When you’re trying to make a point about WWE with passion as a fan and then people come at you with “you know it’s scripted” or “you know it’s all fake” and blah blah blah. WE KNOW!! We know it’s all fake and scripted but that doesn’t mean we fans can’t talk about what happens on the show with passion. That’s literally the whole point of being a FAN. Everyone else does it with every other show on tv, so why is WWE and any other wrestling show considered an exception? It’s stupid really.
Imagine if WWE did all of these matches at WrestleMania. Using the women from the past, present, and future. It’s more than one match. One of them would probably be on the kickoff show ( Team Nikki vs Team Maryse). And these women could help keep the Women’s Revolution growing…
(Shoutout to @flairtrash on twitter with this amazing idea)
I know that WWE likes to credit The Four Horsewomen for the Women’s Revolution… and sometimes you’ll hear it from Stephanie McMahon and the Bellas that they started it too… but all reality, it was AJ Lee, Paige, Emma, and Kaitlyn. But AJ Lee and Paige more so than anyone. They were different and gifted. Like X-Men I guess…. I love the Four Horsewomen, I really do… but had it not been for AJ Lee pushing limits, “shattering glass ceilings, breaking down doors” and being one of the most over talents both as a face and a heel on the main roster, the other women to follow her would not have seen the “revolution.” AJ Lee was a spark and a flame at the same time, while everything else would be the flame and the Four Horsewomen just burn exceptionally brightly especially because the women’s revolution was coined during their transition to the main roster. AJ also summed up the women’s division beautifully in her shoot promo on Total Bellas back in the summer of 2013. The women’s/divas division was shit for years and she was the hope and shining star that was needed to change things. She called it out and it showed that things were going to change.