I've literally skipped through every women's match/promo/segment except when they were doing that mixed tag stuff with Jericho/Christian in like 2003. So I don't have a favourite because I've never watched them in all my years watching WWE. I just find the way they are presented cringeworthy...
That is a very fair point. I will say however that things are really changing. It's far from perfect but a far cry from how things were just a year and a half ago.
Sucks that the SD women's match is on the pre-show. Gotta make room for Pitbull, FloRida, a 50 year old with two moves in the "main event," a 47 year old non wrestler in the "semi main event," and 20 million crappy segments with New Day. Yuck
Q: With the title of the book, you embrace labels like crazy. But one label that I know you didn’t embrace during your WWE career is diva. Why didn’t you like the term and what do you think about the company’s decision to use “superstars” for both men and women.
A: For me, embracing words like “crazy” or “impulsive” or “tomboy” and things that have these negative connotations, I think they’re kind of placed upon people in a negative way. Embracing it is a way to break that negative stigma.
It was sort of the opposite with the word “diva.”. There was an embracing of something that was not, I think, truthful to everyone that was on the roster. There weren’t divas. I think the connotations for that just weren’t true to who our girls were. When you enter that world and you say, “This is just how the business is now, but we will be different. We will show that we have layers.” I actually have the quote in one of my speeches that I wanted to redefine the term “diva.” You can call me that, but it’s going to mean something new. I think my generation definitely did that and I’m really proud of that. To know that the girls after me have kind of taken that ball and run with it and are evolving, it warms my heart.. There’s nothing else I could have wanted more for the future than for it to be so redefined that the word was abolished.
Doesn't sound to me like someone who is shaking her fist angry at the world that other women are succeeding.