WrestleMania 32 should prove to be a platform for WWE's Diva's Division..

WWE should revitalise the Divas Division at WrestleMania 32

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With WrestleMania 32 just around the corner, WWE is close to confirming the match card for the biggest night of the professional wrestling year.

Whilst the company currently has a wide selection of talent to choose from with regard to its male wrestlers for the event, the female area of the roster is yet again left with little focus.

The biggest match WWE are able to put on during WrestleMania 32 for the Diva's Division is one which has the WWE Diva's Championship Title on the line, and they have done just that.


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With this in mind, however, whilst this match is important for the female wrestlers involved in it, it does not have an entirely positive effect on the rest of the roster for the future, or have a huge impact on the night itself.


Whilst it is unlikely that a WWE debut match would take place at a WrestleMania event, the idea of an NXT Diva making her main roster debut appearance on The Grandest Stage Of Them All, should not be ruled out.

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Following the success of the NXT Divas Revolution which took place last year, the popularity of names such as Sasha Banks, Charlotte and Becky Lynch has dropped since the female talent originally burst onto the main roster scene.

An appearance by someone such as Bayley therefore, would undoubtedly be unexpected, but should still be considered.

Hearing her music hit in front of such a huge crowd at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, would surely be something memorable and would go down extremely well with the WWE Universe.

Legendary return

An alternative route which WWE could choose to go down in relation to boosting the Diva's Division at WrestleMania 32, would be to bring back a female legend of the industry.

This is something which WWE appear to have had the option of for some time now, with the likes of Trish Stratus and Lita, both suggesting that they would be open to either one more WWE match, a WWE appearance, or both.

To have either of these women run down the ramp in Texas to teach the current younger female talent on the roster what it means to be a female wrestler in WWE would certainly be something special.

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Having something like this take place would also give the Diva's Division the boost it needs, in the best way possible and on the biggest night of the year; at WrestleMania 32.

Ultimately, those in charge of WWE along with the company's creative team, must not let the importance of the female talent be forgotten about, least of all on an occasion as big as WrestleMania.

The female wrestlers at WWE have worked just as hard as the male talent in order to get where they are today and as such, should be able to showcase their talent and gain the respect they deserve, in return. 

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