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IMO they did a lot when it came to giving more focus on WWE's female talents. Their rise to power began back in 2012 when they started to gain more pull backstage even though Vince McMahon had the final say. IMO they were the ones to allow the women to compete in the Royal Rumble, the Elimination Chamber match, the Hell in a Cell match, the Money in the Bank ladder match, the TLC match and other stipulations that were previously reserved for men. IMO they were also the ones who eliminated sexualized matches such as pillow fights, stripping matches, costume matches and other fanservice matches and wanted the women to be seen as equals to the men.
 

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Both Triple HGH and Stephanie are the main reasons why WWE started to build out the women's division and take women's wrestling seriously. They got only daughters and one of them has already professed wanting to become a professional wrestler. Had they had only sons like Shane McMahon, there would be no "women's evolution".
 

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I mean you have to give credit where credit is due. If it wasn't for Triple H showcasing the likes of Paige Vs Emma, and the Four Horsewomen, and giving female wrestlers a platform to show their stuff in the ring, then we might not have gotten a Women's Evolution. The great female wrestling matches began in NXT.
 

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Stephanie invented women's wrestling.

The basically jumped on the UFC bandwagon and showcase female stars but unlike UFC who just let the women go out there and do their stuff without all the feminist bullshit, the WWE used it as a platform to show how 'progressive' they are and shove the feminist bullshit down everyone's throats.

In their world Women have 'evolved' like some lamebrain Pokemon.
 

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HHH gets a tiny credit for giving women wrestling a chance on a WWE platform to prove there is a market for it to Vince. Stephanie deserve some but much lesser credit than HHH for going all-in on promoting women's wrestling after everyone else got the ball rolling while she did nothing and might have even be an obstacle to it.
 

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Sorry but Steph never did anything for women like Maria said until the likes of Ronda Rousey started to get mainstream attention for women's sports.
 
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