to be replaced on the show.
Although this news will already come as a surprise to fans of the programme as well as Naomi herself, it has brought about even more criticism because of who Naomi's replacement will be.
It was announced that the female Tough Enough runner-up Amanda Saccomanno will step up to the mark, having been added to the cast following finishing behind Sara Lee in the WWE competition.
Amanda certainly has the right look to become the latest addition to be added to the cast but aside from that it is difficult to understand why WWE have made this move. Even away from Total Divas, followers of WWE will be aware of Naomi's capabilities and sound focus as a WWE superstar, which will undoubtedly leave Amanda with huge boots to fill.
With its Divas Division already faltering on its weekly programming, WWE could really have done without making a decision to anger fans of the female superstars even more.
There are a number of big-name WWE Divas leading the cast on the show such as the Bella Twins and Paige, making Amanda's inclusion even more confusing.
Time will tell just how well the Tough Enough runner-up will fit into the show but having replaced someone like Naomi, it seems very apparent that WWE are lost for ideas with their female talent once again.