WWE's Rendezvous with the Real Deal: Neglecting of Divas—Whose Fault Is It?

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WWE's Rendezvous with the Real Deal: Neglecting of Divas—Whose Fault Is It?

"WWE Divas? Why Am I even investing all my time, my money, my cable, my eyesight, my breath, my energy on such women who don't intrigue me anymore, except for when they are NOT Wrestling?" - Fan 'X', who represents the opinion of the majority when it comes to the women of wrestling.

"WWE Divas? Their inability to wrestle like the divas of the past aside, can we at least give them some credit and stop blaming them for everything?" - Fan 'Y', who represents in the minority in the aforementioned debate

The state of women in wrestling has really declined. Women are no longer perceived as athletes who could take you down if they wanted to—instead, they're perceived as models who are better off NOT wrestling.

What is my opinion on divas in wrestling? Are they still relevant enough to talk about?

Their talent aside—which I feel is underrated—I believe their relevance as WRESTLERS is diminishing.

So, in this article, along with woman's wrestling enthusiast  Mariah Hewitt, I explore the problems concerning the present state of wrestling's women. 

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