I like womens wrestling, but no way in hell would I ever want to see 10 womens matches. Time for her to stop taking it too far here.
Heh, let's see that....If it's just called nxt championship then what's the differentiation from the men's championship to stop a guy from competing for it?
It would be like taking the cruiserweight/lightweight name out of a championship belt which is meant for only a certain weight class to able to compete for.
Male NXT: I want a shot at the NXT titleHeh, let's see that....
They want to start something, they want "equal opportunity", okay, let's let Dijakovic or Cameron Grimes challenge Rhea in February.
It most certainly is reactionary, and the difference is WWE is doing it to tell us "we don't have to refer to the name of the belt as a ladies belt" even though it obviously is "because we feel calling it a woman's belt is lowering it's value to a patriarchal, male dominant sports entertainment", or else there wasn't anything wrong, all this time, with having 'women's' titled on that belt until someone in the office got a stick up their ass about it.People do realize UFC has done this already? Their champions are introduced in the octagon as "UFC featherweight champion" or "UFC strawweight champion" and not "UFC women's featherweight champion". And that's a legitimate sport so the claims that no real sport does this is false.
I agree with the decision and don't see the fuss or confusion over it, but as always with WWE the timing of the decision is suspect. They could have done this a long time ago if they wanted to remove gender exclusivity, but they did it in a week where Impact gave a woman the world title, AEW had their first intergender match, and Becky made a statement on it on national TV on a show controlled and produced by FOX. Even when a decision they make is the right call, it always come off as reactionary and WWE doing something in response to something someone else did and them wanting to take some of the spotlight for themselves.