With very little improvement in recent months, Vince McMahon and his company have slipped back into giving female wrestlers little to no focus.
Whilst the Women's Division makes up a small part of the main WWE roster, the talent which makes it is undoubtedly deserved due fair treatment.
Instead, the company continues to favour producing meaningless matches with average story lines which only involve certain female WWE superstars.
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When the name Sasha Banks is mentioned within the WWE Universe lately, the question is often asked of how the company is using her, if at all.
This is hugely disappointing given the huge fan base Banks has, which was clearly evident during her entrance to her Women's Championship match at WrestleMania 32 with Becky Lynch and Charlotte.
What is perhaps even more concerning in relation to WWE's failure to see Banks' worth is that it is almost a year since she made her main roster debut.
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Within that time, it would have been understandable should the 24-year-old have become Women's Champion at some stage but yet the company has instead chosen to regularly keep her off television entirely.
It is as if Vince McMahon and his staff have realised the mistake they have made in not giving Sasha Banks the push she deserves sooner so know the reaction they will receive from fans as a result.
With this in mind, they have instead decided to keep her off television on several occasions whilst Charlotte is able to hold onto the Women's Championship Title for a prolonged period of time.
This method has understandably angered and frustrated fans of professional wrestling who witnessed Sasha Banks' rise to fame under NXT and hoped to see something similar on the main roster.
WWE has succeeded again in having something worthwhile with the NXT Diva's Revolution last summer and yet as with many decisions made regarding the Women's Division, have failed to deliver in the long run.
Sasha Banks is by far the most popular female wrestler the company has on the main roster and ignoring her talent and restricting her from being able to prove her worth will ultimately only prove detrimental to WWE in the future.
WWE must rectify the mistake they made in not making Sasha Banks the WWE Women's Champion and must certainly act fast in pushing her towards the Women's Title before it is too late and she becomes yet another forgotten-about WWE superstar.
Do you feel WWE have left it too late to give Sasha Banks the push she deserves? Have your say in the comments box below!