The WWE Women's Division took a huge step forward at WrestleMania when the company finally retired the Divas Championship to bring in the new Women's title.
This was supposed to be the beginning of a new era for the female talent on WWE's main roster but sadly what has followed has been much of the same thing that the WWE Universe are used to watching.
One of the biggest problems WWE has is the fact that they have so many women on their main roster now that they can't fit all of them into every show, which means that there are always women over looked and it seems WWE only knows how to out women into tag team matches.
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TAG TEAM ETHIC?
This isn't a new problem for WWE's women's division, it can be traced back to the days of AJ Lee where WWE decided to schedule tag team matches at both the 2014 Royal Rumble and WrestleMania a few months later rather than forcing Nikki Bella to defend her title.
This was later revealed as WWE's way of ensuring Nikki became the longest reigning women's champion that year, it was thought that this would change when Charlotte, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch were called up to the main roster but this wasn't the case.
The entire 'Divas Revolution' was based around three tag teams that never revealed an eventual winner before all three teams split and WWE instead decided to align Dana Brooke with Charlotte and Becky Lynch with Natalya and again favoured a tag team match at this years Money in the Bank event.
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WWE needs to find a way to include their big names in the title matches and then allow the remaining members of the roster to have feuds of their own. There doesn't only have to be one Women's match on every episode of Raw, so WWE could make use of a lot more of their talent.
The likes of Sasha, Becky and Charlotte could have rivalries that go on forever and they will always be watchable, but WWE needs to add more excitement to these matches so that they are not in danger of becoming stale.
With the current rumour regarding the upcoming brand split stating that the Women's Division could be placed on just one show, this means that there could be less and less women on the show which means less places for the main roster talent.
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