Raw Redux (July 9th, 2012): This Week, Eve Guest Stars on WWE High School!

Warning: When I started writing this, I had no idea it would turn out this way. I was simply going to do a recap like always, but then personal feelings and opinions poured out, and there we go. I just want to state that this is just MY opinion and it DOES NOT necessarily reflect the opinions of the rest of the staff here at Diva Dirt. This is all me and has nothing to do with Melanie, Erin, Steven, Bobby, Katelyn, and Jake.

I can sum up Monday’s Raw in one word and that word is without a shadow of a doubt, brilliant! From the opening segment, to the inclusion of Eve Torres, to the way the show ended and left us hanging, Raw hit a homerun this week. This entire storyline has been a grand slam in my humble opinion and AJ has shown that she is most definitely a star. She posted on her Twitter today that she remembered wrestling in high school gyms for ten bucks a night and that having two women main event Raw was, in other words, a dream for her. It was also a dream for the fans. You can argue that AJ and Eve have been given the most to work with this year, and have the two best characters on the roster. To be fair, they are the only two Divas who have a defined character on the roster. The WWE misses the ball more often that not, but tonight they got it right. And I’m so, so happy.

Raw kicked off with AJ coming to the ring, hopefully looking to explain her actions from SmackDown. Instead of a clear cut explanation, what we got is two of the most ridiculous surprises I have ever seen.

I’ll be honest, when AJ dropped to one knee and proposed to CM Punk, I cringed. You know when you have second-hand embarrassment for someone because you know they are absolutely about to make a fool out of themselves? Well yeah, that’s exactly how I felt when AJ decided to go all out. You just knew it wasn’t going to go over well. That whole scene brought me back to high school when I decided to profess my love to this ignoramus at an Alma Bryant/MGM football game. Needless to say I was politely turned down (he just didn’t see my Khaleesi appeal I guess) but it stung, and at the time, it hurt. There was someone he wanted that was prettier and a hell of a lot more popular than me, and thus it wasn’t meant to be. At the time, I didn’t quite understand it, because when you’re in high school you take absolutely everything to heart. I just automatically assumed I would never be good enough for anyone. But some ten years later, with many many, more rejections under my belt, and having broken a few hearts myself, you come to realize that there will always be someone out there who is prettier, skinnier, and more popular than you are. But you also know that you will find that one boy who just doesn’t care and only wants you.

Whoa, what the hell? When in God’s name did this turn into a personal blog about the voices inside my head? Ahem, anyway…

I’m sure a lot of people can relate to this storyline in their own way. CM Punk is that good guy who doesn’t want to lead anyone on. AJ is that vulnerable girl who just wants someone to love her, and to need her, and she goes about it in all the wrong ways. Daniel Bryan is this vicious predator who sees a way to get back to the top and he doesn’t care if he has to use people in order get there. And Eve is the queen of mean, the head cheerleader so to speak. She just sits back and laughs at how incredibly pathetic this whole situation is turning out to be. It’s bloody beautiful and I honestly have never seen a better storyline in all the years I have watched WWE programming.

When the anonymous Raw General Manager decides that there’s going to be a mixed tag match and Daniel Bryan is put on a team with Eve, his reaction is pretty priceless. These three people have worked absolute magic together. It doesn’t matter that we know damn well they’re not connected together in any way off camera. It doesn’t matter that Twitter, Facebook, the Internet, and everything else out there makes sure we have easy access to these people. None of that means a thing. These three people have put everything into this storyline to make it so entertaining, so exciting, and so, so fresh. I’m not even going to lie. I know that I’ll be devastated if it reaches its conclusion come Sunday.

My thoughts are all over the place on Raw tonight, so I really do apologize for the lack of structure in this Redux. It just feels right to finally put my feelings about this thing to paper, so to speak. A lot of people have criticized this storyline, saying how demeaning it is that AJ is being forced to play a ‘stereotypical crazy girl’. They’ve called her an abuse victim, they’ve said it should be Kaitlyn in this storyline helping AJ out; it’s definitely struck a nerve with everyone. I’m not going to call anyone out for not having the same opinion as me. I don’t expect people to agree with me. AJ was absolutely victimized by Daniel Bryan when she was with him. That’s something a lot of women go through in relationships. It just happens. At some point or another, we’ve all fallen for the wrong man or woman. But the thing people fail to realize is that this is entertainment and in the entertainment industry people play a variety of roles. The great Trish Stratus was once forced to bark like a dog for the Vince McMahon. How many times did we see Melina get humiliated by guys pulling down her skirt or other women slapping her across the face? Everyone in the WWE plays some type of stereotype. Sheamus is the stereotype of what many people believe all Irish people are – brutish drunks who love to fight. Alberto Del Rio is an over-the-top Mexican aristocrat who even has his own personal ring announcer. John Cena is Superman because so many little kids love him. Kelly Kelly is a bubbly, happy-go-lucky All-American girl next door. Kharma, thanks to her size, is this larger-than-life monster who will destroy everyone who gets in her way. The great Mr. Perfect was absolutely perfect at everything he did. He could throw a football, run all the way across the field, and catch the football before it touched the ground. It was amazing. AJ, at the moment, is a girl who is reacting badly to a break-up and acting out, trying so desperately to get attention. She’s a character – everyone plays one, whether it’s a positive character or a negative one.

At this point, we have no idea where this storyline is going to go. For all we know, this is some huge grand plan of AJ’s. She has been the single person in this storyline who has always managed to come out on top and looking better than ever, and I find it heartbreaking that people refuse to see the positives in all of this. AJ is a Diva that people care about. She’s a Diva who is getting huge reactions from all the crowds she appears in front of. She’s someone who came from absolutely nothing and made herself just as big as CM Punk and Daniel Bryan. Those people who hate on this storyline seem to forget that what AJ is doing is living her own personal dream. I find her inspiring. There’s not another girl on that roster who could have pulled off this storyline, and that is something I stand firmly by.

Then there is Eve.

Earlier this year, all we could do was talk about Eve. Overnight this woman went from a face to a seductive, vivacious heel. Another Diva who was giving a dream storyline, took the ball, ran like hell with it, and was put down for her efforts because the storyline was considered “slut shaming.” Wrestling fans are NEVER happy. It drives me to the point where I don’t want to watch the programs anymore. All I hear is give the Divas a chance, but when they are given the chance, it is never good enough. It’s making them look bad because they have to be “slutty” or “crazy.” What the hell do people want? They are not going to build a girl up to be the female John Cena, and if they did, all of you would hate on her too. When Beth Phoenix was dominating everyone in great matches and held the championship for months and months, everyone complained that it was nothing short of boring. When Melina was a face, everyone wanted her to go back to being a heel (I am guilty of this). God forbid we even mention Lay-Cool. Michelle McCool couldn’t do anything right and the whole Lay-Cool storyline was oh so awful because they bullied the other Divas.

Are you kidding me?

We all have the right to our opinion. God knows, I express mine and stand by it, fight for it, and shove it down the throats of others, but there has got to be some kind of happy medium. If you don’t like something, then don’t watch it. If you don’t agree with something, don’t support it. But don’t sit there and bitch at other people who are enjoying whatever it is that you seem to find so much contempt for. I don’t condemn Melanie to hell for her crappy taste in wrestlers. A lot of people like Randy Orton, he just isn’t my cup of tea these days. I don’t sit around and fawn over matches that feature the likes of Jennifer Cruz, Mickie James, Gail Kim, LuFisto, Sunny and Courtney Rush because I’m not a fan of them. But I also don’t care if other people get excited for them because that is their prerogative. We all like different things and different people, and we shouldn’t be judged for having different tastes. I certainly don’t judge Bobby for loving everything his jobber army does when they get on television.

Okay, so that last part did sound judgey, but Bobby and I have that type of relationship. He ruined my future relationship with Prince Dawlf back in Miami and was there when my relationship with Sheamus started.

It’s all good fun.

Damn, it feels good to vent.

Moving on with Raw, there was a backstage segment featuring Eve and CM Punk.

What I love, love, LOVE about this is that Eve absolutely nails this with everything she says. CM Punk has seemingly been the forgotten WWE Champion over the last six months or so. After his beautiful Summer of Punk 2011 storyline, he has been placed on the back-burner, it seems. He has been overshadowed by John Cena, The Rock, Triple H, Undertaker, and even Brock Lesnar. Now, at this particular time, he is being overshadowed by AJ. It was so, so amazing to have Eve point that out to him in the sweetest way possible right before their match.

The match itself was pretty fantastic. It wasn’t some big classic, but what do you really expect? It left me really, really wanting a singles match between AJ and Eve.

skip ahead to 1:47

The ending of this was glorious. I knew the minute Eve wanted that tag that DB wasn’t going to have anything to do with it. This man is so disgustingly wonderful as this jackass heel. I want him to win every single title right now. Eve deserved to get screwed over and there is so, so so much they can do with this angle. Eve can get jealous and angry over this spotlight AJ has, and we can have an all-out, Trish/Lita type of rivalry between the two of them. At the end of the day, all personal feelings aside, isn’t that what we all want?

CM Punk, bless his heart, is so good at trying to do the right thing. AJ just isn’t having it. Daniel Bryan’s face when CM Punk got slapped was absolutely priceless. His reaction afterwards was even better. He just looked so sleazy opening his arms to AJ. I’m surprised he didn’t utter the phrase, “Come home to Daddy.” Uuuuuuuuuuuuuugh. But you know, like always, AJ had the last laugh. Daniel Bryan got the taste slapped out of his mouth as well and it was AJ who led the crowd in the infamous “Yes, yes, yes” chant as she made her way out of the ring and onto the stage. Punk looked bewildered. DB had his hand over his heart like AJ had just ripped it right out of his chest. These three people are everything right now in the WWE and not even John Cena competing in his very first Money in the Bank match can compete.

I feel like I probably offended a ton of my readers with this week’s edition of the Redux, but you guys know that I have never been one to hold my feelings back. I don’t ask for you to like it. The majority of you probably won’t. But at the end of the day, I can write what I want in this column because that’s my job. You can write what you guys want in the comments. Fair is fair, right?

Money in the Bank is this Sunday and there is a heck of a lot on the line for Daniel Bryan, AJ, and CM Punk. Someone is leaving with the WWE Championship. AJ is going to have to make a choice. You all know where I stand. Yes, I still want her to turn heel and align with Daniel Bryan. But if her declaring this match a no-contest and leaving with the title herself means it will continue on and piss off even more, then I say do that. SummerSlam is right around the corner and why not have the pay-off of this summer’s hottest storyline take place at the biggest party of the summer?

I’m just sayin’…

Until next time (unless I end up fired)… Cryssi out!

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  • Ayrton12

    Eve is very good as a heel she is going to do something to confused AJ with their appereance at MITB maybe! Aj vs Eve Divas Campionship some day!

  • wweandtnadivafan

    This whole raw was boring. Im happy we had eve come back but lets face it we are diva fans and we are never pleased with what we get each and every week. I hope eve and AJ face each other in a singles match, or have eve face layla on smackdown.

    • shameronstar

      Something felt really wrong with this Raw because the Raws for the past couple of weeks have actually been relatively decent but this one is like they didn’t know what to do so they just rehashed old crap, and the tag match with John Cena lasting 2 commercial breaks and the pointless rehash of Michael Cole vs Jerry Lawler didn’t help either! Although, the beginning and the end were good mainly because of the AJ stuff:)

      • Kim099

        I agree raw was abit boring

  • DJ8946

    Why During Eve’s Entrance They Didnt Annouce That She Was From Denver Which Is Where RAW Was Held!?

    • Ed

      Because she’s a heel. Being announced as the home town girl would get her cheered.

    • Zane

      Exactly! I found that pretty annoying, I was hoping for a pop for Eve.

  • Jhonmarco

    Loved both segments with AJ, as for Eve? Girl still needs to get it together in the ring. Bicycle kick was way off, though I did enjoy her backstage segment with Punk. I was pleased with Raw once again. Oh and I’m really hoping AJ/Eve isn’t a feud in the cards as judging by this there is no chemistry there at all.

  • Ed

    I’m afraid I must disagree with the redux. Raw was atrocious this week. I love AJ as much as anyone, but when she’s overshadowing not only the WWE champion and #1 contender, but the title itself, that’s a sign that this push is going too far. When CM Punk and Daniel Bryan started feuding over the WWE title, THIS is not how I wanted it to happen. AJ’s involvement was cool at first, and I was on board with it as recently as 2 weeks ago, but it’s just getting out of hand now. The opening video package was all about AJ and the WWE title wasn’t even mentioned! I’m sorry, but that doesn’t make me want to order MITB.

    Are these writers seriously incapable of writing storylines for any Diva NOT named AJ right now? The whole division has practically dropped off the map! Congratulations to AJ, but I’d really like to see some of the other Divas once in a while too.

    And the rest of the show was just horrendous. Cole vs Lawler again (WHY?!?!), stupid Santino-as-Sherlock-Holmes skits, the world championship feud being treated like a throwaway, Cena & Kane tagging together with ZERO mention of that whole Embrace The Hate thing from just a few months ago, freaking Hornswoggle as the anonymous GM, etc.

    Hate on me all you want, but this show flat out sucked.

    • French.One

      The redux title resume it all. It’s an hight school story, which means if you’re a man, you most likely aren’t excited with this story …

      • perceval

        Actually, the guys, the straight ones, anyway, are enjoying watching AJ do her thing, whatever the soap opera necessary for her to do it, is. :)

        • http://rickalicious92.tumblr.com Rickalicious92

          I’m gay and i’m enjoying AJ doing her thing! Just saying.

    • http://www.twitter.com/swax1 swax1

      Ed,i couldn’t have said it better B-)

  • jim462

    CRYSSI we are in total agreemebt RAW was BRILLIANT! AJ is definitely a star the breakout star of the WWE. I get so excited when RAW or Smackdown theme starts just in anticipation what AJ is going to do she is such a tremendous actress and Yes Eve was great too they are the only 2 divas that are not vanilla not just another diva. Over the year AJ & EVE have renewed my enthusiasm for watching on RAW & Smackdown. WWE creative deserves a big thank you too for the great writing keeping it interesting. AJ is the Diva of the yea!!!.With Kharma & Sara Del Rey coming in things are really looking great for us Diva fans

  • WweLitafan4ever

    I did like the promo with Eve/CM Punk
    Eve was right

    • revivingophelia

      The Eve/Punk promo was the highlight of the night for me. It was great that she got a scene with him, and what she said was so true…

  • ricky_says_hi

    i loved the storyline but the match wasn’t good. Eve should not be put in the ring anymore. she is a very improved wrestler but only as a face. she just can’t go in the ring as a heel. that’s why i feel that if an AJ/Eve feud were ever to happen, Eve must be the face and AJ the heel. that’s the only way the match would be good

    • gl83

      Yes, but by being Heel Eve is able to show off more of her personality. Whereas when she was Face she was very bland and boring. It’s a weird tradeoff, I rather Eve remain Heel as she is much more entertaining as one than she ever would as a Face.

    • AKA_AK

      Eve should not be put in the ring anymore? What? They went at it for 2 minutes and did a good job, I dunno what the hell you were watching. Eve should stay heel.

  • gl83

    It seems several people were criticizing the opening segment with Bryan, Punk and AJ. When I was watching that segment, I was thinking why is AJ so nervous and why is she pausing and hesitating so much during her promo? Did she forget her lines or something or having trouble speaking in front of a live audience? Which didn’t make sense at all since she had no problems doing any of these promos in the past month or so.

    But then when she told Punk her feelings and then backed up a bit and got on one knee and proposed to him, it all made sense. Those pauses were to sell the fact that she was hesitant and nervous about what she was going to do next, which was “popping the question” to CM Punk and ask for his hand in marriage. After all when you’re going to make a marriage proposal, of course you are going to be very hesitant and nervous. The way AJ was acting in that situation was realistic and made sense under those circumstances.

    I mean it wouldn’t be realistic at all if she was all nonchalant or acting casual in that situation. Good acting by AJ. She along with Bryan and Punk are making this storyline very “real”.

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  • http://xlittlemissobsessive.tumblr.com/ KellyKellyAJFan

    OMG. Cryssi, thank you for pointing out something that I have felt for awhile which is one, Diva fans are never happy or satisfied with anything and two, people need to relax and not find the need to jump on someone just for liking a Diva or Superstar they do not like. I don’t care don’t care for Mickie James, but you’d never know it. I don’t need to make it apparent I do not like her or make snarky comments toward her fans, there are a lot of people on here who does do that quite often, tho =|

    I am also mobile right now and can make the appropriate comment I want to ATM. I’ll type it up later. Just had to give my kudos to Cryssi for pointing that out in the redux <3

    • http://xlittlemissobsessive.tumblr.com/ KellyKellyAJFan


  • PeriodPalace

    cryssi u r so right ive been saying it for a while now the diva fans are just never happy with anything and just like to complain

  • redsandman99

    I loved the segments and enjoyed the match. AJ/Bryan/Punk at the beginning was whacky fun, with all three playing their roles beautifully. Eve’s segment with Punk nailed many sentiments on the head and I think she definitely works better as a heel character. She was too bland as a face. As for the match, maybe it wasn’t a technical masterpiece but there was a level of aggression there that is rarely seen in diva matches these days. AJ and Eve weren’t there to wrestle they were there to fight. I would love to see an all out battle between the two of them. And hey, divas in the main event? Victory in my book.

  • Mr. Asstastic

    Eve always seems so uncomfortable and apprehensive in the ring. I kept noticing her wiping her nose and playing with her hands last night. She just seems like a nervous wreck who’s constantly trying to remember what she’s supposed to say or do next and it shows through her face and body language.

    • shameronstar

      That’s weird because during her match with Beth at Vengence she looked very comfortable, her movements flowed more fluidly, she appeared A LOT more confident then normal, and her moves, especially the bicycle kick, looked more sharp and aggressive!

    • AKA_AK

      Didn’t notice any of that. Wiping nose? playing with hands? Wow if that’s not blatant nitpicking I don’t know what it. She looked more than comfortable last night and wasn’t nervous at all. What exactly brings you to that assumption anyway? Because from what I saw she showed a nice little glimpse of aggressiveness and personality. She played her part well especially considering how long she’s been out of the ring for.

    • http://twitter.com/BroskiRomano Ryan

      Eve was very off here. Not blaming anyone just u know pointing it out..that ring rust got hold of her. She really took momentum from the match specially with DB n Punk around them and with AJ whos a fireball

      • redsandman99

        Besides from the bicycle kick I don’t see how Eve was off. She and AJ weren’t trying to really wrestle. It kind of came off as they were they just trying to kick the crap out of each other. That’s how I see it anyway.

  • Cheetara86

    Honestly, AJ/punk or AJ/Bryan works for me. Though, I actually would love a heel cm punk/ heel AJ power couple.

  • http://twitter.com/BroskiRomano Ryan

    Cool match AJ rocks love that little mouse!!! And Eve is one hot biotch..but shes just a dick rider haha..and she got just what dick riders deserve..to be discarded cause shes not PART OF THIS!! BAM!!

  • jayjayholler

    It’s so strange to see WWE do everything so PERFECT with a Diva’s storyline. I’m relishing every chance I get to see this storyline evolve.

    • http://xlittlemissobsessive.tumblr.com/ KellyKellyAJFan


  • perceval

    Agreed that some just like to complain. C’mon, folks… A Diva has, for a few weeks, at least, relieved us of Cena constantly getting the top spot. For those who don’t like that, don’t worry. Cena never stays out of the top spot, for long.

    And why AJ instead of (insert name of Diva here)? Listen to the crowds for your answer.

  • steeve

    So madly in love with AJ. No pedigree, no connections, no money, and she’s making the WWE do what they normally can’t stand doing. I swear her body’s chiseled out of a diamond. Eventually the story will wind down to the point where she’s in the ring for more than a few seconds, and then people will be reminded that she flies among the ropes like a comet and can easily duplicate Sin Cara’s best day.

    Please, let it never end.

  • French.One

    Why do people only cares about complaining post and forgot about the others ?
    I read almost every comment and beside some users always bitching about certain divas, most comments are fair.
    Of course there will always be someone saying the diva involved is boring, but does that matter if the majority of the comments are positive ?
    Everyone has a different feeling and has the right to express it as long as it justified.
    Just take a step back, relax and discuss …

  • TheJoJoIsCrazy

    So, I just felt compelled to comment because there ws so much depth to this match and redux. I’d like to start of by saying that I am such a fan of your compositions, Cryssi. You’re always very personable and direct which I love. You always make your points and stand by them and that’s so admirable.

    I noticed everyone seeming to attack Eve. I’d like to share my opinion which is in her defense. I think the bicycle kick was the only move that was really botchy. I think this is equally AJ’s bad because, correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t think she’s ever sold it before. I think the timing for both of them was off. I got serious Trish-Heel vibes off Eve. They constant wanting distance and creating it which I thought played well to AJ’s unstable character. I loved one part, which is my interpetation, but they part in the corner where EVE pulls AJ’s head up. Yes, by the hair, but she looks at her as if trying to say, ” Little girl, this isn’t the place for you.” It was almost, not wise, but mature. Eve presents herself as a “woman” to AJ’s little girl. Eve’s goals are therefore higher than the title or physical matches. Her eyes seemto be for management. I like it. The whole coperate-bitch thing. Very Miss Hancock.
    Theat’s just me. I’m glad the divas are spotlighted but I’d hate them for to overpower the show or the other talents. Lets even the playing field WWE creative but without leveling out the Divas entirely.

  • Adam

    Imo Eve isn’t good in the ring as a heel. She’s awkward, stiff, and sloppy. I still love the girl and think she’s very improved (as a face) in the ring, but honestly she needs more time in the ring to practice as a heel before being put in the main event.

    Also, Layla should have been in this match instead of Eve. For one, Daniel wasn’t happy about being Eve’s partner so you can’t say “but Layla isn’t a heel” because they could have had Layla not be happy about teaming with Daniel either. After all it would make more sense since AJ had actually attacked Layla after Lay beat AJ thanks to Daniel, so I think it would’ve worked out better. Not to mention it would’ve helped get Layla over to have her partner just bail on her like that.

    I just wasn’t feeling Eve last night. AJ was great, but Eve not so much.

    • perceval

      Adam, you’re not still mad at Eve over that whole business with the apple, are you? That was a long time ago.

      • TheJoJoIsCrazy

        I’m sorry but I have to thank you for that comment. xD!!

    • redsandman99

      WWE rarely does face/heel tag teams. Last one I can think of is when Cena and Miz had to team up last year to face Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater. It’s just not a trick they pull out that often, no matter who it is.

  • http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=-3&id=100000716103622#/Only.the.best.get.through?ref=profi Oliver James #BellaArmy!

    I’m calling it now… AJ gets back with Hornswaggle!!! :/

    • http://twitter.com/BroskiRomano Ryan

      Not if Maxine gets to him first!!

  • tomtheactuary

    I loved this recap. I know a lot of people disliked RAW, but I’m with the author – this is a great storyline. It’s different than anything I’ve ever seen them do, and the main players have been great. AJ is amazing: she’s smart, engaging, and lights up the ring or the camera with whatever they’ve given her to do. A lot of men relate to the storyline in different ways. AJ is either that girl you really like – maybe even love – who you cannot for the life of you figure out OR the vindictive ex who could either take you back or run over you with her car, and you never know which. That is quite a character to have so many people react so strongly to her.

    Of course Punk and Bryan are great, both much better in character roles than WWE probably thought they were getting when they recruited these Indycats. Now WWE is trying to find more like them.

  • FameHooker18

    If WWE can invest time and continuity in A.J. and Eve, they could be the next Trish and Lita. I loved Raw this week!!!!! Diva-wise anyway, we got a diva starting and ending the show, we got a diva backstage segment, a diva promo and a divas main event, where the diva got the pin. What more could we ask for. Going back to Trish and Lita comparisons, I see it soooo much with A.J. and Eve now. A.J. being the edgy diva that doesn’t conform to what any other diva does, has an original style and tomboyish attitude. Also A.J. came into wrestling wanting to be a wrestler, all these are similar to Lita. While Eve is a model that got an opportunity to wrestle, and has dedicated herself to it and has improved leaps and bounds and proven she is a wrestler. She also has proven herself as a popular face and a vicious, bitchy, slutty heel all qualities of Trish Stratus. I would love these two to be this eras Trish and Lita, I believe they have the potential, if WWE gives the material the sky is the limit.

    • LadyGoDiva

      I’m not so sure about Eve and AJ being the next trish and lita but I would rather have a feud that is built up like the lita/trish feud.

      • http://xlittlemissobsessive.tumblr.com/ KellyKellyAJFan

        Yeah. I don’t see Eve fitting in Trish’s shoes. She reminds me more of Michelle, if anything. She was never a popular babyface, at all. Trish and Lita were both able to be popular babyfaces and hated heels, i always admired them for that. Also, wasn’t it Eve at one point who bragged and claimed that she was never a model, anyway..? That being said, I would still love to see them feud <3