When it comes to the Divas Division with WWE, many people immediately have a negative attitude towards it as well as how little focus the company has given it over the past few years.
With several forgettable matches taking place amongst the Divas Division, whether it be on an episode of Monday Night Raw or SmackDown or even at a pay-per-view event, WWE has certainly proved its female talent is not its top priority.
Combine this with a number of confusing or irrelevant story lines and it becomes clear why it has been such a struggle for so many of the female WWE superstars to gain the respect as of late.
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For one female wrestler which WWE has under their wing, however, there is an even longer journey ahead, before she gains a deserved amount of respect on the main roster.
For followers of the WWE Network's show Total Divas, Eva Marie is a household name as she has often been the topic of a large part of many episodes.
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Whether it be with good or bad reasoning, the 31-year-old's involvement on the programme has certainly seen her performance in the ring change somewhat.
Eva Marie has never been a solid hit with the crowds and despite her seemingly not being phased by their negative chanting, as she revealed in an interview with Rolling Stone recently, their harsh words must be seen as an obstacle in her career.
She said: "For me, it’s all about being the character, so those boos and the craziness are super-inviting – I want it and I want them to continue bringing it...".
While Eva Marie may well feel fans telling her that she 'can't wrestle' is something which proves her bad-girl persona is working, there are several members of the WWE Universe who will say they chant such things because it is true.
Ultimately, when looking at several of the female wrestlers at WWE's developmental brand; NXT, Eva Marie stands out for all the wrong reasons.
She often gets booed, whether it be for a backstage segment, microphone work or for her in-ring performances, meaning she is certainly not someone the WWE Universe will be wishing makes a full-time main roster appearance anytime soon.
As committed as her latest interview proves she may be, it will surely be a long time before Eva Marie has the support of followers of WWE.
With the current state of the WWE Diva's Division struggling as much as it is, however, it could still be sometime before we see any significant change made, whether it becomes 'All Red Everything' or not.