The WWE has a bad habit of giving up on its wrestlers or cutting ties with them too soon.
It's true for the men, and it's true for the women, too.
For some reason or another, the WWE often decides to let a Diva go when the company would have been much better off giving her another chance or at least sending her back down to developmental.
That's especially true when you realize how thin the Divas division is and how much it would help the WWE to have more women who can make an impact on the main roster.
So, let's take a look at the women the WWE shouldn't have released, but did.
Here are 10 women who were future endeavored far too soon.