We are less than one week away from what is sure to be a historic night in WWE as the company celebrates the 1,000th episode of Monday Night Raw.
Over the years, we have seen a slew of divas come across our television screens, some of which changed the perception of what women could do in the business.
As WWE lines up the surprises for next week's three-hour show, they should consider using some of the women who helped make "diva" a regular word in the vocabulary of wrestling fans.
Here is a look at five women who WWE should consider using on what is sure to be an unforgettable night in the company's history.
Sable was one of the first divas in the company and one of their most popular.
Among her career accomplishments are becoming women's champion and appearing in Playboy magazine three times.
Sable left the company and then filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the company. The two parties ended up settling out of court.
But this all became water under the bridge when Sable made a surprising return to the company in 2003, even participating in an angle with Mr. McMahon.
Sable is also the real-life wife of Brock Lesnar, who will be on the 1,000th episode of Raw to respond to Triple H's SummerSlam challenge.
It would be a good opportunity to have Sable there as well, if nothing else than just for a brief cameo appearance.
There is little question that Stephanie McMahon has been a part of some of the biggest moments in Raw history.
The McMahon-Helmsley era was a very influential one in the early 2000s and Stephanie became perhaps the most disliked character on the roster.
Stephanie has not been a regular persona on television for years, choosing to work behind the scenes and involve herself in projects like the company's "Be A Star" campaign, but an appearance from the "Billion Dollar Princess" would make sense.
Sunny has recently come across some problems that would likely prevent her from appearing on this show, but there is no doubting this woman's place in the company's history and that of Monday Night Raw.
Sunny's WWE career started as a member of the Bodydonnas and along with Skip, who was her real-life boyfriend Chris Candido, she quickly became a star.
In 1996, Sunny had a huge year and can be credited with the term "diva" being used to this day in reference to the female competitors within the company.
That year, Sunny won Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Manager of the Year award along with being named AOL's most downloaded woman of the year.
Despite being utilized much differently than women in the company are today, Sunny made a big name for herself, leading four different tag teams to the tag team titles.
Sunny was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this past year, one of only five women to ever achieve that honor.
Hopefully she can get past the recent issues she is struggling with so that she can shine in front of the WWE Universe one more time.
Rewind your minds back to 2000-2001, if you can. At that time, Lita was arguably as popular as just about anyone on the roster.
Lita was one of the most influential divas in history and her partnership with the Hardy Boyz made her, Matt and Jeff huge stars.
Lita is a former WWE women's champion and her rivalry with Trish Stratus is about as good as we've seen out of two women in the WWE. In fact, on the December 6, 2004 edition of Raw, the two ladies were given the main event slot of Raw and they put on an excellent match.
Lita's off-screen relationship with WWE Hall of Famer Edge led many fans to rebel against her and in some ways may have tarnished her career, but Lita should still be remembered for her accomplishments.
Like there was any doubt.
The seven-time WWE women's champion is a must-have for the 1,000th episode.
Remember when Raw celebrated its 10-year anniversary? It was this woman who was awarded as the "Diva of the Decade."
Trish's accomplishments are many, but to be considered one of the greatest female competitors of all time after considering what they brought her in as, is probably the most impressive at all.
Brought in as the role of a valet to a team named T&A, Trish evolved over the years and truly became an all-around great performer, one the WWE has not seen the likes of since.
She now runs her own yoga studio in her home of Toronto but she has made appearances on WWE television since her retirement, including being one of the coaches on the return of the "Tough Enough" series.
Trish really should be a shoo-in to be on this show and fans should almost expect to see her.