It is almost a year since WWE finally put it's female wrestlers on the map by calling up several NXT stars to produce the 'Women's Revolution'.
Whilst it has unquestionably brought about some memorable and surprising moments however, the Women's Revolution has done little in meeting the expectations which many had.
This is not to say the female WWE superstars are to blame for the average story lines and repetitive matches, but more those in charge at the company who have placed too little focus on what is a hugely talented area of WWE.
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There is no denying the potential which the likes of Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks and Charlotte possess.
Over the course of the last year however, WWE have neglected the idea of paying any real attention to this and instead chose to keep its focus firmly on the male-dominated roster.
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This unfair balance is not something which has been welcomed by WWE fans, who have continued to show their support for many of the female wrestlers during both WWE programming and at live events.
It is with this support in mind that the company should see the imminent draft in combination with the WWE Brand Split, as an opportunity to promote the talent of its female wrestlers.
Having two separate rosters on two different shows means even more options for WWE in relation to story lines, groups and even Championship Titles.
Although there are still a number of well-respected and promising female stars at NXT at present, calling too many more of them up may leave the developmental brand with a lot less to work with.
As such, WWE should be sure to develop story lines and fresh ideas with the current Women's Division on its main roster, along with the inclusion of one or possibly a maximum of two new faces.
One of the biggest plus points to come about from the brand split is that it will enable mid or low-card talent to receive their well-deserved time in the spotlight.
The female WWE superstars are certainly no exception to this as names such as Natalya, Paige and Sasha Banks could all have the chance to prove their incredible ability as individual wrestlers.
Ultimately, the WWE draft could go a number of ways but as long as the company allows its female wrestlers to succeed more as individuals and in new ways as a result of it, it is sure to be a success.
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