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post #51 of 56 (permalink) Old 11-20-2016, 02:07 PM
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I don't care if it sounds "sexist", women actually wrestling(and only wrestling) is part of the problem with today's show and a reason why they can't get over 2s. Sex sells. You had a balance with Trish, Lita and Mickie but these ladies aren't even close to that. Doesn't help when 1 of the champs looks like a dude in drag with a bunch of makeup on.

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Stop it.
-The women of NXT started a movement by showing that women if given time cud give quality matches and storylines. IE. Paige v Emma/ Nattie v. Charlotte

-The Bellas helped pushed the movement by constantly advocating and doing shoots asking change in the division and inspiring fans to get on board with the change.

-No one will admit it but Total Divas helped shape the division as it brought in a massive ton of fans who wanted to see more of their women being represented better. This was paramount in the pushing for change on social media.

-Emma/Paige/Bellas SPARKED the revolution the night they purposely decided to end the match in under 15sec as a way to protest the short unimportant matches they were getting. This caused give Divas a chance hashtag to go into overdrive.

It was THEN that Aj decided to jump on the bandwagon and say something. She was at the time the most well booked and represented woman in the company. She could have been used her influence to say SOMETHING, but didn't until everyone else did. So it irks me wen ppl try to put the whole movement on her back. No it was a join effort between the division itself and the fans of the women.
AJ's tweet started the hashtag give divas a chance it was aFTER that the awful Paige/Bellas angle began

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I like Becky Lynch's take on it. It's not something that needs be mentioned every two seconds by Foley, Stephanie, and Sasha. It should've just been a natural thing. Which is why if they had just let it play out naturally and not force it down everyone's throats, Sasha and Charlotte main eventing a PPV would've been a bigger deal.
Thats what I say with everything in this society today. Stop trying to force things upon people and let it happen organically.
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Re: Anyone else tired of WWE exaggerating their "women's revolution"?

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Stop it.
-The women of NXT started a movement by showing that women if given time cud give quality matches and storylines. IE. Paige v Emma/ Nattie v. Charlotte

-The Bellas helped pushed the movement by constantly advocating and doing shoots asking change in the division and inspiring fans to get on board with the change.

-No one will admit it but Total Divas helped shape the division as it brought in a massive ton of fans who wanted to see more of their women being represented better. This was paramount in the pushing for change on social media.

-Emma/Paige/Bellas SPARKED the revolution the night they purposely decided to end the match in under 15sec as a way to protest the short unimportant matches they were getting. This caused give Divas a chance hashtag to go into overdrive.

It was THEN that Aj decided to jump on the bandwagon and say something. She was at the time the most well booked and represented woman in the company. She could have been used her influence to say SOMETHING, but didn't until everyone else did. So it irks me wen ppl try to put the whole movement on her back. No it was a join effort between the division itself and the fans of the women.
Bullshit. There was no women's revolution until AJ Lee embarrassed Steph. That was the thing that prompted Stephanie to announce a women's revolution on Raw. AJ actually made shit happen, something the Bellas could never do because they wouldn't have the balls to rake Steph over the coals on Twitter
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Bullshit. There was no women's revolution until AJ Lee embarrassed Steph. That was the thing that prompted Stephanie to announce a women's revolution on Raw. AJ actually made shit happen, something the Bellas could never do because they wouldn't have the balls to rake Steph over the coals on Twitter
And do you honestly believe that without the massive upheaval that had already taken place AJ would have said anything? By the time Aj said something (on Feb 24, 2015) #Givedivasachance had already reached massive media outlets. It was on blogs and mainstream new sites all over. And with WWE being a public traded pg company that is VERY focused on its image, the pressure for to WWE to save face would have been too immense to ignore. Aj as I stated earlier only piled on the bandwagon at the right time. She cud have BEEN said something.
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