WWE Rumors: Releasing Kharma Would Further Destroy Divas Division
WWE has never really taken the Divas division seriously. Kharma was supposed to change that, at least to some extent, when she debuted with the company last year. Sadly, her WWE tenure could be over before it really got started.
There are a lot of rumors running around about what the future holds for Kharma in WWE after she sent out this vague, cryptic tweet on Thursday.
Getting a flood of dm's. I guess the cat's out of the bag.— Kharma (@Kharma) July 12, 2012
It should also be mentioned that Kharma is no longer listed on the active Divas roster on the WWE website. She alerted fans that she has been added to the alumni section, though if you look at the website, Kharma is not there either.
If Kharma is, in fact, being released, it is a dark day for the Divas division. There are talented wrestlers in the division, but WWE could care less about giving them matches to showcase what they can do.
Where Should Kharma Be Working?
The women WWE hires and actually uses are there to look pretty and get in magazines, and there is no need to have wrestling ability.
Look at what is going on in the division right now.
A.J. is being pushed as the focal point of a WWE Championship Match involving CM Punk and Daniel Bryan at Money In the Bank because she is the special referee and we are supposed to care who she is going to end up with.
Kelly Kelly has been in WWE for six years, yet she has no idea how to run the ropes. Natalya, who is probably the best female worker on the roster, is never given anything to do in the ring because WWE just doesn't care about what she can do well.
Kharma was at least something different. WWE seemed to have a plan for her when she debuted. Personal circumstances intervened with her push, but is there really no way for WWE to figure out something to do with her?
Let's hope that all this is much ado about nothing, because the Divas division was far more interesting with Kharma in it.
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