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WWE News: Former WWE Women's Champion Returning to the Company Soon?

Chris HumphreyCorrespondent IJanuary 6, 2017

It has not been a great last several months for the Divas from practically no challengers and almost being left off WrestleMania completely if it wasn’t for Maria Menounos.

With the Bella Twins possibly leaving the WWE at the end of this month, the razor thin Divas division will finally get a shot of new energy as former Women’s Champion Layla returns to the ring after ACL and MCL surgery.

From WrestlingInc.com:

Rumors are that WWE Diva Layla will return to TV once RAW and SmackDown return from the current overseas tour.

Even though most fans want to see Kharma take on Beth Phoenix in a match, I think a feud between Layla and the current Divas Champion could have potential to be a good one just for the fact that we have a new face in the Divas division.

In addition to a new face in the division, there is a chance that Divas’ matches on Raw and Smackdown could be longer than a blink of an eye like they have been the past several weeks.

It would be awesome to see the WWE put as much effort in the current crop of Divas as they did in the late 90s and the early part of the 2000s in arguably the most competitive era for the division in the company’s history.

With the Divas division floating adrift without any true direction as of late, what do you think the WWE should do with the Divas division in the coming months?

Chris Humphrey is a WWE Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. Become his fan on Facebook or follow him on Twitter @_CBH_.

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