When it comes to being in WWE, very few people have as much job security as Michelle McCool does. After all, she's in the envious position of being married to a future hall of fame inductee in the Undertaker. It makes it a little bit harder for management to fire you when your legendary husband would surely disapprove.
Word coming out from WWE is that there's going to be a handful of divas who are about to be released. The company is looking to clear out the roster to make room for newer female performers. Over the last few weeks, management has been scouting various modeling agencies, hoping to be able to find that next diva. The company also needs to make room for the NXT contestants.
Let's take a look at the divas who aren't married to the Undertaker and is potentially about to be released.
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She's fun to look at, but she's one of the worst in ring performers in the divas division. Not everyone is going to be able to figure out how to work good matches. It's amazing to think that she's a former champion. Sadly, most WWE fans wouldn't even notice if she was released.
If released by WWE, her wrestling career would more than likely be over. There would be very little interest from TNA.
Eve Torres is another candidate to be released by WWE. While she is currently involved in a program with R Truth, it simply is not doing anything for either one of them. In fact, it just seems that WWE paired them up together so that they can do a dance routine occasionally. Since WWE is more interested in rotating the title belt around, it doesn't look too good for Eve, who has already won the title once.
Eve's in ring skills would not be enough to get her a job with TNA.
When WWE brought up Tamina and the Usos, they were hoping that the trio of multi generation wrestlers would become stars. They were thrust into an immediate title program against Tyson Kidd & David Hart Smith. That didn't work out as expected, so management dropped them down the ladder. Tamina was then involved in a comedy program with Santino Marella, but that has been dropped as well. WWE might now believe that it's time to cut the chord.
She's been given limited ring time in WWE, so it's hard to really gauge whether or not she's qualified to wrestle in the Knockouts division.
Tiffany was sent home by management after a domestic violence incident at a hotel room with her husband Drew McIntyre. The incident took place after the pair were at the Playboy mansion for a party. Since WWE does not tolerate bad publicity, they decided that it would be best if she was kept away from the product. Charges against Tiffany were dropped, but management still has not decided to bring her back. Since McIntyre doesn't have a lot of stroke in the company anyways, they may feel that it's best to give her roster spot to someone else.
TNA may have interest in her as an on screen character as she did well in the role of ECW GM. However, Dixie Carter and company prefer to have more female performers to be able to wrestle as well.
Management simply does not view Rosa as a star. She has never held the title, and more than likely never will. The last time that management really gave her a storyline was when she was managing Zack Ryder and when she was trying to join up with Michelle & Layla. Other than that, she's sparingly used. That's not a good sign, especially when WWE is looking to free up roster spots.
Very little chance of her getting signed by TNA if WWE releases her.