The previous twelve months have been monumental for the Women's division in the WWE as the NXT revolution has moved onto the main roster.
After an incredible women's triple threat match at WrestleMania 32 and the introduction of a new title, things have certainly changed in the division.
Despite the huge strides that have been taken in the women's division over the last year, there is still a lot of fan unrest around the current creative decisions.
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One of the biggest fan favourites is the Boss Sasha Banks who despite her cult following, has not been given the push that many feel she deserves.
Banks' appearances on RAW and Smackdown have been limited in recent weeks after she suffered a rumoured injury.
Despite that, many fans feel like she deserves a bigger push than she was receiving prior to getting hurt and given the posts that Banks has shared on social media site tumblr recently, it looks like she agrees.
Firstly sharing a post that simply said "#JusticeforWomensDivision", Banks would then share another fans opinion.
The second post that she shared made reference to the WWE pushing through barriers and overcoming negative mindsets about women's wrestling, only to stop their momentum.
The tumblr user 'frankiemarko' would go on to claim that the WWE are depriving the fans of what they want to see - top class women's wrestling.
Critical or not, Banks sharing the posts is an interesting move and one that could be seen as her launching an attack against the creative team.
A bold move
This Sunday will see the Money in the Bank PPV in which current Women's Champion Charlotte will actually not defend her title.
The champion will instead compete in a tag team match where she will partner Dana Brooke against Natalya and Becky Lynch.
A questionable move not having the championship being defended at one of the biggest events of the year, but with Summer Slam two months away, the WWE will need a big program heading into their second biggest event of the calendar year.