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WWE Should Raid The TNA Knockouts Division To Improve Their Divas Division

Angelina Love
Angelina Love
Jack WindhamAnalyst IDecember 6, 2010

One of my writers recently wrote about Velvet Sky heading to WWE. I'm going to take it a step further by saying that they should raid more of the Knockouts division to improve their own Divas division.

Only the blindest of WWE fans will say that the divas division is good right now. That, or they have never seen the likes of Trish Stratus, Lita and Mickie James performing.

The announcers have tried to convince us that Michelle McCool and friends are good enough, but that has fallen upon deaf ears.

The divas division needs to be improved.

Throughout history, one of the best ways to improve your roster is to take from someone else's roster. WCW did it back in the days and created the most entertaining storyline in history (original nWo). WWE did it when they plucked away WCW mid-card wrestlers and ECW wrestlers to create the successful Attitude Era.

Well, they need to do it now with the TNA Knockouts division.

Former WWE developmental wrestler Angelina Love is one of the most complete female performers in the business. She has a good character and can work matches rather well. Just like they did when they signed Gail Kim, WWE can improve their own roster while hurting TNA a little bit.

WWE has constantly been trying to find ways to draw in the Hispanic crowd. Sarita might be able to help. While she is Canadian, she did build herself quite a name while working down in Mexico for a couple of years.

Madison Rayne is one of the most underrated female performers around. She might not be a superstar, but she can certainly help out the divas division with her talents.

Nothing wrong with taking someone else's employees.

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