Originally Posted by Eclairal
And they need to do a real diva division with storyline and 10 minute by show. Why they should stay in a company who don't care about them
That's entirely true. But the one reason why the diva division is so neglected is that the female talent are the ones most likely to use the TV time they get to spread their image/brand and then move on to other things and WWE doesn't want that to happen. But you have seen it happen with so many former divas Stacy Keibler when she went onto Dancing with the Stars and Maria when she got onto the Celebrity Apprentice are just to examples of talent that got cut because they did something outside of the WWE because they had gotten popular, even if the WWE won't give that as the official reason.
Obviously writing is a major issue, but being in a bad storyline is better than no storyline. The issue that is more unforgivable (at least in my opinion) is that the WWE is preventing their talent from earning more money because they want to be the only company to capitalize on their talents. It's almost tantamount to slavery.