As WWE continues to focus on everything but its hugely talented Divas Division, it has become more important now than ever for them to prove their worth on the roster.
WWE does not have a select few incredible female professional wrestlers at present, but rather a whole host of them, none of which ever seem to get the credit they deserve for their abilities.
Following the Divas Revolution which took place earlier this year, WWE's Divas Division is now made up of several NXT stars as well as its original female superstars.
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Each of these women possess something which is unique and memorable both in and out of the ring, whether it be a relative who is a WWE legend, or a skill set which is incomparable to that of another Diva.
Monday Night Raw
Following this week's edition of Monday Night Raw, WWE has received a huge amount of controversy following the ending of the show.
This was because, despite Paige and Charlotte gaining the main event segment by closing the show, their contract signing saw Paige bring up Charlotte's brother, Reid Flair, who tragically passed away two years ago.
The mention of Reid's name was entirely unnecessary and, given the fact that since the programme aired it has come to light neither Reid's Mother or Father were contacted regarding the use of his name, it shows just how heartless WWE can be.
This foolish decision aside, the fact Paige and Charlotte ended this week's episode of Raw was a notable turning point in the way the WWE Universe views the current Divas Division.
It enabled both the company and its fans to see just what the female WWE superstars are capable of, as well as how utilising their talent would be beneficial to the business.
With this in mind, as long as WWE continues to give the Divas the focus they deserve during their weekly programming and thus creates enough hype leading up to it, a main event match at a WWE pay-per-view should surely be coming soon for certain Divas.
Hall Of Famer
To add to this deserved notion, none other than professional wrestling legend and WWE Hall Of Famer Trish Stratus recently gave her view on female wrestlers headlining a pay-per-view event.
As Wrestling Inc reports, Stratus was all for the idea:
"Next, it's time for us to see ladies on the current roster get a main event spot on a PPV card – it's clear they're ready, and so are we. Besides, putting their top athletes into the main event spot is what WWE does, gender shouldn't be a factor."
While it is clear the female wrestlers on the WWE roster are physically fit to headline a pay-per-view event, it is the story line which goes with the match and how that is sold which is also important.
This in turn, could mean that a Divas main event match is still a long way off, but if WWE continues to gives its female wrestlers an opportunity as with this week's episode of Raw, we could see it sooner rather than later.