WWE Divas: Where is the revolution?

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It is time for WWE to bring back the Women's Title and return to Lita v. Trish Stratus-caliber rivalries.


Nikki Bella is only 14 days away from breaking now-retired AJ Lee's record as longest reigning Divas Champion, which is a shame considering the vast difference between the skill levels of the two.

Unfortunately, most of the women who could have put on convincing matches with Lee were being held back in favor of the Bellas. Not much has changed thus far.


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A revolution in women's wrestling in WWE supposedly was sparked upon the call up of some of NXT's top stars. Undoubtedly, match quality has improved since the arrival of NXT Women's Champion Sasha Banks, Charlotte, and Becky Lynch on RAW and SmackDown.

Sasha Banks aligned herself with Naomi and Tamina to form B.A.D. (Beautiful and Dangerous) while Becky Lynch and Charlotte joined forces with Paige. Of course, WWE Divas Champion Nikki Bella is still backed up by her sister Brie and by Alicia Fox.

Perhaps, WWE added the veteran and former Divas Champion Alicia Fox to lend the Bellas duo more credibility. Yet, it is baffling that Fox has only been champion once and not since 2010.


Singles and tag team matches have been formed from several combinations of the three newly formed factions. All three members of Team Bella have lost to Banks, Lynch, and Charlotte, but Team Bella still enjoys the upper hand.

If this is allowed to continue, what is the point of having a "Divas Revolution?" Having fun matches while maintaining the status quo is hardly a revolution.

How long do we have to wait to see the very best women wrestlers not only put on great matches but actually reach the top? 

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