Kharma vs. the Bella Twins and 10 Rivalries We Want to See in WWE for Kharma

Carrie DunnAnalyst IIMay 4, 2011

Kharma vs. the Bella Twins and 10 Rivalries We Want to See in WWE for Kharma

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    This piece should really be entitled "The Divas I Most Want Kharma To Crush."

    Since she was signed, I've lived in hope that one day soon she'll storm in and give the ladies something to think about—an injection of in-ring ability that's been sorely needed for a very long time.

    So far she's smacked Michelle McCool and Maryse, leaving Kelly Kelly cowering in fear in the corner of the ring. Is this a hint that she's going to target the heels, not the faces?

    I hope not. All of them need a bit of Kharmic retribution.

1. Kelly Kelly

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    Start with the human Barbie doll that is Kelly Kelly.

    She did legitimately look scared of Kharma on Monday Night Raw, which is something, but after six years her ring skills haven't improved that much from the handspring and cartwheels she went in with.

    Maybe a few beatings from Kharma would help her step up her game.

2. The Bella Twins

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    More vapid than Kelly Kelly, because there are two of them to be annoyed by.

    They're there to cater to every twin fantasy any viewer has ever had, which is one thing, but their in-ring skills are so pathetic that they rely on "Twin Magic" more often than not.

    Note to the Bellas—swapping places with someone who looks just like you isn't magic. Kharma will teach them a lesson.

3. Eve Torres

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    A lovely lady, I'm sure, but a bland and boring ex-champion. Crush her too.

4. Beth Phoenix

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    Now we're cooking. With Phoenix on Raw and Kharma debuting on Raw, the likelihood seems to be that they'll be on the same show. And they could actually put on some decent matches.

    No doubt Phoenix has been secure in the knowledge that she's pretty much the strongest Diva in the division for the past however many years. Kharma will test that. It's Hogan-Andre all over again.

5. Natalya

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    Same applies if Kharma goes to SmackDown. Some proper matches with Natty should ensue.

6. Michael Cole

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    I totally understand his mockery and interruption of Divas matches in general.

    But let him interrupt one that Kharma's in, then watch her go.

7. Rey Mysterio

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    Kharma's about twice his size, and they could put on a show, I think.

    He was happy to help put Cody Rhodes over; it'd be a service to the WWE to do the same for Kharma.

8. Pairing Up for an Intergender Tag Team.

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    Failing that, pair her up with Rey-Rey or someone else to form an intergender tag team.

    Whether this becomes a regular feature or not, Kharma facing off with some of the men is inevitable. And brilliant.

9. Joining One of the Men's Stables.

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    It depends where she ends up and whether any of the stables stay intact, but imagine her as an enforcer for, say, the Nexus.

    She could keep Mason Ryan under control, for starters.

10. Heaven Forbid, a Romance Angle.

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    Twitter was abuzz at the thought of a romance angle for Kharma, suggesting a comedy storyline with Santino Marella, but she's being billed too heavily as a serious threat to waste her on gimmicks.

    At least for the time being.

Conclusion: 10 Rivalries We Want to See in WWE for Kharma

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    There are my suggestions. One thing's for sure, Kharma has the power to change the face of the Divas—both metaphorically and literally. And I can't wait.

    What do you want to see in store for WWE's latest acquisition? Let me know in the comments.