At the beginning of 2012, it looked like two WWE divisions—tag team and Diva—were biding time until being dissolved.
But then, something happened. WWE realized that the tag team division was worth saving, so it started paying more attention to developing teams (Team Hell No, Rhodes Scholars, Prime Time Players) and less attention to throwing singles stars together (Kofi Kingston and R-Truth, Santino Marella and Zack Ryder).
The result: Tag team wrestling became relevant again in the eyes of the WWE Universe.
If it worked for the tag team division, then why not for the Divas?
The Divas division was dealt several blows last year with the losses of Kelly Kelly, the Bella Twins and Beth Phoenix. The remaining stars were either faces or heels, depending upon how the WWE Creative Team was feeling that day.
There is a good mix of Diva veterans (Natalya, Alicia Fox, Eve Torres) and new talent (AJ Lee, Kaitlyn, Tamina Snuka). Mesh these with some of the talent in the NXT, and you have the foundation to rebuild the division.
And by the way, lose the “Diva” nickname and refer to them as who they are—wrestling stars.
With the women taken care of, that leads us into our next resolution…