That's right, folks, the long-awaited courting of Sarah Del Rey seems to be in the works, as WrestlingInc.com reports:
The landscape of WWE developmental is changing big time as some of the more popular independent wrestlers are being signed. Here is an update on some of the latest rumored names for WWE developmental:
Sara Del Rey was indeed offered a WWE developmental deal. She is waiting on medical tests to return but the feeling is that she will pass everything fine.
Del Rey has been wrestling for roughly 10 years, most notably for Ring of Honor. Some of her accomplishments include holding titles for nine different Indy companies, and in 2008, PWI ranked her as the sixth best female wrestler out of 50.
However, if she is cleared, she could completely change the scope of the Diva's division. Not saying that she will be the "savior," but she could bring some prominence back to the struggling division.
Ultimately, I feel she has what it takes to make it in the WWE.
However, the WWE needs to get their act together and start focusing on the Divas; otherwise, this signing is just a waste of their money. Even though they have had some solid female signings, for some reason, for at least five years now, we have seen the focus on the Diva's division shift to more male-dominant storylines.
Hopefully, AJ's push and on-air performance is enough to remind the WWE that they have solid female workers and will allow them more than two minutes to showcase their stuff.
In the end, I guess we shall see what the future holds for Sarah Del Rey.