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Your Two Cents is back with a twist! Here, we discuss a hot topic and present two points of view on the subject and you, the reader, take center stage and provide us with…your two cents!
A year ago, #GiveDivasAChance trended from fan unrest of poor treatment of the women’s division in the WWE. Fans were told to keep watching and that their voices were being heard. And for a while, the women would get longer matches and added segments for their stories. In July of last year, the “Divas Revolution” saw the debuts of Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte, three out of the four of the heralded “Four Horsewomen” of NXT with the other member, Bayley ruling NXT as the NXT Women’s Champion.
Soon after this, Charlotte dethroned Nikki Bella as the Divas Champion. Only two months after debuting on the main roster. Sasha Banks would go undefeated for about a year. Becky Lynch didn’t get as much as the other two, but would have relatively consistent TV time over the past year.
The rest of roster, not so much. As WrestleMania roamed around, the Horsewomen would be on the main card in a thrilling match for the new Women’s Title. The rest of the roster competed in a great 10 Diva Tag match. As 2016 begins to wind down, we’ve seen the Horsewomen dominate the television. In NXT, it’s clear that Bayley is the top star male or female, but it is also obvious that the majority of the division is struggling to make strides with infrequent television time, unclear presentation of character and just an overall lack of direction.
It leaves a question in the minds of fans: is the WWE overpushing the Four Horsewomen at the expense of the rest of the roster?
Here’s where you, the reader come in, do you think:
YES! The Horsewomen are being overpushed and the other women are not getting a chance to shine. We want to see all types of the women get a push!
NO! The Horsewomen have a proven track record and it is smart to capitalize on said success. We’ve been asking for this kind of treatment for years and it’s great to get it!
Let us know where you stand in the comments!