OK, the departure of long-time WWE Diva Eve Torres this week may look to many to be the final nail in the coffin of the company's weak women's division.
Undoubtedly, the charismatic and talented Torres has been carrying the Divas division as champion, with her terrific performances seemingly being the only thing keeping it from fading into total irrelevancy.
And it remains to be seen if new champion Kaitlyn (Kaitlyn won the belt from Eve on Monday's Raw, leading the irate Diva to hand in her notice later on in the show) is an adequate replacement. Sure, the former model is pretty, personable and popular with the crowd, but her clunky wrestling skills still leave a lot to be desired.
The rest of the division hasn't fared much better.
When it comes to the in-ring side of things, Aksana and Rosa Mendes are both botch-prone and awful. We don't need to seem them wrestle, that's for sure. Cameron and Naomi, the Funkadactyls, both have potential, particularly Naomi, but are stuck being backup dancers to comedy act Brodus Clay.
Meanwhile Layla El, Tamina and Natalya are all proficient wrestlers, but have seemingly been forgotten by the booking team.
Come to think of it: When was the last time we even saw former Divas champion Alicia Fox on television?
But, hey, WWE management could turn things around and make the division worth watching again. If they want to, that is (it's a big "if").
With this in mind, here are seven simple ways women's wrestling in the company can get back on its feet.