The WWE is currently in the process of re-branding it's Women's division as they have launched a brand new title and have seemingly dropped the title of 'Diva' to describe it's female talent.
With new Women's Champion Charlotte leading the way in the division and former NXT talents like Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch helping to push the division to new heights, the future does look bright for WWE's women.
While the division is quickly gaining more respect, one woman clearly feels that she has been left behind as former two time Diva's Champion Paige has made some controversial comments on her career.
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Paige was talking at the Wizard World Madison on Sunday when the topic of her WWE career surfaced during a Q&A session.
Paige claimed that she doesn't know what the WWE are doing with her character as she has barely featured on WWE programming the last few months.
However she wasn't done there, Paige would then go on to claim that she doesn't know if her character is a heel or a face.
It is hard to argue with her as her former status as one of the top women on the roster has seemingly disappeared.
The woman who once claimed to have started the 'Diva's Revolution' now seemingly can't even earn a spot on RAW.
Paige may be unsure where her career is heading, but we can only hope that the WWE creative team haven't forgotten about her.
No room at the top?
The Women's division is constantly changing these days and after months of Banks, Lynch and Charlotte headlining events, Natalya is now making a run at the title.
She took on Charlotte tonight with the Women's Championship on the line and was unsuccessful at de-throning the daughter of Ric Flair.
Who will be the women to un-seat Charlotte as Champion is anyone's guess but right now, Paige looks to be as far away from being that person as possible.
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