This is the perfect time to be associated with the WWE, as for the first time in years, the WWE can boast of having a great strength on the roster and off the roster, in the form of the NXT talent and the CWC division. Where else could have one imagined to have talent like Chris Jericho, Samoa Joe, Austin Aries, AJ Styles, Seth Rollins, Daniel Bryan on the same roster and work for the same company.
With WWE’s long fetish for big bulky men like John Cena, the Rock, Hulk Hogan, really talented superstars like Bret the hitman Hart, Chris Benoit, Kurt Angle never really achieved the heights of professional success that one may expect.
Thanks to the success of the NXT and the recent Cruiser weight division, it is being reported by Wrestling Inc. that WWE may have its own all women’s tournament pretty soon. Although the article claims that it may happen in early 2017, we believe that it may actually culminate later than the reported dates. The WWE women’s division has the greatest roster today in terms of wrestling, with the likes of Paige, Sasha Banks, Bayley, Becky Lynch, Carmella, Alexa Bliss, Dana Brooke, Nikki Bella, Natalya and others. That’s what happened with NXT as well. After two successive seasons involving the male superstars, WWE allocated a whole series for women’s wrestling, as a part of the revolution in wrestling and changing the stereotypes of women’s wrestling.
From a business standpoint, it would make perfect sense to have the current women’s wrestling division superstars to work with former divas like Victoria, Mickie James, and Gail Kim to learn the skill and hone their acts before they are eventually pushed to the main roster. It would be a home coming of sorts for the former divas. Consider how long it took for talent houses like Samoa Joe, Austin Aries, Bobby Rhoode, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, and Kevin Owens to join the WWE.
Not just them, but consider the plethora of talent the WWE is honing to make their mark once the current superstars call it a day.
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