The Miz TV segment involving the WWE Divas may have placed the final nail in the coffin for the Divas Revolution as it was demeaning to all those involved.
The WWE have forced feed the WWE Universe the idea of a Divas Revolution since the promotion of former NXT Divas Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, and the current Divas Champion Charlotte, to the main roster.
While it was looking good at first because these Divas were receiving the recognition they deserved, it seems the whole movement has quickly transpired and gone down hill.
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Now, the agenda seems to be for all the Divas to have the microphone whenever they are on Raw - arguably the WWE's flagship show which receives the most attention - and blurt out the phrase 'I started the Divas Revolution'.
This isn't good and it isn't going to connect with the WWE Universe because Raw is a wrestling show. There hasn't been enough wrestling amongst the Divas to actually put a value to the words which they say.
Instead, they choose to undermine one another with the same insults every week - 'When you have two boyfriends like yours (referring to Nikki and Brie Bella), who really needs ambition?' - and it's starting to make the Divas division boring again.
And it was made worse by The Miz this week when he deemed the fight between Charlotte and Paige a cat fight. If the WWE wants the Divas to be taken seriously, they should stop undermining them with male talent and actually bill them as competitors in a serious match of worth.
The announcers didn't help the situation either in the match that followed, as they spent too much time talking about who started the Divas Revolution, rather than calling the match which was right in front of them.
And why on earth did Charlotte and Lynch team up with Paige again after last week? Neither of them went for Paige either as soon as she entered, which is what a lot of people would have expected to happen, especially after what the former Divas Champion said on Raw last week.
It seems like the WWE isn't going forward with this angle. Instead, they're just talking about it consistently and it's impairing the Divas. Let them actually develop the rivalry like proper wrestlers do.