Nothing says legitimacy like having a wrestler return from an almost yearlong layoff to win the premier title in a division.
Seeing Layla return is a good thing, and it was quite symbolic that she made her return at this pay-per-view.
It was at Extreme Rules last year that she picked up the injury which kept her out for so long.
This match wasn't anything new, but it just represents another move in the wrong direction for the Divas division.
It made sense to not have Beth Phoenix wrestle Nikki Bella after she injured herself on Raw earlier in the week.
What didn't make sense was to immediately give Layla a title shot.
She has done literally nothing for almost an entire year when it comes to moving up the ranks of Divas Championship contenders. And then she goes and actually wins the title.
Most fans can pick up the fact that WWE doesn't take the Divas division seriously anymore. The company is clearly just waiting for Kharma to make her return.
But even when fans get the highly anticipated Kharma/Beth Phoenix match, how can anyone really care when the Divas Championship is devalued so much?