Flash back to the beginning the year is 2015 and the "Women's Revolution" has begun in WWE or at least on the main roster. One announcement from Stephanie McMahon changed the perception of women in WWE with the introduction of Charlotte, Sasha Banks, and Becky Lynch to the main roster. Since then these three women have helped changed the perception of how women are viewed in the WWE and show that women can sell tickets just as well as the men. Bayley & Alexa Bliss arrived later on, but helped just as well aside from some bumps in the road.
It is hard to put into words the amount of talent that WWE has had and still has within the ranks of the women's division. Look at Impact where a number of former WWE stars have ended up or AEW with Ruby Soho, WWE had depth and let go. But potential only goes so far and WWE doesn't always recognize potential until it's to late. Drew McIntyre is the exact example of this someone who was lost in the shuffle and didn't find his way until he left the big company. Take a look at what Deonna Purrazzo has accomplish since leaving WWE and arriving in Impact Wrestling. For the better part of a year Deonna carried the Knockouts Division on her back and proved not just that she had potential, but that she is one of the best women's wrestlers in wrestling today.
Recently, both Charlotte and Becky have begun feuding with unproven names specifically Toni Storm and Liv Morgan respectively. From the outside looking in it appears that Liv and Becky's rivalry is a bit more intense. However, as I've mentioned countless times WWE needs to find stability next year and change the perception of the company and it starts with the good long term decisions. Almost seven years ago WWE made the decision to invest in Becky Lynch, Charlotte, and Sasha Banks now they need to do it again and invest in Liv Morgan, Toni Storm, and Raquel Gonzalez.
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