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Re: Anyone else tired of WWE exaggerating their "women's revolution"?

They promote their female stars on Raw like Sasha and Charlotte as a big deal at least.

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Re: Anyone else tired of WWE exaggerating their "women's revolution"?

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Ok? so is Charlotte she has been the highlight of RAW for atleast 4 months imo.[/QUOTE/]
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Huh? I agree that Jericho has been a highlight too but we are not talking about him we are talking about KO.

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Re: Anyone else tired of WWE exaggerating their "women's revolution"?

I'm fine with the Women's Revolution angle, in theory, because it's addressing things fans of women wrestling like myself have been saying for some time.

The execution has been rough. I'm glad the ladies got to main event a PPV and I'm glad it was in hell in a cell, but it just wasn't a good match to me -- it's an example of something historic and potentially important, but not actually good.

There are some other things that are holding the angle back in my mind are the lines "... no more bra and panty matches!" (as uttered by Sasha Banks) and the character of Nikki Bella.

If John Cena is correct and the target audience is between 6-10 years old, that means the target viewer wasn't alive when was the last bra and panty match took place, and the end of the B&P match type sure didn't have to do with Stephanie McMahon or Sasha Banks.

Also, as OSW points out, having the character of Nikki Bella without any notable changes makes the women's revolution feel incomplete, because she is literally the posterchild of the Diva division. I like Nikki, but it just feels odd to me having this Diva-ass wrestler who doesn't seem effected or really involved in the women's revolution in any way that I can think of atm.




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Re: Anyone else tired of WWE exaggerating their "women's revolution"?

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Huh? I agree that Jericho has been a highlight too but we are not talking about him we are talking about KO.
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Re: Anyone else tired of WWE exaggerating their "women's revolution"?

Raw's Women's Division is awful to watch. They called up Bayley to be a jobber. They called up Nia Jax and she sucks. Sasha and Charlotte has been done more times that Cena and Orton or at least seems like it. They have no idea what they are doing other than:

1) Mention "history"
2) Sasha wins on Raw
3) Charlotte wins at PPVs
4) Rinse, repeat and so on

I also hate the fact that Stephanie McMahon far whored herself as a latch-on to this Divas Revolution because WWE couldn't get Ronda Rousey to do a match. Well and now that Rousey lost and hasn't fought in a year the luster would be gone for that anyways.

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Re: Anyone else tired of WWE exaggerating their "women's revolution"?

It's the most sickening marketing ploy since milking Eddie's death for a storyline, to be blunt.
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Re: Anyone else tired of WWE exaggerating their "women's revolution"?

Fuck womens revolution.

Fuck sasha, fuck baylay, fuck charlotte, fuck every single one of them skinny ugly bitches on raw.

Walking around acting like they're the shit! Watching them make me wanna go take a huge shit, that's how shit they fucking are!

Get their ugly asses out of TV, give em 2 minute bathroom break matches because that's what they truly deserve nothing more than that!

UFC has Conor McGregor and WWE is shoving down Charlotte and Sasha down our throat! Seriously WTF is this shit? I grow up watching Hunter and Batista rip each other apart inside HIAC, we've gone from that to fkin sasha and charlotte main eventing HIAC! Seriously this garbage needs to stop! Womens revolution my ass.
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Re: Anyone else tired of WWE exaggerating their "women's revolution"?

I hate that WWE exaggerate EVERYTHING. They have the subtly of a pneumatic drill with hammers tied to it.

Also Charlotte is awesome. Bow down to your queen peasant.
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Re: Anyone else tired of WWE exaggerating their "women's revolution"?

Is it good for the women? It's showing everyone that they're just doing this to look PC and nothing to do with the talent themselves, whereas the UFC just let the women go out and kill each other and sell themselves. There isn't a Feminist element behind it at all, whereas this stupid 'women's revolution' does.
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Re: Anyone else tired of WWE exaggerating their "women's revolution"?

I'm more tired of Stephanie constantly coming out and claiming to be the 'face' and 'motivator' and the genius behind the "Women's Revolution".


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