In the subpar Divas division of today's WWE, two young women have teamed up in order to bring respect, legitimacy and class back to the WWE Divas. And those two women are "The Glamazon" Beth Phoenix, and third-generation Diva, and daughter to "The Anvil" Jim Neidhart, Natalya.
These two are, without doubt, two of the best wrestlers in the WWE—male or female. Both of the beautiful ladies have spent many years honing their craft so that they could earn the awesome honor of being called a WWE Diva.
Fast-forward to today and the Divas division is nowhere near where it used to be. Many of the women there are former models with no formal training. And even the ones who have been trying hard to improve are nowhere near the levels of Phoenix and Natalya.
And yet somehow, Natalya has only held one Divas Championship and Phoenix has yet to win the title! How is it that the two best Divas in the company have had so little (or no) opportunities to hold the "Butterfly Belt"?
Apparently, the two of them wondered the same thing and thus, the Divas of Doom were born. On the 08/01/2011 edition of Monday Night Raw, Beth Phoenix proceeded to boldly declare that the days of the perky little bimbos were over. On the 08/05/2011 edition of Friday Night Smackdown, Natalya would dismantle one of the newest Divas AJ (who actually has more training than most of the other Divas, being a former tag champion in Women Uncensored Wrestling).
Despite their claims to bring talent and class back to the Divas division, the Divas of Doom have been on a losing streak with Phoenix losing to Kelly Kelly in two straight PPVs and Natalya losing to Eve via roll-up.
Maybe the Divas of Doom need some extra firepower to help them accomplish their goal. And what symbolizes firepower more than a bad*** rocker with long red hair, a pretty sweet tattoo and four Women's Title reigns? Answer: Nothing.
Could Lita (real name Amy Dumas) be the key to the success of the Divas of Doom?
Yes, Lita could be the one to bring back the proper respect that the Divas division is due.