On last week’s Raw, General Manager AJ Lee was forced to resign from her position amid allegations she was carrying a scandalous outside-of-work affair with John Cena. Both denied anything inappropriate had gone on, but it didn’t matter to the Board of Directors. The message was clear: AJ had to go.
So for the first time in many months, AJ looks set to head back to WWE’s beleaguered Divas division and compete.
But this doesn’t have to be considered a demotion for the former GM—freed of her rigid corporate role and a position she was arguably never suited for. AJ now looks set to accomplish big things as a women’s wrestler.
Here are seven reasons why we can expect AJ to rule over women’s wrestling in the company.